Heichinro is one of the oldest, most well known Cantonese restaurants in Chinatown. And with seven floors to choose from, it is also one of the largest. It is known as the granddaddy of Chinatown, and its popularity makes reservations a must. The first floor is famous for its immense variety of dim sum. As with all Chinatown's best dining spots, Heichinro's prices reflect the superb quality of both its food and its service. It has a great lunch menu, which is priced a bit more economically. Heichinro is situated about a block away from the Holiday Inn Yokohama, and is about a leisurely ten-minute walk from Ishikawacho Station.
Oriental Lounge at the Mandarin Oriental hotel is a great location for those looking for an evening of leisure, good live music, and some pampering. The views of the city from the 38th-floor glass paned windows are breathtaking and is just one of the features that makes this a fine place to spend an evening. Whether you want to enjoy a delicious cocktail in the evening or have a sumptuous breakfast, the lounge has everything. Whether it is the sun-soaked city or the twinkling lights of skyline, the lounge is open from morning to night at your service. There is also a cigar cellar right near the hotel's reception desk, or for those looking for a special afternoon treat, try the afternoon tea service.
Using a minimalist but highly artistic approach to food, Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa offers a fusion of flavors that cannot be defined as solely Japanese or French, rather a brilliant blend of both. NARISAWA in Aoyama is the ideal choice for those in search of fine dining that promises to excite your senses and leave you in awe. The deceptively simple decor here belies the scrumptious meals on offer. The chef’s attention to detail culminates in seasonal cuisine dishes that combine organic and sustainable ingredients. Sample the exotic menu, which changes seasonally, and relish some of the finest Japanese wines on offer at Japan’s premier fine dining restaurant, Narisawa.
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.
Japanese dining with an exquisite blend of French cuisine is what Signature is all about. Set in a sophisticated ambiance, Signature dishes out some of the most eclectic preparations available in Tokyo, allowing diners to savor such options as foie gras accompanied by a glass of sparkling wine. Signature also has an extensive wine list, ensuring that a perfect pairing is always available to accompany the breathtaking view from the restaurant's location on the 37th floor of the striking Mandarin Oriental hotel. A great option for those looking to host a small private luncheon, the bright and open atmosphere of this Michelin Guide Tokyo-rated restaurant is just one of many features that make this a must-visit for those seeking out fine dining in Tokyo.
Chinese cuisine is amongst the most ancient, popular and delicious in the world, and for those who want to taste it at its authentic best, Sense is a must-visit. A refined atmosphere and efficient staff make the dining experience a memorable one, but what really stands out is the wonderful, panoramic view that accompanies the meal from the 37th floor of the Mandarin Oriental hotel. Set lunch, dinner and dim sum menus are available. Offering authentic cuisine with a view, this place is a great exemplar of haute cuisine.
Headed by the talented Yuki Tanaka who is hailed for his expertise in the field of Japanese cuisine, Ise Sueyoshi features authentic Japanese food which never fails to amaze and fascinate patrons. The modest yet elegant diner serves dish after dish in quick succession; this method is known as Kaiseki. Known for procuring ingredients right from the picturesque coastal town of Ise, the restaurant is a cozy space which is made even friendlier as the chef delights in interacting with his visitors as he prepares to regale them with succulent and tastefully crafted dishes reflecting the tradition and flavor of Japan.
With a focus on authentic French cuisine paired with an impressive selection of wines, Comptoir Missago features a space saturated in soft lights and an elegance which is not restricted to the appearance of just the intimate interior. Serving a variety of French dishes that are cooked to perfection, the establishment prides itself on regaling guests with food that is not just delectable but is also aesthetically pleasing. Pick from an assortment of items like seasonal shellfish dressed in wild vegetable salad, sapphire collagen risotto, and white asparagus combined with sauteed foie gras among others. Complete with pleated curtains and upholstered chairs, Comptoir Missago is quickly rising among the ranks by providing not just a magnificent smorgasbord of delights to feast on, but also friendly and efficient service aimed at maximizing the comfort of the guests.
With only two seatings of eight people per night, the word exclusive only begins to describe the experience at this unique restaurant. Located inside the highly-regarded Mandarin Oriental hotel in the Nihonbashi business district, Tapas Molecular Bar treats diners to a seasonal prix fixe menu of 20-30 small plates, each crafted with an exquisite level of detail and artistry. True to its name, the science of tasting is put on display here, where the chef employs such non-traditional implements as syringes and pipettes in the preparation of what is most certainly a meal as delicious as it is fascinating to witness. The dress code is described as "smart casual," so one need not go overboard with the dressing and just immerse themselves in the unique experience.
Located in Minato-ku, Sushisho Masa is a seven-seat restaurant that serves a prix fixe menu of sushi dishes, all crafted by the head chef and presented to you across the table. the At the helm of the brilliant Sushisho Masa is Chef Masakatsu Oka, a soft-spoken host who takes his guests through detailed information about each fish being served. While a dinner here promises to be an expensive affair, it is well worth every penny, as you are served at least 35 varieties of wonderfully flavored fish and the entire dining experience here lasts at least a couple hours. Call ahead for reservations if you wish to be one of the lucky few who wish to taste the chef's genius offerings.
Located in the neighborhood of Minamiaoyama in Minato City, Prisma is known for their delicious Italian eats. The restaurant offers a prix fixe menu that will keep you coming back for more. They also serve a selection of delicious wines that compliment well with their dishes. Patrons can take a peek into the restaurant’s open kitchen and watch their meals get prepared by the highly-trained chefs. Due to the restaurant’s popularity and limited seating capacity, patrons are requested to book their tables before visiting.
Set in Chuo City in Tokyo, Harutaka is known for their delicious sushis. Headed by the chef Harutaka Takahashi, this restaurant offers a fantastic range of sushis which are prepared with ingredients like fresh vegetables, seafood and meat. In addition to this, they also serve other dishes like soups, stir-fried items and a lot more. This Japanese restaurant features an open kitchen and counter-style seating arrangements that is perfect for making friendly conversations with the chefs.