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[Four Seasons Hotel Marunouchi Tokyo] “SEZANNE” Receives 2 Michelin Stars
In the “Michelin Guide Tokyo 2023” announced on Tuesday, November 15, 2022, the signature French restaurant of Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, general manager: Charles Fisher). “SEZANNE” received two stars.
The signature dishes by executive chef Daniel Calvert fascinated the investigators of the Michelin Guide, raising the rating from “1 star” in 2021 to “2 stars” in 2022.
“It’s a great honor for a new restaurant like ours. Together with the team, we are very happy that we received a higher rating this year,” commented Daniel. “We would like to thank our customers and business partners for their irreplaceable support. We will continue to strive to provide exceptional dining experiences.”
The general manager, Charles Fisher, also expressed his joy. “To be selected as one of Tokyo’s most carefully selected gastronomy is an absolute honor. On behalf of the hotel, I would like to thank the entire SEZANNE team and the Michelin Guide Tokyo.”
About Executive Chef Daniel Calvert
Born in England in 1988. Entered the culinary world at the age of 16. After working at London’s “The Ivy” and “L’Autre Pied,” he became the youngest sous chef at New York’s 3-star restaurant “Per Se.” After that, he worked at the 3-star restaurant “Epicure at Le Bristol (main dining at Hotel Le Bristol Paris)” in Paris, and in 2016 became the chef of “Belon” in Hong Kong. Ranked 4th in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants in 2020 and awarded 1 Michelin star. In July 2021, he became the chef of “SEZANNE”. Having worked in some of the world’s leading gastronomic cities, Daniel is an open-minded chef who is open-minded to different cultures and able to actively work with a variety of ingredients. https://press.fourseasons.com/tokyo/hotel-team/daniel-calvert-2.html the best gastronomic experience
“SEZANNE” is an urban yet dynamic food experience and heartfelt hospitality. [Image 3
We welcome you. Bold, delicate, and light French cuisine by executive chef Daniel Calvert is complemented by beautiful and diverse desserts created by the pastry team. Dishes made with seasonal ingredients sourced from all over Japan are complemented by an attractive selection of champagne and a wine list curated by sommelier Nobuhide Otsuka. “SEZANNE” has been awarded 1 Michelin star in just half a year since its opening in July 2021, and will be ranked 82nd in World’s 50 Best Restaurants and Asia’s 50 Best in 2022.
Ranked 17th in Restaurant. Designed by Hong Kong’s leading architect Andre Fu, the luxurious and relaxing space includes the “Salon” where you can enjoy an aperitif while gazing out at the cityscape. Comprised of three different elements of the private room “Chef’s Table” where you can feel the skill up close, we promise the best gastronomic experience.
https://www.fourseasons.com/jp/tokyo/dining/restaurants/sezanne/ About Four Seasons Hotel Marunouchi Tokyo
Four Seasons Hotel Marunouchi Tokyo opened in October 2002 as a 57-room small luxury hotel in a convenient location just a 3-minute walk from the Yaesu South Exit of Tokyo Station. Our 57 guest rooms, including nine suites, are bright and airy with floor-to-ceiling windows providing plenty of natural light. Overlooking Tokyo Station, two restaurants, SEZANNE and MAISON MARUNOUCHI, on the 7th floor, use seasonal ingredients from all over Japan to create delicate and light dishes by Executive Chef Daniel Calvert. You can also enjoy unique cocktails, champagnes, canapés and snacks in the bar lounge. In addition, we have a full range of facilities such as a 24-hour fitness gym, spa with radium-containing mineral hot springs, and private rooms that can be used for various purposes such as seminars and parties. A small luxury urban retreat where you’ll be welcomed with Four Seasons signature friendly, personalized service.
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