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Opened in the early 1960s, this restaurant, which specializes in Danish cuisine, has managed to remain one of the few Scandinavian restaurants in Yokohama, or Tokyo for that matter. If you have never tried Scandinavian food, you might want to try out the first floor of this establishment, which is more casual and less expensive. Those seeking the full-on experience should reserve a table in the elegant second floor dining room, an inviting candle-lit atmosphere where you can almost see Hamlet's father stalking around. Danish food is very similar to the cuisine of other Northern countries. Expect a lot of marinated fish, especially herring. Also on the menu are steak tartar, fried eel, various salads, and thick slices of rye bread. Scandinavian food is perfect with cold beer, or if you' are up for something stronger, try some aquavit. The menu can be ordered a la carte. There is also an all-you-can-eat smorgasbord for four, set at a pricey JPY9000 per person.
Located in the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, the landmark on the Yokohama waterfront was originally built in 1911, and today it provides you fine live jazz music with French cuisine. You can enjoy all types of jazz from local artists or world-class big names at one of the most romantic places in Yokohama. Tickets are available on the Internet.
Le Ciel is one of the Royal Park's nine restaurants, but its only French one. The cuisine of France is authentic here and the added spark is that the view, as far away as Shinjuku on a clear day, is unsurpassed. The main dining room has seating for 68, and the option of dining in the two private salons should not be overlooked.
Daidaiya is a Japanese restaurant located in Yokohama, facing the beautiful Yokohama Bay. Daidaiya offers a limited but the best in Japanese food with a fusion of modern cooking. It’s a great way to try Japanese food cooked in a different style. The meal and the view, makes dining a good experience. The staff and service is great and advise on what’s best on the menu. The ambiance is ideal for romantic dinners.
Known for its international food, with French being the focus, the Bay View has become a favored continental gourmet experience since its opening in 1998. This exclusive restaurant seats only 44, which means nearly everyone will have an unobstructed view of the Yokohama harbor. A nice feature is the open kitchen so that one can actually see the dishes being prepared. Customers appreciate the plush carpeting, candlelight, and recessed lighting, perfect for seeing the twinkling lights of the bay.