Akasaka / Tameikesanno Restaurants
We had noticed Ananda Thai many times in passing, but never seemed to get around to going there. Finally, we committed to going and are very pleased that we did so. The food was excellent, with a great combination of the familiar and the new, and very fresh ingredients. There was also an excellent balance to the expected Thai spiciness, that gave the food a solid kick without washing out the flavors of the various ingredients. The facility was clean and smoke free. We were there for an early dinner, so at that time it was not very busy and was perfect for a date night conversation. The service was pleasant and professional, and at least tri-lingual (Japanese, English, and Thai). MoreOpenTable Diner -
お店の雰囲気はカジュアルで、数人のグループで過ごすのにぴったりでした。 お肉はどれも美味しかったです。どの肉も味付けされた状態で出され、焼いてすぐ食べれます。味加減も良く、口に入れるとただ美味しいと思えます。 店員さんの接客も丁寧でした。 注文した肉が品切れだったのですが、代わりに同等の肉を提案してくれました。 さらに肉の焼き方を教えてくれ、焼き加減も見てくれます。 焼きすぎた肉は裏返してくれたりハサミを入れてくれたり、網に火が移ってしまったときも氷を持ってきてくれて対応していただきました。テーブルに付きっ切りというわけでもないのに素早い対応ですごいです。 子連れのお客さんの子供をあやしていた姿も好印象でした。 ありがとうございました。 MoreOpenTable Diner -
Akasaka Jin-ya, in Tokyo, crafts modern Japanese multi-course kaiseki meals which focus on grilled meats and fresh ingredients in its welcoming and charming eatery. The white konnyaku and broiled taro dip with chestnut honey and the sesame tofu make great appetizer choices. Some of Akasaka Jin-ya�s specialty entr_e dishes include the grilled Spanish mackerel, the yamagata soba noodles, the crab shabu shabu hotpot, the angler fish nabe hotpot served with miso soup and monkfish liver and the Jin-ya meat and potatoes plate.
Akasaka Jin-ya has a variety of sake and shochu, ideal for accompanying your authentic Japanese meal.More
We serve traditional Japanese cuisine at a reasonable price. · Japanese-style private room with a calm atmosphere · Table seats with reasonable price. You can use our restaurant for various occasions according to your need.
We will continue to seek the best service and hospitality now and in the future.
We provide wholehearted hospitality for your dinner with your important person and various gatherings ets....
Our restaurant was revived in May 1954 after the ashes of a devastating war. Up to the present time, we have been brought up by a fine sense of taste of guests who visited to Akasaka before and after the war. More
The name of Akasaka Fukinuki is the name of the restaurant of Gifu which the former studied when he was young. Fukinuki means nobility and penetrating it. There is a strong message that keeps offering good things to customers no matter what happens. please enjoy the taste Stick to the ingredients and the manufacturing method and the offer.More