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Lovely restaurant near Meiji shrine. The service was exceptional. The pasta's and food were innovative and delicious, certainly as good as you would find in Rome /Milan/Florence etc. Very nice Italian leaning wine list at decent prices. There are few restaurants in Tokyo at this standard and price. Great lunch and bottle of wine $77 for 2. The owners and staff are wonderful people we wish them well and thank you for a great lunch. MoreOpenTable Diner -
From the moment we arrived, the staff was great. We were greeted, promptly shown to a great table, where the server explained the process and options Ann's recommended different meat cuts. Shew was attentive throughout the whole experience. The meat was amazing, delicious rice and fresh veggies made for a wonderful experience. The environment was very nice, comfortable and casual at the same time. Highly recommend it! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Service was very personalized and some of the friendliest I’ve experienced in Tokyo. Price was right and food was good. I wish it was non-smoking, but that’s less of a problem at this kind of restaurant due to the ventilation. Will return MoreOpenTable Diner -
Enjoyed a fantastic meal with friends over a couple of hours in this quiet backstreet restaurant. Cozy, casual and comfortable would best describe the decor and seating. Amazing is the best way to describe the food. We shared some appetizers - hummus; the delightfully spicy salad meshoui; brik (tuna, potato, egg) “spring roll” and swava careshe (lamb, haloumi cheese) samosa. All were fabulous, and had us feeling full before we got to the main course! For mains, our group tried the jaret d’ajneau (lamb shanks) and the tajin aruche (sheep meatballs, dried plums). All of the food was aromatic, perfectly spiced and well presented. The owner served us personally and was very helpful and charming. Overall a fantastic evening - highly recommended. MoreOpenTable Diner -
As a tapas bar, it's fine. The volume of food is pretty light, and the service seemed a little slow, but the size and makeup of our group clearly overwhelmed them. We definitely came out ahead of what we paid. What bothered me was when I called they had no record of our Open Table reservation. Fortunately they were able to accommodate us, but I shudder to think what would have happened if I hadn't called. So yes, you can use them, but you'll need a Japanese speaking person to call because the Open Table reservation doesn't do anything. I asked, and they explained that Open Table reservations go to their main office, who doesn't forward them to the actual restaurant. That's a big problem, not with the restaurant, but with the restaurant's integration with Open Table. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Gyunotatsujin Private Nishi-Shinjuku is a private table restaurant and bar that specializes in meat preparations. The restaurant consists of several private rooms that guests can reserve to enjoy an intimate meal or celebrate a special occasion. Gyunotatsujin Private Nishi-Shinjuku provides a sophisticated ambiance with dark wood and stone and dim lighting.
Guests can reserve a private room for up to two hours. The exclusive menus at Gyunotatsujin Private Nishi-Shinjuku feature a variety of beef dishes prepared by highly skilled chefs. The restaurant also provides an extensive wine and bar menu for guests to choose from.More
Gyuunotatsujin Nishi-Shinjuku is a casual restaurant that serves a variety of traditional and contemporary Japanese beef specialties. The restaurant�s interior was set up and decorated by a professional designer to provide a spacious and comfortable dining experience. Gyuunotatsujin Nishi-Shinjuku has been featured on local television and several online blogs.
The restaurant is committed to using only high quality, fresh ingredients to maintain great taste in each dish. House specialties at Gyuunotatsujin Nishi-Shinjuku include dishes like height calvi, dragon loin and vertical beef tongue. Order a side dish with any meal, including kimchi, choregisarada and sakura yukke.More
Gyunotatsujin Private Honten is an upscale Japanese restaurant and bar that specializes in beef dishes. The restaurant features a variety of private rooms where guests can enjoy an intimate meal or dine privately with a group. Gyunotatsujin Private Honten features a sophisticated and modern interior with dim lighting.
