Hilton Tokyo Japan’s first invitation to “Burnt Ends”, one of Singapore’s most difficult restaurants to book, selected as one of the Michelin 1-star & “World’s 50 Best Restaurants”

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[Hilton Tokyo] Japan’s first invitation to “Burnt Ends”, one of the most difficult restaurants to book in Singapore, which has been selected as one of the Michelin 1-star and “World’s 50 Best
Open a limited pop-up restaurant for 3 days from February 2nd (Wednesday)
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Mr. Dave Pinto, owner chef of Burnt Ends
[January 17, 2023] Hilton Tokyo (Shinjuku Ward General Manager Roger Brantsma) 2nd floor “Metropolitan Grill” will open a Michelin 1-star restaurant for three days from February 22nd (Wednesday) to 24th (Friday). Inviting Mr. Dave Pinto, the owner chef of the modern barbecue restaurant “Burnt Ends”, which is known for being the most difficult to book in Singapore, to open Japan’s first pop-up restaurant “Burnt Ends”. @Metropolitan Grill” will open. During the period, Mr. Pinto will personally select the best ingredients in Japan and offer a chef’s menu for lunch and dinner that makes full use of the bonfire technique that is attracting attention around the world. [Image 2

Dry aged wagyu beef @Burnt Ends
Burnt Ends opened in 2013 in Singapore, a gourmet superpower that attracts gourmets from all over the world. The restaurant, which means “burnt edge”, was named one of the “World’s 10 Hottest Restaurants” at Zagat 2014, and has been listed on the “Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants” list every year since 2014. In 2017, the restaurant was ranked 10th on the ‘Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants’ list, and Mr. Pinto was also awarded the ‘Chef’s Choice Award’ by all participating chefs and influencers. In 2021, it will be ranked 34th in the “World’s 50 Best Restaurants” and 14th in the “Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants”. Burnt Ends has also held one Michelin star since 2018.
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Inside Burnt Ends
Originally from Perth, Australia, Mr. Pinto developed his own style while studying under the guidance of a world-famous charismatic chef. After starting his career at Tetsuya’s (Sydney, Australia), where Mr. Tetsuya Wakuda is the owner and chef, he went on to work at Noma (Copenhagen, Denmark), which is known as the world’s best restaurant, and “Etchebari”, led by Viktor Arginsonis, who is also known as a flame magician. Basque Country, Spain), he says he rediscovered his passion for cooking with flames.
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Smoked quail egg caviar
At “Burnt Ends@Metropolitan Grill”, which will be open for 3 days only, Mr. Pinto’s signature dishes such as “Smoked quail egg caviar”, “Beef marmalade & house pickles” and “Venison parsnip smoked and artichoke” For lunch and dinner, the ingredients that Mr. Pinto encounters in Japan are sublimated with the cherry blossom firewood and flame that are commonly used at the Metropolitan Grill. For lunch, you can enjoy a 9-dish course for ¥15,000, and for dinner, an 11-dish course for ¥23,000.
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beef, sea urchin, caviar
The drink pairing menu includes Penfolds wines, carefully selected sake, and a black lager beer originally brewed by Y.Y.G BREWING COMPANY (Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku) at Metropolitan Grill. It features a beer flavor that uses coffee, cacao nibs, and spices with cherry wood smoke.
Regarding the opening of the pop-up restaurant, Mr. Pinto said, “I am extremely excited to open the first pop-up restaurant here in Tokyo that combines the best of Japanese ingredients, outstanding
craftsmanship and our cooking style. I will.”
“Burnt Ends@Metropolitan Grill” will be limited to a limited number of people each day, and will end as soon as it is full.
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Grill Oven@Burnt Ends
Overview of “Burnt Ends @ Metropolitan Grill”
Restaurant: Metropolitan Grill (Hilton Tokyo 2F)
Period: February 22nd (Wednesday) to 24th (Friday)
Opening hours: 11:30am – 3:00pm / 5:30pm – 10:00pm
Price: [Lunch] ¥15,000 (Drink pairing + ¥7,000)
[Dinner] ¥23,000 (drink pairing + ¥10,000) *tax and service charge included
Reservations: https://tokyo.hiltonjapan.co.jp/plans/restaurants/lunch/metropolitangrill-2302 [Image 7d34287-122-f27a4484429c0541f173-6.jpg&s3=34287-122-cba5e9eb5f325ca4e67ea3a858ab7c98-1500x1123.jpg
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American Express special discount offer
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Receive a 10% discount when you make a reservation and pay with an eligible card.
Eligible Cards: Hilton Honors American Express Partner Card / Platinum Card (R) Not available with the American Express (R) Gold Card or American Express (R) Green Card that accompanies the Platinum Card (R). About Hilton Tokyo
Hilton Tokyo opened in Nagatacho on June 20, 1963 as one of the hotels of Hilton Hotels & Resorts, a hotel chain that continues to expand worldwide. The year before the Tokyo Olympics, it was born as the first foreign-affiliated hotel in Japan. Relocated to current Shinjuku subcenter on September 1, 1984. Located in a corner of Shinjuku subcenter, close to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and next to Shinjuku Chuo Park. This is a first class hotel that prides itself on its service. Guest rooms are located from the 8th floor to the 38th floor, and all 830 guest rooms, including suites, are equipped with both international and Japanese atmospheres, and all rooms are equipped with wired/wireless internet access. The hotel also includes the Japanese restaurant Juniso, the Chinese restaurant Dynasty, the Metropolitan Grill, the dining floor TSUNOHAZU with bar and lounge ZATTA, the Marble Lounge, and the English-style St. George Bar. It has 6 restaurants and bars. In addition, there is a large banquet hall that can accommodate up to 600 people for dinner and 900 people for a standing reception, a total of 21 small and medium banquet and conference rooms, a wedding chapel, a fitness center equipped with an indoor pool, a gym, a sauna, an outdoor tennis court, and an underground parking lot. It has sufficient functions as a multi-purpose hotel, such as a car park. For more information about Hilton Tokyo, please visit hiltontokyo.jp.
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About Burnt Ends
Burnt Ends opened in Singapore in 2013 by owner-chef Dave Pinto. It has gained popularity as a modern barbecue restaurant with embers. In addition to being named one of the 10 Hottest Restaurants in the World by Zagat 2014, the restaurant was ranked 10th on the 2017 Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list, and Mr. Pinto is one of the participating chefs and influencers. Received the “Chef’s Choice Award”.
In 2021, it will be ranked 34th in the “World’s 50 Best Restaurants” and 14th in the “Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants”. Burnt Ends has also been awarded 1 Michelin Star since 2018. Website: https://burntends.com.sg/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BurntEndsSG Instagram:
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