The food was as good as you thought it would be. Just a little disappointed with the much-anticipated dessert, the chocolate tea, a black chocolate cake in the shape of a Chanel logo that should be more socially appropriate. However, the chef put it on a black plate and the cake was completely undetectable, a waste of money. We left with a gift of chocolate in the form of a camellia. Service was good, but not nearly as good as we experienced at the new Alanducas hotel in Mophis, Macau last year.
Beige Alain Ducasse (Tokyo Store) is located at Chanel Ginza Bdg 10F 104-0061, Ginza3-5-3, Chuo-ku, Tokyo. The restaurant is on the top floor of the Chanel Building in Ginza. We got the signature menu, and the food was as good as expected. Only a little disappointed with the highly anticipated dessert "Chocolate Camellia". This is a black chocolate cake in the shape of a flower with the Chanel logo, which should be more suitable for posting on social applications. However, the chef put it on a black plate, and the beauty of the cake is completely invisible, which is a waste. We also received a gift of camellia-shaped chocolate when we left.
The only Chanel restaurant in the world is in Ginza, Tokyo. Like their bags, it is low-key and luxurious. The lunch menu on weekdays looks like more than 500 soft girls, which is not bad.
Special like 💕, the environment is not bad!
It's really Chanel's restaurant, but personally, French food is just that...
This French restaurant in the Chanel Building in Ginza is very popular with Japanese women. Several best friends can experience a high-end French meal for 5,500 yen each, which is definitely worth the money. Chanel's design is reflected in every detail of the restaurant, with extraordinary taste. The floor-to-ceiling windows of the entire restaurant are very atmospheric. Even girls who disdain to chase famous brands and love MUJI more should have a delicious meal in such an environment. Such gourmet scenery can not only heal your mood, but also relax yourself. . Women must love themselves as long as they are alive. The deliciousness of roadside stalls and such a tall experience are equally important to us women. Is it worthwhile to come to Japan to have a French meal? I can say firmly: "It's worth it!" The spirit that Japan has shown for all the cuisines of the world for me is astounding! And they are very good at absorbing, improving, and innovating those delicacies, and then making the best products that are more suitable for their tastes. French food in Japan is French food with Japanese taste.