We tend to describe cities using words like fun, exciting, or interesting. When I describe Tokyo, one of the first words that come to mind is delicious. Tokyo is a delicious city. I have been to many places around the world and as far as I can tell, when it comes to having a rich variety of high quality, mouth-watering cuisine, none come close to Tokyo. That doesn't apply to only Japanese food. The Japanese are extremely skilled at preparing a whole range of global fair from Thai to Italian. They do it with an exquisite attention to detail and flavor harmony. Tokyo is also home to many great chefs who travel from all over the world to set up shop in the bustling metropolis. One of my favorite places to eat is Le Clos Montmartre, a French bistro in the Kagurazaka area of Tokyo. It was founded by renowned French sommelier Jannic Durand. The price is fairly reasonable. The food is extremely authentic. Every morsel was a delight. My favorite is the duck, which you can see in the photo above.