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Hyatt To Open Le Pristine Tokyo In Hotel Toranomon Hills

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Hyatt To Open Le Pristine Tokyo In Hotel Toranomon Hills

Le Pristine Tokyo

Michelin-starred chef Sergio Herman leads the new restaurant

Hyatt and Sergio Herman Group have  announced a groundbreaking collaboration to launch Le Pristine Tokyo, an immersive, casual fine dining restaurant and cafe helmed by Michelin-starred Sergio Herman in winter 2023.Le Pristine Tokyo

A New Beginning

Le Pristine Tokyo will mark the Asian debut of the acclaimed Dutch chef-entrepreneur and will serve contemporary European cuisine with a cosmopolitan flair using thoughtfully sourced produce from Zeeland in the Netherlands and seasonal Japanese ingredients.

Moreover, located on the street level of Toranomon Hills Station Tower and part of the new Hotel Toranomon Hills, Le Pristine Tokyo will elevate the dining scene in the city’s newest business hub. In addition to Le Pristine Tokyo, Sergio Herman also oversees the entire hotel’s food and beverage offerings, including breakfast and in-room dining.Le Pristine Tokyo

Paying Homage To The Original

The original Le Pristine opened in 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium and was awarded a Michelin star in its first year of operations, which it has continued to retain. Le Pristine Tokyo invites diners to partake in a sophisticated celebration of life and creativity expressed through food, fashion, design, art and music.

The immersive experience will bring together Sergio Herman’s exceptional eye for detail and steadfast commitment to the highest quality of gastronomy and hospitality while paying tribute to his Dutch heritage.Le Pristine Tokyo

Stylish And Contemporary

On top of that, the restaurant’s interiors are designef by the internationally renowned Space Copenhagen from Denmark. The design studio also designed the original Le Pristine in Antwerp and the comfortable, stylish spaces of Hotel Toranomon Hills.

The interiors of the restaurant are accentuated by striking art and objets d’art by Dutch artists such as Maarten Baas, Rinus van de Velde and Rotganzen. Food at the casual fine-dining restaurant and café will be carefully served on wabi-sabi inspired “INKU” tableware by Serax from Belgium and designed by Sergio Herman.Le Pristine Tokyo

The restaurant will deliver a contemporary spin on European classics, blending Japanese ingredients with produce from Zeeland, the coastal Southwest province of the Netherlands facing the North Sea. Zeeland is the largest farming region in the country with rich soils, ample sunshine, pristine waters and sea-washed riverbanks, and is known for producing some of Europe’s most succulent crustaceans.

More information can be found on the Official Le Pristine Tokyo Website.


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