Treat your taste buds: Explore Akasaka / Tameikesanno restaurants
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Akasaka / Tameikesanno Restaurants
The Steakhouse - ANA InterContinental Tokyo
Chinese Restaurant Karin - ANA InterContinental Tokyo
Cascade Cafe- ANA InterContinental Tokyo
Japanese Restaurant Unkai - ANA InterContinental Tokyo
Mixx Bar & Lounge- ANA InterContinental Hotel Tokyo
Teppanyaki Akasaka- ANA InterContinental Tokyo
Akasaka / Tameikesanno Restaurants
Authentic Hong Kong dim sum. Taste very similar and the food is made up of supreme ingredients. I recommend the dim sum set lunch ¥4500 per pax, top up ¥1000 for seafood fried rice. The dim sum 6 pieces could be choose from the selected menus. I recommend, seafood dumpling, yam shrimp puff, raffish cake, gyoza, fried spring roll. I recommend the snow crab claws as the second course! The dessert was delicious too. Very full after the meal. It's quite expensive the service charge is 13% so with the tax its total of 21% extra, bear in mind. The seat is comfortable and staff could speak a bit of Cantonese! Great settings, atmosphere and quiet place to eat. I recommend it for family meals since ordering more to share allows you to try different dim sum! Not sure about the dinner but I guess there a wide variety of dishes to choose . Almost a 9.5/10 overall except the charges are too high. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Great Wagyu Filet in quaint little Japanese steakhouse. Wonderful service, great Japanese whiskey, really tasty Caesar salad, and very nice service. Oh I forgot the Chocolate Fondant paired with raspberry ice cream- topped off a Wonderful Meal. My GoTo place for great Wagyu Filet ! I will be back 😀 MoreOpenTable Diner -
Great Halal Wagyu! Fatty Wagyu was delicious and affordable! Seems like they are famous for all-you-can-eat menu, but I picked a la carte because I wanted to taste Wagyu. Assorted Wagyu plate looks beautiful and it melted in my mouth!. The price was about 1700 yen, and reasonably priced. It was a bit disappointing that the table was 2 hours only even for the single item order, but I think I fully enjoyed. MoreOpenTable Diner -
As hotel dining, Cascade Cafe is located on the 2nd floor facing the hotel lobby known as “The Atrium Lobby”. The relaxing environment of Cascade Cafe offers sumptuous selection of international and local dishes from early in the morning to midnight. The main attraction of the Cafe is the “Show Kitchen Area” where guests can enjoy watching chefs cooking dynamically right in front of you serving freshly made plates. It is equipped with pizza oven and
grillade, fully satisfying the guest’s senses.
Don’t miss our award winning buffet complimented by an extensive a la carte menu for both lunch and dinner!More
Akasaka Tokishirazu is a Japanese seafood restaurant. The interior of the restaurant is decorated in classic Japanese style, with lots of dark browns and wood tones, making for a very serene dining experience. Akasaka Tokishirazu's menu features many classic Japanese dishes, most of which focus on the various fish and seafood that is caught locally. Some of the signature items on Akasaka Tokishirazu's menu are the sea urchin shabu and shrimp tempura. Akasaka Tokishirazu also carries a large selection of international wine and Japanese sake, including a few rare brandsMore
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
Kushikatsu Esora is the place to find a wide variety of skewers with fresh meats, vegetables and rice. Vegetables that are ripe and in season are selected to accompany seafood, chicken or meat skewers. Whether grilled or fried, each skewer is cooked to perfection in 100 percent canola oil. Located in Akasaka, Japan, Kushikatsu Esora houses a dining area that offers outstanding views of the city. Counter seating overlooks the skyline with floor-to-ceiling windows, while dim, intimate lighting adds to the overall sophisticated ambiance. Kushikatsu Esora also provides a semi-private, quiet dining room that seats up to 10 people, making it ideal for birthday parties, receptions, parties and other moderately sized events.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
Takekuma serves Chinese cuisine in a casual and relaxing atmosphere. The d_cor is composed of natural wood on a white wall design with plenty of light. Come with a friend or with a colleague to try the popular Shikimizu noodles that are created with red vinegar along with stir-fried chicken, tofu, shiitake mushrooms, bamboo shoots and roasted ham. Takekuma also serves a classic bamboo noodle with sesame flavor.
