Two Michelin stars for Gagnaire's Tokyo restaurant

Pierre Gagnaire's restaurant at ANA InterContinental Tokyo retains Michelin stars for the fifth consecutive year

Pierre Gagnaire team and management.
Pierre Gagnaire team and management.

Pierre Gagnaire’s namesake restaurant at ANA InterContinental Tokyo has retained its two Michelin-star rating for the fifth consecutive year. Gagnaire currently has 13 restaurants worldwide, including Refletts par Pierre Gagnaire at InterContinental Dubai Festival City.

ANA InterContinental Tokyo’s area general manager greater Tokyo and general manager Markus Platzer, said, “We are honoured to be awarded with two Michelin stars for five consecutive years. Since we embarked on this partnership back in 2010, Pierre Gagnaire Tokyo has helped set ANA InterContinental Tokyo as a destination for exceptional dining. We are very pleased to be continuing our collaboration with Chef Gagnaire, and I have no doubt his enduring passion and wonderful culinary team here at the hotel will continue to serve and present unforgettable experiences for our guests.”

InterContinental Hotels Group (AMEA) vice president food & beverage Phil Broad, commented, “To have been awarded a two Michelin star rating five years in a row is testament to the dedication and passion of the food and beverage team at ANA InterContinental Tokyo.

"The team has been consistently raising the bar in providing guests a memorable dining experience since the restaurant first opened its doors. We truly value our partnership with Chef Gagnaire and are pleased that his only restaurant in Japan has been awarded and maintained its Michelin stars.”

The Michelin Guide evaluates restaurants against quality of ingredients, technique and flavour, originality, cost performance and consistency.

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