A trip to the New York Grill will make any trip to Tokyo a special one. Be sure to try the Brunch on a Sunday Morning. A little pricey but well, well worth it. Fantastic service, great view, fabulous food. The brunch consists of a glass of champagne, a buffet appetizer, your choice of main meal from a list of about six, dessert buffet and coffee or tea. You are also provided with a lovely loaf of dinner bread.
Favorite Dish: If you can't find a favourite amongst the dessert buffet, there's something wrong with you!
And the fish of the day was lovely.
t takes but one step inside to realize why Hotel magazine calls this "one of the ten great hotels of the world." Located on the 52nd floor of the Shinjuku Park Tower, it, with its floor-to-ceiling windows, affords spectacular views of downtown Tokyo. Massive Italian paintings, vaulted ceilings and leather cushioned chairs add to the "wow-factor." Not to be outdone, the kitchen serves a spectacular continental menu with such dishes as steak tartar (JPY4,000), grilled veal scallopini (JPY5,000) and plenty of seafood options as well. The wine list features only California vintages.
first of all i would never go there if my friend being a very sophisticated person wouldnt make in advance a reservation and wasnt so looking forward to have this culinary experience:) yes, they say you have to book a table at least 1 week before, so...i'm considering it was my luck to have dinner in one of the best restaurants in Tokyo. The restaurant is located on 52nd floor in Park Hyatt Hotel (worth a visit itself, please read my tip about it), was opened in 1994, it's surrounded on four sides by glass offering stunning views especially by night. They have 1600 bottle wine cellar, live jazz in the evenings. All food is prepared in an open kitchen, which is very impressive. In the menu-japanese steaks, seafood, and even lamb is acclamed to be "certified organically raised":)
few years later..still under impression.........!!!
highly recommended if you are ready to pay at least 100$ for a dinner..i was lucky enough being invited:))
This is one of those movies you typically only see in the movies. It is a large open area, with an incredible view from the 52nd floor of a large building, and an open kitchen. It is comfortable, but formal. The kind of place where guys take a woman to make a lasting impression. The kind of place where you have to make reservations in advance, way in advance.
In fact, while I was there, I witnessed about 6 marriage proposals. It is just that nice of place.
But it is also expensive. Prices begin around 45 bucks a plate and go up to at least 150.
If you are into American quisine though, it is arguably worth every penny. I have never had food this good.
There are a wide variety of choices, from steaks to seafood, all served with very generous portions. And it boasts one of the best wine cellars in all of Tokyo, although mainly they feature California and Australian wines.
Favorite Dish: They have a completely 100% organically grown rack of lamb which is incredible! It is definately my reccomendation.
But this is also the place where you can get Kobe Beef, or some of the best seafood in Tokyo. You can get seafood just about anywhere, but the chef's here have a way with it that makes even a non-seafood person want to enjoy it.