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Yamazato, another of Hotel Okura's restaurants, offers two distinct kinds of dining; slip into one of the secluded booths and enjoy the a la carte menu. Or diners can sit at the counter and watch the chefs and they expertly prepare fresh tempura. There are also private function rooms available, perfect for business or small parties, and there is a good selection of sake available.
Hailed by many for its delicious tonkatsu, or deep fried pork, Maisen is an affordable restaurant with quality food. Most of the menus are fixed, where the tonkatsu set consists of fried pork, cabbage, miso soup, and rice, and other options are available as well. The restaurant is located in a former bathhouse and the building still maintains much of its original charm. With its crisp yet tender tonkatsu, Maisen is a popular dining choice and there might be a wait. Luckily, there is a sandwich stand outside where hungry patrons can grab a pork sandwich.
Lawry's The Prime Rib is an upscale dining destination that specializes in premium-quality, slow-cooked ribs that have been marinated with a signature spice blend. The restaurant is a meat-eaters dream, serving five unique cuts of meat - English, Tokyo, California, Lawry, and Diamond Jim Brady. Steak lovers can choose the USDA Angus steaks while seafood enthusiasts won't be disappointed with the ocean-fresh seafood like the splurge-worthy Canadian whole lobster. The course menu features a standard and special menu at JPY2000 and JPY3000 respectively. These include the spinning bowl salad and mashed potato on the side. There are eight private rooms that can accommodate between six to 48 guests, making this an ideal business choice as well as a gourmet dining spot.