World Renowned Chef Pierre Gagnaire’s Restaurant at ANA InterContinental Tokyo awarded Two Michelin Stars for the Fifth Consecutive Year

Singapore, 19 December 2014: Pierre Gagnaire Tokyo at ANA InterContinental Tokyo, has once again received and retained its esteemed two Michelin-star rating in the latest Michelin Guide Tokyo for the fifth consecutive year.


ANA InterContinental Tokyo Entrance
ANA InterContinental Tokyo Entrance


Restaurants recognised in the coveted Michelin Guide are graded against quality of ingredients, technique and flavour, originality, cost performance and consistency, which are all adhered to at the contemporary French fine dining restaurant, Pierre Gagnaire Tokyo.


Markus Platzer, Area General Manager Greater Tokyo and General Manager, ANA InterContinental Tokyo said, “We are honored to be awarded with two Michelin stars for five consecutive years. Since we embarked on this partnership back in 2010, Pierre Gagnaire Tokyo has helped set ANA InterContinental Tokyo as a destination for exceptional dining. We are very pleased to be continuing our collaboration with Chef Gagnaire, and I have no doubt his enduring passion and wonderful culinary team here at the hotel will continue to serve and present unforgettable experiences for our guests.”


Chef Pierre and GM, Markus (from left)
Chef Pierre and GM, Markus

InterContinental Hotels & Resorts is committed to providing guests with luxurious and personalised authentic local experiences through the likes of internationally renowned chefs such as Pierre Gagnaire.


Phil Broad, Vice President Food & Beverage, InterContinental Hotels Group (AMEA) commented, “To have been awarded a two Michelin star rating five years in a row is testament to the dedication and passion of the food and beverage team at ANA InterContinental Tokyo. The team has been consistently raising the bar in providing guests a memorable dining experience since the restaurant first opened its doors. We truly value our partnership with Chef Gagnaire and are pleased that his only restaurant in Japan has been awarded and maintained its Michelin stars.”


One of the dishes from Pierre Gagnaire's Restaurant
One of the dishes from Pierre Gagnaire’s Restaurant

Located on the 36th floor of the luxurious ANA InterContinental Tokyo, guests will be treated to a sensorial experience with stunning views of the bustling metropolis surrounding the iconic Tokyo Tower as they enjoy the finest French cuisine made from only the freshest and best seasonal produce.


“There are now seven stars across our InterContinental properties in the region, and we continue to look forward to adding even more as we open new concepts including Jason Atherton’s first restaurant in the Middle East at InterContinental Dubai Marina and Theo Randall’s first restaurant in Bangkok,” added Broad.


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