Moliere is the king of the North, the package is a surprise. Good food and service, and the price is pro-people. As a long-established Michelin 3-star meal in Hokkaido, Moliere is definitely worth eating. If you are a couple, you should choose here more, and maybe there are small surprises.
The French restaurant in Sapporo, the bread inside is very good, and it is also a Michelin restaurant, the French black tea inside is very good, the French soup is also available, the service is better than France.
There are many Japanese chefs who have worked in good European companies, so they brought European-style cuisine to Japan. Mliere restaurant is one of this type of restaurant, it has the title of three Michelin stars, many places live up to this reputation. It was great that night. There were three packages to choose from. Although not cheap, we found that the price is reasonable for such a place. The menu is based on typical French dishes and fused with Japanese dishes. Simply put, everything is great, whether it is presentation form, texture, taste, and taste. The staff is very friendly and speaks English very well. For those of us who are good drinkers, it gives us the opportunity to taste different Hokkaido local wines-great. This is a great night, if we go to Sapporo again, we will definitely visit here again.
Sapporo Moliere is a French restaurant with three Michelin stars twice. The Japanese chef has studied in France for 20 years. The name of the restaurant is to commemorate the French writer Moliere. Last year I wanted to eat and I didn’t book it. This time it’s a worthwhile trip. The shiitake mushroom for the appetizer, the warm salad that tests the skill of the chef, and the sauce of the main dish Ray fin are all amazing. The last dessert opened me up. The new door of dessert, milk ice cream with olive oil and black pepper, can only be said to be amazing. Although the restaurant is on the first floor of a residential building, the decoration is exquisite and the service is very good. It will explain the origin, method and eating method of each dish in detail. After eating 9 dishes, it takes 2 and a half hours for three people. I agree that it's worth it.
Three Michelin stars in Sapporo, which is also the shop of Nakado Hiroshi, told the lobby manager Mr. Kazuchi that he went to Biei to pick fruit a few days ago, and the other party expressed his gratitude. When I went there was a lot of snow and wind, but fortunately, an airbnb host sent it. Our shop is quite popular. Although you can walkin, it’s best to book in advance. Pu said that he had been to Shanghai 23 years ago, and he couldn’t speak Chinese. He learned a few words on the boat from Yokohama to China, and then traveled 3 in China. Yue (I couldn't help thinking of Mr. Butler from legalhigh...) At that time, Shanghai was all construction of subways. I said that it is still under construction now~~Hahaha~~~ Do you want him to come to Shanghai by the way? The ingredients used here are mostly local products. This is the Hokkaido-origin ingredients that the Hokkaido-born Nakamichi Hiroshi chef is obsessed with. This three-star and one-star Asperuji in Biei are also ingredients in Biei. In addition to these two restaurants, he is also a restaurant consultant for the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo. I am impressed with too many dishes. The set meal I ordered is equivalent to 3 main dishes, foie gras + fish + beef. It's really cost-effective. Dinner is not expensive, and the price is very reasonable. No, the delicious sorbet between the dishes and the eggplant in the final dessert is so exciting. Pudi asked us, guess what is that, and he barely pronounced: Eggplant is true. For dessert, eggplant is used. It seems that the Michelin shop's high-level wine can't taste the taste of eggplant after being cooked. It is really a shop that cows would like to visit again if they have a chance. . . I also hope that Mr. Pu Di will have a chance to come to Shanghai again~~