IHG Hotels in Japan earn record fourth Michelin Star

A Monitor Report 07 Dec, 2017 | 127 Views | 0 Comments
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TOKYO: The stars are shining brightly for IHG’s hotels in Japan, with the addition of a record 4th Michelin Star to its restaurant trophy cabinet.

ANA Crowne Plaza Osaka is the latest hotel in the group to earn a prestigious Michelin Star for ‘Maison Tateru Yoshino’, impressively taking the accolade in its first year of opening, and making it the first Crowne Plaza branded hotel in the world to earn a Michelin Star.

The restaurant joins InterContinental Osaka’s ‘Pierre’ restaurant, headed by IHG’s home grown Chef de Cuisine Susumu Okubo, which earned One Star for a second consecutive year, and legendary chef Pierre Gagnaire’s self-named restaurant at ANA InterContinental Tokyo, which has earned Two Michelin Stars for the seventh year in a row since it opened in 2010.

Earning a Michelin Star is no easy task, it means consistently creating innovative food, providing the highest standards of service, and being truly passionate about the guest experience. These three restaurants exemplify the best in dining experience, drawing on the latest gastronomic techniques and trends, as well as adding Chefs’ own personal flair to the food, service and ambience.