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.
Located in the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, the landmark on the Yokohama waterfront was originally built in 1911, and today it provides you fine live jazz music with French cuisine. You can enjoy all types of jazz from local artists or world-class big names at one of the most romantic places in Yokohama. Tickets are available on the Internet.
One of the fanciest and most beautiful restaurants in Yokohama is the Azamino Ukai-Tei restaurant. In a beautifully set up garden, and a western-styled manor, the restaurant offers a garden view from every room. The finest food is served here from carefully and freshly picked ingredients from around the globe. The restaurant serves 2 types of courses namely the Grand Course and the Lunch Course. The interiors are grandly done, giving the place a rustic look, making the ambiance very comfortable and welcoming to guests.
Located on the third floor of the luxurious Pan Pacific Hotel, this excellent French restaurant is a nice escape from shopping in the Queen's City mall. The decor is an imaginative French garden style replete with attractive white gates, bushes and hedges to achieve some privacy for individual dining groups. The restaurant seats 90 people.
Daidaiya is a Japanese restaurant located in Yokohama, facing the beautiful Yokohama Bay. Daidaiya offers a limited but the best in Japanese food with a fusion of modern cooking. It’s a great way to try Japanese food cooked in a different style. The meal and the view, makes dining a good experience. The staff and service is great and advise on what’s best on the menu. The ambiance is ideal for romantic dinners.
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.
A French restaurant with a bright blue and white interior and elegant presentation, Chateau Le Pin also promises to please with its reasonable prices. Lunch courses are JPY2,000 and JPY3,000 while dinner courses start at JPY3,800 going up to JPY8,000. They also serve a popular prefixed course for JPY5,000. French wines are available starting at JPY3,500 for a full bottle. Due to slightly irregular and unfixed holidays, be sure to call ahead and make reservations at least one day beforehand.
Sirius is a restaurant located on a rooftop, a lounge on the 70th floor of the Royal Park Hotel with a 360 degree view overlooking the city. Sirius serves French cuisine, an ideal spot for a romantic dinner date. The ambiance is very cozy and comfortable, with jazz music, making it a very peaceful spot to dine. Sirius serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks. The food style here is mostly western, seafood and beef dishes are highly recommended at Sirius. Sirius offers lavish service to its customers, making the experience a memorable one.