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La cocina china se encuentra entre las más antiguas, populares y deliciosas del mundo, y para quienes tienen ganas de probar lo mejor de lo mejor, son pocas las opciones en Tokio mejores que Sense. El ambiente refinado y el staff eficiente colaboran para crear una experiencia inolvidable, pero lo que verdaderamente destaca es la fabulosa vista panorámica que acompaña la velada desde el piso 37 del hotel Mandarin Oriental. El restaurante ofrece menús fijos para el almuerzo y la cena, y también de dim sum. ¿Qué están esperando? El establecimiento ofrece una velada de categoría en todos los sentidos.
Get a taste of the Chinese cuisine in Peninsula Tokyo's elegant restaurant Hei Fung Terrace. Specializing in Cantonese, the food is both delicious and authentic. With three separate dining rooms within the restaurant premises, privacy during a meal is guaranteed. The Suzhou Garden theme adds to the serene ambiance of the place, making it ideal for all kinds of social engagements.
If there's one drink that goes wonderfully with French food, it's wine. This is a terrific restaurant which serves a variation of French and Japanese dishes with a selection of wines from various countries. Try their foie gras don, which consists of foie gras served over rice and sprinkled with green onions and ginger - it's a real knockout. Completing the experience is the elegant atmosphere and decor, which is distinctly French in flavor.
As the name suggests, China Blue serves authentic Chinese cuisine. As you enter this restaurant in Conrad Tokyo, you will already be spellbound by the spacious and elegant setting. Sit back in the private dining rooms to savor the breathtaking views of Hamarikyu Garden and Tokyo Bay. Chef Albert Tse cooks up delicious cuisine, including wholesome stir-fried seasonal vegetables and macadamia nuts and scrumptious Shingaporean noodles.
Ryutenmon, situated in the Tokyo Westin Hotel, is a city institution and is widely believed to serve the best Chinese food in Tokyo. They serve a high-quality version of all the classics - from the dim-sum cart at lunch to the succulent pork belly for dinner, and the restaurant draws in an anticipatory crowd most nights. For refreshment, there is a good wine list, as well as a selection of Chinese spirits and carefully chosen teas. Private rooms are available; book ahead for reservations.