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What is Shato Hanten? Shato Hanten was opened in Mita, Tokyo in 1965 by Chinese cuisine researcher Hakusho Machi who believed that Chinese culture should be brought to Japan through its food. At the time, the food served was traditional Machi family home cooking, the type served to guests and close friends. This generous hospitality and homely flavours, passed down through the generations, are the “Machi flavour”. Only vegetable oil is used in the cooking. The intense flavours of the authentic ingredients and spices have evolved continuously to provide culinary delights to today’s customers. Shato Hanten is an authentic Chinese restaurant which began thanks to Hakusho Machi’s desire to bring authentic Chinese cuisine to more and more Japanese people. It is now 46 years since Shato Hanten opened in Mita. The sofas on the terrace, the wood framed chairs and the Setoyaki ceramic decorative poles reminiscent of a bamboo forest, create a modern but calm and relaxing space.More
Banque was wonderful. Perfect ambiance for a date night. The tables are all separated by curtains and semi private. The food was delicious (we had a course menu). Wine menu is extensive. Service was exceptional. The price point was a little rich with a 10% service charge, but we still really enjoyed our dinner. MoreOpenTable Diner -
They prepared the nice table for us. We could have a good dinner and the view from the window. I almost always order a prime beaf steak because it has the good flavor and taste. Unfortunately on this time, we ordered the prime beaf steak, but it was a bit of luck of juicy and just hard as compared with it I had at the previous time. I think it is better to make the scene that we can get a freshly grilled beaf. MoreOpenTable Diner -
It was an amazing evening. The restaurant is downstairs and you sit around the kitchen, like a chefs table. The owner speaks english and helps you with everything. Also the menue is in english.The food is amazing. There are two menues to choose for 5.000 or 7.000 Yen which includes Sashimi, Wagyu and rice and several other dishes. We will come back, when we in Tokyo, 100% percent!!! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Overall it was decent. Though Everytime we needed something we had to call the waiter over, we were seated into the back corner which was covered, great for a date if you want privacy as only the other corner can see you but not so good for service because I don't think they come by often or can easily see you, for Japan those call service buttons other restaurants have at the table would make it perfect. For the food, the ribs were perfect, met in your mother and falling off the bone and not over or under seasoned the shrimp was a little over cooked but still ok. Went on the 29th and it was they're "niku day" (meat day) so they had a special on a 1lb steak. Unfortunately that steak was one of the toughest steaks. Asked for medium it came mostly medium rare, let it grill on the hot plate a little and it was just really hard and rough and dry. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Ostrea Oyster Bar in the Roppongi of Minato, Tokyo, is a fun, energetic spot that has earned excellent reviews by both critic and patron alike. The establishment was built upon the simple premise of enjoying oysters from all over the world that can be eaten raw or cooked in a variety of ways.
Those dining at Ostrea will have a pick of carefully selected oysters from not only Japanese waters, but from waters around such places as the United States, Australia and Ireland. Plenty of good times are to be had at Ostrea, and reservations aren't required, but are taken.More
Good quality food, service slow and disorganized. English menu, young staff. I sat at the food bar, and after the initial greeting and offering of oshibori (hot towel) I was not offered water or taking my order for almost 12 min. People around me requesting multiple times for water and checks. I did consider leaving when I finally got service. Ordered smoked salmon salad and tsukune skewer and spinach miso. All the food was of exceptional quality and every bite was delicious. With so many good food choices around Tokyo especially in the immediate area, I am not sure it is worth going back. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The classic shabu shabu-dashi
In addition to the classic Japanese beef dashi, we offer soy milk dashi, delicious hot pot, Nekombu dashi, suki-shabu dashi which is popular with children and Kiwami dashi which is also very popular. You can choose your favorite taste. It is a shabu-shabu soup that brings out the taste of the ingredients.
Meat - carefully selected by professional
Meat that determines the quality of shabu-shabu. All the meat is a masterpiece by a professional. In addition, every day the shop staff carefully cuts one by one.
Vegetables made with heart
Together with vegetable farmers all over Japan, we carefully select from soils to grow vegies. The production area is selected according to the time when the vegies are most delicious.
Omotenashi - The warm hospitality of Onyasai
We will try to feel the needs of the customer and Omotenashi you while you are in front of us.More
Traveling from USA looking for a non fish dinner to experience Tokyo “steak”. This place was great. Cool casual vibe, steak options for all of us ranging from prune cuts to burgers. Fantastic! If you’re looking for a relaxing place, friendly and interesting, this is it. Would definitely recommend. Pricey, but worth the value. MoreOpenTable Diner -
A Tokyo based lounge dining bar, R2 first opened its’ doors in November 2011 to great fanfare. It quickly became known as one of Tokyo’s Hottest Night Spots, a place to be seen with it’s high standard drinks, food, charming service and wicked tunes spun by high calibre DJs.
The Rebirth of R2 SUPPERCLUB promises to be the most hotly anticipated event on the Tokyo Night Scene since its inception five years ago. Attracting a discerning clientele from a cross section of Tokyo’s society, R2 promises that one and all will feel comfortable in the new, fun, yet sophisticated atmosphere and surroundings. With it’s slick and elegant service style, contemporary top shelf drinks and food plus cutting edge tunes R2 is unrivalled in Tokyo’s night scene.More
Enjoy full-flavored dishes at Kiyoyasu House. This upscale restaurant specializes in Teppanyaki and classic Japanese cuisine, served in idyllic surrounds, complete with an indoor pond. Each dish is made to order, using nothing but high-quality ingredients to ensure the best flavor. The restaurant also serves a tidy list of drinks to pair with meals.
Situated a minute from the Roppongi Station, Kiyoyasu House is a convenient stop for commuters returning from work. It also makes a good pick for special occasions or a fine dining event. Kiyoyasu House is open for lunch and dinner Monday to Saturday.More
You won't find this restaurant on other social media platforms. So prepare for a unique, more local, experience. The host/chef is very personable and very willing to work with you. We shared several laughs over the course of the meal. There are approximately 10-12 seats at the counter with the chef and two other private rooms. When my party of 4 arrived, we were the first ones, and had most of the meal to ourselves before a couple appeared. The food itself was very wide ranging, some of the dishes I had never seen or tried before, and there were several that I was hoping would appear and they did appear. The sous chef would come to us after every dish was served to let us know what fish it was from a personal picture catalogue of the fish. The most interesting dishes we tried were a tiny eel dish that appeared almost as glass noodles, along with a progression of 8 different nigiri from fishes I had never tried. The ultimate highlight was being served a bowl of Uni (Sea Urchin) with fish roe. What makes this restaurant unique is the close Omakase experience, that was fairly affordable by other restaurant standards, and available. Finding reservations to the top restaurants was difficult, after starting our search late. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Yakitori + Fermentation = a source of Happiness
Yakitori is made of several bite-size pieces of chicken that are grilled on skewers. It is simple and compact, yet very flavorful. We transcend common ideals about yakitori, yet still respect its proud, native food culture. We aim to reinvent yakitori to match your modern tastes. The key feature of this yakitori restaurant is "fermentation." Fermentation has a special sour flavor along with a strong umami sensation, which makes our yakitori incredibly delicious, thereby raising it to a new level. We are sure that fermentation will take you to the unknown journey of a new taste. More