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You will find Morita-ya on the 35th floor of the Marunouchi Building, giving diners spectacular views of nearby Shinjuku. The restaurant specializes in sukiyaki (Japanese fondue). The meat is shipped in especially from Kyoto, a city known for its excellent sukiyaki, and the meat is beautifully seasoned and flavorful, retaining a tenderness and moistness. You can have shabu-shabu, wagyu steaks, and barbeque - it's a meat lover's dream. Prices are reasonable.
Occupying the top four floors of the luxurious BVLGARI Ginza Tower, home of the largest BVLGARI store in the world, Il Ristorante is exactly what you would expect from a company known worldwide for its class and elegance. Filled throughout with rich wood floors and accents, the dining room has a pleasant atmosphere that is accentuated by BVLGARI candlesticks and silverware on the tables, while the tall windows that line the walls offer an exquisite view down on to the busy Shibuya district. For a truly impressive view, however, check out their rooftop terrace, which features an Italian-style garden and lounge. The food here is equally elegant with such offerings as saffron risotto, lobster carpaccio, and other high-class Italian fares.
Fish Bank offers spectacular views from its 215-meter-high perch. Opt for a window-side table and savor a gourmet meal with a panoramic view of Tokyo Tower and Odaiba in front of you. The menu is inspired French cuisine with an emphasis on innovative seafood preparations. Contemporary elegance is reflected in both the decor and the menu, and the glittering chandeliers cast a glow across the elegant space. Ideal for a romantic evening or a special occasion dinner, Fish Bank offers a balance of fine cuisine and ambiance. Oenophiles will appreciate the 2000-strong wine list that includes a sizable by-the-glass selection. Reservations are recommended.
Pierre Gagnaire's name is enough to guarantee a successful haute cuisine restaurant; Tokyo is the latest city that he has ventured into and he already has restaurants in London, Paris and Dubai. His Tokyo restaurant is situated up high in the Ana InterContinental Hotel, giving diners a stunning view of the Tokyo skyline. The cuisine is fresh, seasonal and comprises an excellent balance between classic and experimental cooking. The menu changes monthly and for dinner, diners have a choice of two multi-course prix fixe menus. Reservations are recommended; check the website for the latest news and menu.
Located on the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt, the New York Grill offers a spectacular American dining experience. With its floor-to-ceiling windows affords spectacular views of downtown Tokyo. Massive Italian paintings, vaulted ceilings and leather cushioned chairs add to the "wow-factor." Not to be outdone, the kitchen serves a spectacular continental menu with such dishes as steak tartar, grilled veal scallopini and plenty of seafood options as well. The wine list features only California vintages. Whether it is prix fixe or a la carte, the New York Grill serves American grilled delights to Tokyo with a side of elegance.