Michelin-starred Romance on Valentine’s Day: A Tokyo Love Story
Michelin restaurants are prestigious restaurants in the world, known for its excellent dishes and superb service. These restaurants are not only ideal places of gastronomy, but also symbols of chefs' commitment to excellence. Michelin restaurants originated in France and were originally created by the Michelin tire company. The restaurant's rating was marked by stars, initially with one star indicating "worth a try", later increased to two stars and three stars.
One Valentine’s Day, a VERTU customer in Japan wanted to treat his girlfriend to a romantic dinner in one of Tokyo’s Michelin-starred restaurants. There was just one problem — it seemed that every high-end restaurant in the city was booked out. Which meant that it was time for VERTU to rescue.