A small warm bistro where you can enjoy delicious food and have a great time.
In the countryside of France, family and friends gather in small bistro. Customers come and enjoy meal the restaurant prepared wholeheartedly. "Maison Michel" which is located in Shintomicho Tokyo, promises be a restaurant like that.
The owner chef Michinori Koyama was a sushi chef before he moved to France. He gained his experiences in the michelin starred restaurant and Paris "Chez Michel". After he came back to Japan, he worked in "Leau a la bouche" in Shibuya and "Mosaic" in Omotesando. In 2016, he opened his own restaurant. He wants to open a restaurant away from the hustle of the city, where customers can enjoy delicious food and enjoying the time as if they were spending their time in a friend's house. Furthermore, the reason why the restaurant is located in Tsukiji is because he "wants to be able to buy scallops in a bike". Tsukiji fish market has fresh seafood. The chef uses tasty meat and vegetables from contracted farms to provide dishes full of the taste of the earth. He hopes that his "warm" French cuisine that uses fresh Japanese ingredients will give customers the feeling that "I ate this today" and remark to their heart. The wine cellar on the wall has about 100 types of wine from France.
Imitating the space of small Auberge, the counter-seat of the open kitchen and table seats are arranged in a warm and spacious way. Please visit the restaurant with important partners and close friends. It is possible for international customers who wish to have vegetarian menu, Halal menu (please request in advance), English menu, or French speaking staffs. There is a great variety of courses for lunch and dinner.
Even though it is a small maison, it can hold up to 18 guests for private party.
For more information, please contact us here. Also, we accept any inquiries by e-mail.
■ Access to "Maison Michel"
Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line “Shintomicho Station” a 7-minute walk from Exit 7
Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line “Tsukiji Station” a 4-minute walk from Exit 3
JR Keiyo Line subway Hibiya line “Hatchobori Station” a 4-minute walk from Exit A2