Summary: A fusion of French elegance and Japanese produce.
Nestled atop the main Chanel store, Beige is a shining example of elegance, offering a blend of sophisticated French cuisine with the finest Japanese ingredients. This rooftop dining experience in the heart of Ginza is the epitome of chic, providing an environment as fashionable as the Chanel brand itself. With interiors designed by Peter Marino, the restaurant is a visual delight, complementing the culinary artistry on display. The menu showcases Alain Ducasse's vision, featuring dishes that marry simplicity with elegance, such as a summer mousse with sweet corn and tomato sherbet. Local delicacies like Sea of Japan bass, Kanagawa octopus, and Hokkaido veal are transformed into colorful creations that embody Beige's concept. Post-renovation in 2018, the restaurant also caters to vegetarians with courses that highlight Kamakura vegetables, showcasing the expertise of the kitchen. The climax of the dining experience is the 'Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse Camellia' dessert, an indulgence that crowns the luxurious time spent surrounded by Chanel's elegance.