Tokyo, Good Eats and French Car Tires
The Twin Doctors Travel Bag briefly explores the tradition and heritage of Tokyo’s bustling Culinary scene
The Twin Doctors Travel Bag
As the famous chef Paul Prudhomme once so rightly stated, “you don’t need a silver fork to eat good food.” Unfortunately, while good old Paul told us what we did not need to eat good food, he failed to tell us what we did need to eat good food. And so it may come as a bit of a surprise to many of you to learn that all you really need to eat good food is an appetite for adventure, a valid passport and a plane ticket to Tokyo Japan. Did you know that the city of Tokyo has more “Michelin Star” restaurants than New York City? Did you also know that the city of Tokyo has more “Michelin Star” restaurants than do the reputed “Culinary Meccas” of London and Paris combined? That’s right folks, Tokyo Japan. If you are like I once was, the phrase “fine dining” probably doesn’t conjure up images of Tokyo. But after reading this blog, I hope that the phrase “fine dining” will conjure up images of Tokyo, good eats and French car tires.