Brasserie Paul Bocuse Musee
Nogizaka: French
Brasserie Paul Bocuse Musee (Nogizaka: French)
Brasserie Paul Bocuse Musee
Open 11am-9pm (LO; lunch -2pm). Closed Tuesdays.
Sun: Open Sundays
decor: Notable decor
no smoking: No smoking

This stunning venture from the Hiramatsu group and the famous French chef Paul Bocuse occupies one of the most spectacular public spaces in Tokyo, inside the new national art gallery. Three-course prix-fixe lunch is Y1800; in the evening a la carte mains average around Y2700.

Nogizaka
Minato-ku, Roppongi 7-22-2, Kokuritsu Shin-Bijutsukan 3F.
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