Michelin 1-star contemporary French restaurant with Japanese ingredients
The French restaurant "Pierre" opened in 2013 on the 20th floor of the "Intercontinental Hotel Osaka" connected to Osaka Station. It has earned Michelin 1-star in gourmet guides.
At the helm of this first-class hotel, dining space is Head Chef Susumu Okubo, who was trained in famous restaurants led by Michelin 3-star chefs like "Beige Alain Ducasse Tokyo" and Pierre Gagnaire's. Digesting what he learned from the masters, Chef Okubo weaves seasonally rich Japanese ingredients together with French techniques to create his own unique brand of contemporary French cuisine. The chef's signature Kagawa olive wagyu beef dish is a definite must-try. An assortment of around 400 bottled champagne and wine are available to enhance the taste of the food. The restaurant always has 20 different wines available to enjoy by the glass as well.
The interior of "Pierre" design is an exquisite combination of glass and natural materials like stone and wood, expressing the Japanese aesthetic in a modern way. The Osaka cityscape stretches out before huge window panes that reach the ceiling. The 6 counter seats facing the glass-partitioned open kitchen offer a lively dining experience, and the large, luxurious space is centered around tables for 2-6 people in addition to a private room (for up to 12 people). We recommend it for special occasions, dates, and important business entertaining, especially on clear days. This dignified space befitting a hotel restaurant and its visually pleasing, creative dishes are an experience that should not be missed by foreign guests, gourmets, or anyone looking for a special dining experience.
A 5-minute walk from Osaka Station(JR Tokaido Line)
A 5-minute walk from Osaka Station(JR Osaka Kanjo Line)
A 5-minute walk from Umeda Station(Hankyu Kobe Line)
A 5-minute walk from Umeda Station(Hankyu Kyoto Line)
A 5-minute walk from Umeda Station(Osaka Municipal Subway Midosuji Line)