There's no doubt that London holds heavyweight credentials as a global city. Culinary excellence is a definite contributor to this international renown. So it's only fitting that the latest recipient of 3 Michelin stars is a sushi counter in Mayfair.
Mitsuhiro Araki moved to London from Japan in 2014, where he recreated an authentic Tokyo eating experience amidst the distinctly British grandeur of New Burlington Street. Dexters can think of no better way to sum up London's unique status as a city of opportunity.
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Mitsuhiro Araki, who moved to London three years ago to open a nine-seat recreation of a Tokyo sushi counter, has won three Michelin stars. The Araki, in New Burlington Street, Mayfair, offers a £300 set menu from a 200-year-old slab of cypress and is now one of five restaurants in the UK and Ireland with three stars. The “sushi is now simply sublime,” said Michael Ellis, international director of the Michelin guides. One tier down, Claude Bosi at Bibendum, which resides — poetically — inside the Michelin House, London, was the only restaurant this year to gain two stars. In this year’s edition, there are just 20 restaurants in possession of two stars.