Like its sister pubs in Tokyo, The Tavern pub serves good, traditional pub food and a variety of English and Irish draft or bottled ales and beers to help it down. It has a cozy, British atmosphere, even when it is crowded. There is an extensive menu of British delights to choose from. Fish & chips, probably the best in town. Add a portion of mushy peas to it. Then choose the Shepherd's pie or the Cornish pasty if you prefer.The traditional Roast Beef and Yorkshire pudding is another dish that you could order. Beers from England, Ireland and Even Australia you could find here. If you are interested in sports you could watch them at the bar while you relax with your drink.
Using a minimalist but highly artistic approach to food, Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa offers up a fusion of flavors that can neither be defined as solely Japanese or French cuisine but uses the techniques of both. NARISAWA in Aoyama is the ideal choice for those in search of fine-dining that will excite the senses and leave you in awe. The deceptively simple decor here belies overall attention to detail that culminates in seasonal cuisine dishes that combine organic and sustainable ingredients. A true fusion of Japanese culture and French technique is offered here, in dishes that are exquisite in taste and visually beautiful as well. A visit to this multiple award-winning restaurants is for all those who are looking to explore new tastes.
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.
With an esteemed culinary history dating back to the European royalty during 16th Century, this posh restaurant offers a dining experience that few others can match. Located off of the main lobby in the Hotel New Otani, La Tour d'Argent reflects the elegance and exquisiteness of Paris. Its opulent decor with spellbinding chandeliers, candle-lit tables, velvet carpets and floor to ceiling curtained windows will transport the patrons to the mansions on Parisian streets. The menu is just as impressive as its plush setting. The goose foie gras enjoys do-not-miss status as an appetizer, while the roast duckling stands as the kitchen's signature entree. The wine list, as would be expected from a French restaurant, rates superb and offers wine by the glass and the bottle. With views of the Japanese garden, this restaurant is a must-visit for a classy and relaxed lunch or dinner.
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.
Piacere is the Shangri-La Hotel's flagship restaurant. The fine-dining spot commands stunning views of the Tokyo skyline, which combined with an award-winning wine list and gourmet cuisine makes for a memorable meal. Each dish is a work of art, conceptualized and executed to perfection by executive chef Andrea Ferrero and his talented team. A cut above your average Italian restaurant, the simplest of pastas is elevated to new heights by the addition of stellar seasonal ingredients and creative flair. From culinary experts to wine connoisseurs, this restaurant is at the forefront of Tokyo's modern dining scene and aims to cater to every distinguished palate.
La Bonne Table serves a unique amalgamation of flavors from two of the world's most renowned culinary traditions. The largely French dishes of this restaurant show sharp influences of East Asian flavors that blend perfectly well to enhance the culinary experience. The large swanky, modern-looking restaurant does well to entice patrons with an attractive interior setting, bright natural lighting and a cozy atmosphere filled with an air of excitement. Each dish is truly an Eurasian masterpiece with traditional French dishes being plated Japanese-style.