There are many beverages at Takekuma which include Shaoxing wine, plum wine, fruit wine and sours. Non-alcoholic options include soft drinks, non-alcohol plum wine and Cassis orange juice.More
ANA InterContinental Tokyo is home to three Michelin starred Chef Pierre Gagnaire’s highest restaurant in the world. Discover his award winning contemporary French cuisine in elegant surrounds with the stunning Tokyo metropolis and Tokyo Tower as a backdrop. Experience a unique culinary journey of passionate dedication to the best quality produce and the creation of unprecedented tastes that reflect this world renowned chef’s philosophy of using food to communicate and incite emotion.
Chef Pierre’s other signature is to serve multiple dishes within each course and he has been introduced his new menu, inspired by Japanese “KAISEKI style”; where guests can choose from a multitude of intricately prepared dishes, each expressing their own story and flavor.
Awarded two Michelin stars since 2010.More
Overlooking the manicured perfection of a traditional garden and pond designed to highlight each season’s beauty, Japanese Restaurant UNKAI showcases regional specialties and the essence of Japanese cuisine with carefully selected fresh seasonal ingredients. For an unforgettable experience, private Tatami dining rooms offer refined surrounds in which to savor
traditional cuisine such as the famous multiple-course Kaiseki degustation meal served by our traditionally dressed kimono staff.More
An evolution of style in Tokyo opened on 36FL in September 2010.
Original modern design by renowned French interior designer Mr. Gwenael Nicolas combines with innovative molecular cocktails and contemporary cuisine to create an unparalleled venue. Overlooking the metropolis 36 floors below, MIXX Bar & Lounge is positioned to become the destination of choice to meet with old or new friends in Tokyo.
The expansive venue is comprised of 3 district zones – a bar area with stand up communal tables and long bar for those seeking to interact, a lounge area with low seating and intimate couches snuggled into the zig-zag window bays and the MIXX Room for private celebrations.
The MIXX Bar & Lounge offers luncheon buffet featuring about 40 dishes and an indulgent dessert offering, through to a selection of spectacularly presented tapas and snacks to accompany the wide choice of wine, beers and liquors in the evening.More
Teppanyaki Akasaka provides a memorable feast for all of the senses. The impressive knife skills and culinary flair of our expert chefs combined with breathtaking views of over Tokyo creates a dining experience not to be missed.
The menu showcases Kobe Beef, Japanese Beef, premium seafood and seasonal vegetables, each accompanied by hand blended sauces; Japanese style ‘Ponzu’, ‘Mongolian’ with ginger and garlic and onion flavored ‘Spicy’; and condiments.
We have more than 70 different kinds of our best recommended wine, carefully selected Shochu, Sake, whisky, beer and cocktails to please your dinner. Enjoy the world wide favorite ‘Teppanyaki’ with your favorite beverages.More
Mesmerized by the golden bubbles. Set with stylish interior such as global pendant light, long beige draperies hanged from the ceiling, the moderately glowing white light embedded in the bar counter illuminating the champagne glass from below, and vivid colors added as a spice, altogether creates a fantastic and extraordinary atmosphere. The Champagne Bar offers 10 kinds of glass champagne carefully selected by our sommelier, a large selection of bottled champagne, original champagne
cocktails, accompanied by variety of light cuisines.
At day time, the bar is rather wrapped in a casual ambience offering champagne and tea. At night time, guests can enjoy “Champagne à Volonté”, offering unlimited flow of champagne, champagne cocktails, beer and wine with dinner set including salad and main dish enjoyed on a single plate, and