A Michelin 2-star restaurant by the Maestro of Paris, where the essence of French Cuisine is presented
Dominique Bouchet Tokyo, located in Ginza, is where you can enjoy the cuisine of the owner, Dominique Bouchet, who is the leading figure in French cuisine. As the right hand man to Joel Robuchon, Dominique has been active for many years as the head chef for famous restaurants such as the Michelin 3-star Tour d'Argent and Hotel de Cliffe.
In 2004, he opened his restaurant in the 8th district of Paris and named it Dominique Bouche. He first established a restaurant in Japan in 2013, but relocated it to Ginza-itchōme in 2015. He came to Japan on a regular-basis and gives coaching lessons. One of the chefs he taught is the young chef, Tanaka Koa, who had grown remarkably after receiving Chef Dominique's training and the restaurant was awarded Michelin 2-star. Chef Dominique continued to evolve the sensibility to his chefs. The theme of Dominique Bouchet Tokyo is based on "Heritage", where traditional French cuisine is being reconstructed for the present day. While cherishing the sauces which are the heart of French cuisine, the restaurant serves light tasting dishes which refrain from using butter and oil as much as possible. The interior of the restaurant is inspired by a Paris apartment, with a refined and calm atmosphere.
The dining room can be divided according to the number of people by way of adjustable partitions. There are also private rooms available for up to 8 people and can be used for a variety of occasions such as receptions, anniversaries, business or casual engagements. The center of the restaurant features a curved brick wine rack, stocked with mainly French wines, from Champagne to Bordeaux and Bourgogne. Pairing is also very popular. Enjoy a wonderful French cuisine in privacy.
5-minute walk from exit A13 of Ginza Station on the Tokyo Metro, 3-minute walk from exit 6 of Ginza-itchōme station on the Tokyo Metro, 3-minute walk from exit 3 of Kyobashi Station on the Tokyo Metro, 7-minute walk from the Kyobashi exit of Yurakucho Station on the Tokyo Metro