|Food type||Japanese cuisine|
|Street address||1st floor Ark Hills South Tower, 1-4-5 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo|
Sushi Saito, owned by chef Takashi Saito, is located at First Floor Ark Hills south Tower, 1-4-5 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, after moving in February, 2014. The restaurant seats eight people. Because of the limited seating and popularity of the restaurant, reservations have been described as essential.
Kelly Wetherille for CNN Travel, described Sushi Saito as a "hidden gem". She said that "tender, flavorful seafood and perfectly seasoned rice are worth every penny". Fodor's travel guide described the food there as being "the freshest sushi available in the world". Chef Joël Robuchon, who holds the most Michelin stars in the world of any chef, once described Sushi Saito as "the best sushi restaurant in the world".
The restaurant gained a third Michelin star on the 2009 list, having previously held two. Takashi Saito said he was "very happy" at the news. Former Michelin Guide Directeur Général Jean-Luc Naret said that he "wanted to make this place my own". In the Asia-only version of The World's 50 Best Restaurants by Restaurant magazine, Sushi Saito was ranked 39th in 2013.
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