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La Table de Joel Robuchon (ラ ターブル ドゥ ジョエル・ロブション)


French Cuisine

Decorated with a unified lavender theme, this restaurant also has an open and airy terrace seating area surrounded by colorful flowers and plants. Here you can enjoy both course meals and a la carte dishes as the mood suits you. The restaurant also holds popular food and wine events.


Tokyo Meguro-ku Mita 1-13-1 In Yebisu Garden Place (Ebisu / Daikanyama / JiyugaokaArea)

phone 0354241338

[Lunch (Saturday Sunday Public holiday)] 12:00-15:30 (L.O.14:00)
[Dinner] 18:00-23:30 (L.O.21:00)

Review of Joel Robuchon Restaurant Ebisu

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2020/01/30 AMAZING 3 star Michelin restaurant
Had the chance to see and taste this menu. Been to a lot of Michelin star restaurants and this is by far on the top of my list. Wine pairing can be a little more worldly then being stuck in france...
Reviewed:2019/11/17 Death of Michelin Stars
The service and food are degraded at so-called Michelin starred restaurant and Michelin rating is abused (or may be corrupted) to the full maximum possible. The service is transformed to barefaced...
Reviewed:2019/11/15 Perfect meal
I have to been to a few other 3 star Michelin restaurants, but this one takes the cake. Every course was a perfect bite. The flavors are amazing and surprising at times. The courses were well...

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Tokyo Meguro-ku Mita 1-13-1 In Yebisu Garden Place [map]
Ebisu / Daikanyama / JiyugaokaArea
[Lunch (Saturday Sunday Public holiday)] 12:00-15:30 (L.O.14:00)
[Dinner] 18:00-23:30 (L.O.21:00)
03-5424-1338/03-5424-1347 (Reception hours 11:00-21:00)

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