A Nice-style French restaurant, located in an area full of greenery, is opened by a chef who won his first Michelin star in France
The restaurant is located close to the Togo Jinja, in an area away from the hustle and bustle of the Takeshita street. "KEISUKE MATSUSHIMA" is located in an area full of greenery. Mr. Keisuke Matsushima was the youngest foreigner who received Michelin star. The four-leaf clover logo is to salute to the resorts in southern France, Nice, where the main restaurant is located. His restaurant expresses nature in conscious of Japanese beauty.
Mr. Matsushima was born in Fukuoka and after he graduated from professional school, he worked in "Vincennes" in Shibuya. He moved to France at the age of 20 and opened his restaurant "Kei's Passion" in Nice at the age of 25. In 2006, he changed the restaurant name to "KEISUKE MATSUSHIMA" after he won his first star at the age of 28. He has been receiving Michelin star for 7 consecutive years. In 2009, he opened "Restaurant I" in Jingumae and received one star. The restaurant name "KEISUKE MATSUSHIMA" is same as the one in Nice, where the cuisine shares similar concept.
"Nature harmonizes with people's life.I did not forget to come back to where I came from. I want to express my love with charms." said Mr. Matsushima, who believes that "consumption of local production, consumption of seasonal ingredients". This is the kind of classic French restaurant that has the "Nice" style that brings out the best flavors in the ingredients. After awarded Michelin star, the must try signature dish that represents the restaurant is the "mille-feuille de boeuf", which is a beef mille-feuille in wasabi sauce.
Please enjoy this resort style French restaurant in the center of the city with family, friends and loved ones. And of course, this is also a great place to come with your guest.
Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line "Harajuku Station" a 10-minute walk from Exit 5
JR Yamanote Line "Harajuku Station" a 10-minute walk from Takeshita Exit