2024 Michelin Tokyo Chinese Restaurant : Koshiki Ryori Koki (1 star)

updated: June 03th, 2024

Discover the flavors of Cantonese cuisine at Koshikiryori Koki in Tokyo. Enjoy generous portions of dishes like Char siu and Crispy Chicken. Located in Nishi-Shimbashi, Minato-ku, it's a must-visit for authentic Chinese cuisine in a pleasant setting.

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    "Koshikiryori Koki" is a restaurant located in Nishi-Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo.
     It is approximately a 5-minute walk from Toranomon station and 360 meters from Toranomon Hills station.
    The restaurant has 17 seats and a visible kitchen, allowing customers to see the chef's skills up close.
     The atmosphere is pleasant, creating a comfortable space.
    At this restaurant, they serve Cantonese cuisine, which is known for its generous portions and delicious flavors.
     The standout dishes are the "Char siu" and the "Crispy Chicken".
     The Char siu is exquisite, and the Crispy Chicken has a crispy skin and juicy meat.
    The chef, Tommy, greets customers with a smile on his face.
     His enthusiastic cooking methods and gorgeous presentation are worth noting.
    The restaurant is open from 18:00 to 20:30, and it is closed on Sundays and holidays.
    According to reviews from people who have visited "Koshikiryori Koki", the food is delicious, especially the soup and salted fish fried rice recommended by Tommy.
     The pleasant atmosphere inside the restaurant, where you can see the cooking process, is also highly praised.
    Although this restaurant has only recently opened, it has already gained attention and received one Michelin star.
    "Koshikiryori Koki" captures the atmosphere of Hong Kong while also offering refined cuisine unique to Tokyo.
     It is recommended for those who want to experience the vibes of Hong Kong or enjoy authentic Chinese cuisine.


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