Tokyo, Japan

50Best Accolades
  • No.15 The World's 50 Best Restaurants 2024
  • No.1 Asia's 50 Best Restaurants 2024

Powerhouse British chef Daniel Calvert burst onto Tokyo’s restaurant scene after impressive stints in establishments across London, New York and Paris. Bringing modern French cuisine to Japan’s capital city, he is at the helm of Sézanne, found on the 7th floor of the city’s Four Seasons Hotel. As the name might suggest, it draws inspiration from the town of the same name in France’s Champagne district, and has a cellar full of top-of-the-range bubbles, artisanal sparklers and vintage cuvées. When it comes to food, Calvert’s offering is second to none. Sézanne boasts a seasonal menu, on which diners might expect the likes of Akkeshi oyster, rice and wild sorrel, preserved black truffle with champagne cream and a 48-month aged Comté cheese gougère (a popular dish of light-as-air choux pastry). The dining room is minimalist and immaculate, thanks to the ministrations of designer André Fu. Accents of pastel pink and blue are splashed across the cream interior, creating a relaxed and inviting atmosphere.

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1-11-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo,