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If you are in Yokohama and want to eat good French food but do not want the cold formality of most French restaurants in the city, Check out Brasserie T's. You will not be disappointed. Brasserie T's serves French cuisine on par with the top French restaurants in a relaxed family-like setting. The deep-fried minced shrimp and avocado and shellfish cutlet served with tartar sauce is recommended.
Sirius is a restaurant located on a rooftop, a lounge on the 70th floor of the Royal Park Hotel with a 360 degree view overlooking the city. Sirius serves French cuisine, an ideal spot for a romantic dinner date. The ambiance is very cozy and comfortable, with jazz music, making it a very peaceful spot to dine. Sirius serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks. The food style here is mostly western, seafood and beef dishes are highly recommended at Sirius. Sirius offers lavish service to its customers, making the experience a memorable one.
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.
Located in the residential bluff area of Yamate, the restaurant looks like a Victorian-Meiji house. The glassware is etched with the gaslight symbol of Yokohama, as are the royal blue and white serving plates. The view overlooks the Yokohama Foreign General Cemetery and Minato Mirai. Glimpses of Mount Fuji, while not frequent, are spectacular. The ground level is a tea and coffee lounge, while the second floor is an excellent French restaurant, popular since it opened in 1967.
Located on the third floor of the luxurious Pan Pacific Hotel, this excellent French restaurant is a nice escape from shopping in the Queen's City mall. The decor is an imaginative French garden style replete with attractive white gates, bushes and hedges to achieve some privacy for individual dining groups. The restaurant seats 90 people.
Aficionados of good French food in an elegant room together with candles, mirrors, upholstered chairs, waiters in tuxedos and covered serving dishes, will not be disappointed with the Azur. Located on the second floor of the Yokohama Grand-Intercontinental Hotel (the sail-shaped hotel at Minato Mirai), Azur has 16 tables of which 12 are round. Gray tablecloths and gray napkins combined with chandeliers and lavish fabric wallpapering puts you in the center of opulence. There is also a private room which seats 12.