Molecular Gastronomy at Mandarin Oriental
For those who have never been to Japan before, when someone mentions the island nation, many preconceived perceptions may come to mind. Stories of a land that is technologically advanced and driven filled with striking trends and exotic fare are what often come to mind. This perception is also likewise for those seasoned veterans to the Japanese scene as they, we, are able to relish in it as these are the little idiosyncrasies that makes the Japanese lifestyle so ‘unigreat!’ (Unique & Great)
For a truly elite dining experience, head to the uber trendy Mandarin Oriental Hotel Tokyo, and go to the 38th floor to the Tapas Molecular Bar. With panoramic views of the infamous Shinjuku district as well as the regal Imperial Palace, be sure to make a reservation as this place only seats eight people per dining service with only two services a day at 6 and 8:30 pm. So what makes this such a unigreat Japanese experience, it’s all in the food…
With the cuisine type specifically labeled as not Japanese, Mandarin, or French dinning but ‘molecular,’ that should be a big tell of what is in store for you. The perfect fusion of art and food, the chefs here transport you to flavor essence bliss. With a chef’s choice menu or omakase, you just need to sit back and enjoy this life impacting experience.
With good conversation of those around you and a breath taking view, this is truly an ‘ace in the hole’ for an impressive night out on the town! Located at 2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-8328, Japan. For reservations email firstname.lastname@example.org. (http://www.mandarinoriental.com/tokyo/fine-dining/tapas-molecular-bar)