Reserve Florilege Michelin 1-star French Restaurant in Tokyo

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Florilege, Tokyo, is one of the classiest restaurants offering a creative combination of high end French cuisine and traditional Japanese ingredients. The restaurant is often fully booked months in advance, so be sure to use our reservation service!

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  • Reserve seats for Florilege, Tokyo
  • Savor the unique taste of finely prepared French-style dishes with a Japanese flavor
  • Be surprised by what the chef will prepare specially for you

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Florilege Tokyo

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Reviews (4)

  • K K

    Good value for money and excellent service

    Cosy atmosphere and good food, definitely will come back.

  • Chad Chad

    Innovative French Cuisine with Japanese Sensibilities

    Beautiful chef's counter overlooking an open kitchen where you can see the magic. A copy of the menu is presented in English, wine pairings are available, and some of the servers can speak English. An overall wonderful experience and fabulous and memorable meal.
    I can't wait to return!

  • Charles Charles

    Beautiful immersive dining experience

    Florilege was lovely restaurant where you can watch the kitchen from your seat. The food was beautiful and the staff were lovely. We thoroughly enjoyed this food experience.

  • Judith Judith

    Exciting, dramatic, delicious

    We were pleased that Voyagin was able to get us a reservation at Florilege. It seems to be one of the "hot" restaurants in Tokyo right now, with good reason. It's expensive but this is fine dining at its best, French technique paired with locally sourced food and Japanese tradition. There are just sixteen people around a wide counter with very comfortable seating and plenty of space, all built around the open kitchen. We could hear the oohs and ahs, mmm's and other sounds of surprise and delight from our fellow diners, though the space felt private. The food was delicious and the combinations very inventive. We were blown away by the quality of the ingredients and the graciousness of our server. I'd go back in a heartbeat, but alas, I don't live in Tokyo. Thanks Voyagin.