Private rooms at Gyunotatsujin Private Honten provide guests with two hours of dining time. The restaurant�s menu features a variety of beef preparations and an extensive list of wine for guests to choose from. Each dish is prepared by experienced chefs who are masters of their craft.More
Exceptionally good meal on New Years Eve. We chose the fixed price full course dinner and we were glad we did. The selections were excellent. The foie gras appetizer was divine. The restaurant is pricey but not terribly so. Service was good but ever so slightly uneven (ie 2 waiters asked us for our drink order) but nothing anyone could complain about. Our meal and celebration in the bar was a highlight of our Japan trip. I would highly recommend this restaurant for a nicer meal/special occasion. MoreOpenTable Diner -
A skylit bamboo garden-in-the-sky creates a mood of serenity both day and night. Under a vast glass atrium and its spectrum of light, The Peak Lounge offers an array of senses as noon transitions to night. The indoor garden is the perfect setting for enjoying luscious desserts, fresh homemade cakes,and authentic English afternoon tea with an abundance of natural daylight. As the sun sets over Tokyo, enjoy drinks and cocktails with light cuisine at this floating oasis above the bustling city. More
History of NINJA Restaurant in Tokyo and New York. NINJA SHINJUKU is a elegant private room with a theme of Japanese culture, serving the finest Omi beef directly delivered from a ranch. Omi beef steak that grilled slowly at amazing temperature of 500℃ with the original stone oven, and Ninja dishes of smoke and fire are a gem you definitely want to taste. Magic by advanced Ninja is a must see!
NINJA Omi beef round 7,000 yen / sirloin 10,000 yen / tenderloin 15,000 yen
Omotenashi of arrival in Edo bay, Enton no jutsu - Smoke style +1,000 yen change to Omi beef sushi, Katon no jutsu - Fire style, Shakunetsuhenge no jutsu - Fire transform style, Suiton no jutsu - Water style, Grilled Omi beef “Sawai hime wagyu” round/sirloin/tenderloin by big stone oven, Japanese style paella with an earthen pot, Kanmihenge no jutsu - Dessert transform style, Appreciation before departure, Houji tea from birthplace of Japanese tea * Available from 2 people each course More
As spring nears, we enter the sea bream spawning season, which is when the bream swim in to shallow waters from their deep-sea dwellings, marking the best time for fishing. In the bay, you can find the most outstanding bream with just the right amount of fat to enhance their flavor. At Kichiriki, we offer bream caught in Akashi and serve it in a variety of ways, including shabu shabu, which allows you to enjoy the tender texture of the fish, or grilled over open charcoal flames to seal in the natural flavors of the fish. In addition to bream, we also serve abalone, which comes into season in time for the early summer months, and first-of-the-season wild vegetables that boast amazing aromas. Every day, our Master Chef personally visits the Tsukiji Fish Markets to source the freshest and best quality produce of the season. Despite being located right near the busy bustling Shinjuku Station, our restaurant boasts a relaxed atmosphere with mainly counter seating.More
Miguel Juani Shinjuku Takashimaya Times Square is an award-winning restaurant that is located in the Shinjuku neighborhood of Tokyo. The vibrant and stylish interior stands out, with colorful accent pieces, fun and patterned wallpaper, sleek wooden tables and oversized mirrors and windows. Miguel Juani Shinjuku Takashimaya Times has a unique blend of retro and modern style throughout both the indoor and outdoor dining areas.
Miguel Juani Shinjuku Takashimaya Times serves an eclectic menu that is inspired by the many flavors of Spain. Customes are also invited to choose from lengthy tapas and wine menus.More
Osteria Oliera specializes in authentic Italian cuisine. It uses fresh, healthy and local ingredients to create each of its dishes. All the fish and vegetables the restaurant uses are selected carefully from Tsukiji. The spacious dining area at Osteria Oliera features modern d_cor and low lighting that creates an intimate ambiance.
Try dishes like saut_ed sesame oysters, raw ham and lotus root rice cakes. There are set course menus as well. Celebrate a birthday at the restaurant and enjoy a special cake plate. Osteria Oliera also offers an extensive selection of wines for guests to choose from.More