Greater Tokyo Restaurants
A Japanese friend met us here for a yakitori dinner. The place is gigantic! The restaurant inspired that scene in Kill Bill in which Uma Thurman kills everyone in a restaurant. The foyer show photos of every celebrity who has visited, which includes Lady Gaga, Maroon 5, former presidents, and the like. Yakitori sticks are about $3 a pop and ...Popular withLocalFoodiesNightlife
If you love takoyaki, this is the place to be. It's not so much a museum as it is a food court full of takoyaki restaurants. It's hard to choose which restaurant to order from. We tried two different places and the one that had a longer line was definitely better. Also get the combo so you can try two ...Popular withHistory
Lovely atmosphere, good food, and impeccable service. A great spot for a decadent lunch, romantic dinner, or business meal. I'd give it a 5 if I were in the UK but feels like a bit of a shame to eat at this high end chain when there are so many incredible local options in Tokyo.Popular withLuxuryFoodiesBusiness
This is the poor man's NY Grill. Great atmosphere, lovely views, and solid Western food. Girandole will definitely impress. Certainly suitable for a date or business meeting. I wouldn't visit as a tourist but a good spot for long term residents or frequent visitors. Note: the private rooms are inexpensive but aren't fully enclosed. Provides a feeling of exclusivity but ...Popular withLuxuryBusinessDesign
- 91 review
The name speaks for itself. There are tons of different chocolates from all around the world featured on their menu. There are too many to list. This place will warrant multiple visits for the complete experience. Also, be careful to not get caught taking pix. ;)
The food's mediocre and frankly I don't quite know how to react to the ladies here, but it's certainly a unique dining experience. They bring out your food and ask you to do magic spells with them to make the food taste better. (IT DIDN'T WORK.) There's a cover price per person and then there are minimums you have to ...
- 111 review
Michelin-starred and eye-wateringly expensive (reputedly one of the world's most expensive places to eat): a steak here will set you back upwards of US $500. But then you aren't eating any old steak but Sanda-gyu beef, the production of which is limited to just 1,000 cows per year - the Cartier of cattle. There are just five tables in the ...