SÉZANNE at Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi Takes Top Honours in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024

Capping off an exceptional month of culinary accolades at several original-concept restaurants, Four Seasons celebrates leading recognition in the 2024 Michelin Guides for France as well as Hong Kong and Macau

April 1, 2024,
Toronto, Canada

SÉZANNE, the esteemed French culinary gem nestled within Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi, has clinched the #1 position in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, also earning the distinguished title of Best Restaurant in Japan for 2024. Guided by the visionary expertise of Chef Daniel Calvert, SÉZANNE, which also holds a two Michelin star rating, has swiftly ascended to prominence as a culinary powerhouse in Tokyo, achieving this remarkable feat in just three years amid the city's bustling gastronomic landscape.

Also making the list is Caprice, the culinary masterpiece at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, which secured the #32 spot on the prestigious list. Under the leadership of celebrated Chef Guillaume Galliot, Caprice, which also holds three Michelin stars, presents an exceptional union of French flavours seamlessly blended with global culinary influences.

“This well-deserved collective acknowledgment is the product of the incredibly talented craftspeople within our portfolio and is a true testament to our commitment to culinary excellence,” says Philipp Blaser, Senior Vice President, Food and Beverage, Four Seasons. “These category-defining restaurants are culinary institutions that drive the industry conversation around tradition, modernity, and sustainability. This recognition is the product of the incredibly talented and dedicated craftspeople within our portfolio, who create unforgettable dining experiences for our guests.”

This most recent recognition caps off a stellar month of culinary accolades for Four Seasons, which also included recognition in the Michelin Guide 2024 announcements in Hong Kong | Macau, and France, where Four Seasons expanded the brand’s constellation of stars to 34 across 25 restaurants in 20 hotels and resorts globally.

In France, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, now holds an impressive six Michelin stars and one Green Star. The renowned Le Cinq and Le George maintained their three and one Michelin stars respectively, with Le George also retaining a Green Star. L'Orangerie earned a well-deserved second Michelin star. Other French establishments recognized include La Dame de Pic - Le 1920 at Four Seasons Hotel Megève and Le Cap at Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel, each retaining one Michelin star. 

In Hong Kong | Macau, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong reclaimed its eight Michelin stars status. Caprice continued to shine with three Michelin stars for the 6th year running, while Lung King Heen received two Michelin stars and Noi earned a well-deserved second Michelin star. Sushi Saito maintains its one Michelin star. At Four Seasons Macao Cotai Strip, Zi Yat Heen retained its Michelin star.

These achievements underscore the commitment of Four Seasons to culinary excellence, with 600+ unique restaurants, bars and lounges within 129 hotels in 47 countries.  To discover more world-class dining experiences at Four Seasons hotels and resorts around the world click here.


Sarah Tuite
Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications and Public Relations
1165 Leslie Street
Toronto, Ontario M3C 2K8