“Michelin Star” is a hallmark of fine dining quality and restaurants around the world.Michelin gives Star to restaurants that are so good, it’s worth visiting its country to eat there.
It offers excellent cuisine with a nice atmosphere and good service.
I would like to introduce you top 5 best Michelin star restaurants in Osaka.
Local tells Top 5 best Michelin restaurants in Osaka!
Koryu is a small restaurant with only 12 counter seats.
This creates a perfect intimate environment where the Michelin 3 starred chefs will prepare your Kaiseki meal right in front of your eyes, while friendly engaging in conversations.
The very friendly chefs prepare your Kaiseki dishes right before your eyes, and you should feel free to ask them questions!
The Chefs select the best of the ingredients from Osaka, Kyoto as well as other places in Japan to offer you the best of Osaka and that of Japan.
They even carefully select the water you drink from the food of the mountain nearby Osaka.
Koryu also has a vide selection of alcohols from all over Japan and the world, including local sake, shochu, wine, and champagne.
Their Kaiseki meals are around ¥16,000 to ¥25,000.
Address:Esbas Kitashinchi 23, 1F,1-5-1 Dojima,Kita-ku,Osaka
Location:5 minutes from JR Tozai-line Kitashinchi station
Open Hour: Mon-Sat 12:00〜14:30(L.O.13:00),18:00〜23:30(L.O.21:30)
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Fujiya 1935 is the world top 50 best restaurant.
They serve a seasonal menu of modern Spanish cuisine.
The restaurant’s superb selection of Italian and Spanish wines perfectly compliment the imaginative dishes.
You will be impressed with all the creative cuisine.Reservation is a must.
For further information or to make a reservation,please visit here
Location:7 minites from Subway Sakaisuji-line and Chuo-line Sakaisujihnmachi station
Open Hour: Mon-Sat 12:00～13:00,18:00～20:00
Price:PriceLunch set 7,780 yen,Dinner set 16,200 yen
Service charge :8% (lunch 6%)
Hajime is Asia’s top 50 best restaurant.
They offer modern Japanese-French cuisine.
All the dishes are very innovative and vegetable dishes are simply like a work of art.
Reservations are mandatory,but this restaurant is very popular, so it’s hard to reserve the seat.
For further information or to make reservation. please visit Voyagin:here
Address: 1-9-11 Edobori, Nishi-ku, Osaka
Location:7 minutes from Subway Yotsubashi line Higobashi station Exit 7
Open Hour: Mon-Sat 17:30〜20:30
Closed: No fixed holidays
Masuda offers an art of atmospheric traditional Japanese kaiseki cuisine in Osaka.
The head chef Yoshichika Masuda trained at Kitcho, Osaka’s best-known traditional restaurant.
You can enjoy seasonable kaiseki in a relaxed private tatami room.
Address: Plaza Bldg 2F, 1-3-12, Shinsaibashisuji, Chuo-ku, Osaka
Location:5 minutes from Subway Midosuji Line Shinsaibashi Station
Open Hour:Mon – Sat 11:30 ～14:00(L.O.13:00)Mon- Sat 18:00 ～22:00(L.O.20:00)
Closed: Sundays and Holidays
Wasabi is run by a female chef who studied cuisines from Japanese to French.
They have only two course menus, that is, ‘Pre-Fix 12 skewer (4,000 yen course)and ‘Keep serving skewers before asking to stop cooking (On average 400-500 yen per skewer).
You never know what would be going next!
Address: 1-1-17 Nanba, Chuo-ku, Osaka
Location:5 minutes from subway Midosuji-line Namba station exit 14
Open Hour: Mon-Wed, Fri-Sun 17:00～23:00(L.O.21:30)
Closed: Thursdays, late September, late December-early January
Price:Dinner set 3,980 ～12,000 yen
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