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Tokyo City Trip - Restaurants

New York Grill at the Park Hyatt Tokyo



Where to Eat in Tokyo

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Beige French
12/20
Chanel Ginza Building 10F
3-5-3 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Tokyo, 104-0061

Fashionable collaboration between French giants Alain Ducasse and Chanel. More...

Gonpachi Sushi
14/20
Dining Room at Gonpachi, Tokyo, 1-13-11 Nishi Azabu
Tokyo, 106-0031

Seasonal sushi, noodles and tempura are specialties at this Tokyo institution. More...

Izakaya Juban Japanese
14/20
2-1-2 Azabujuban
Tokyo, 106-0045

More than a hundred small plates are available at this comfy, airy pub. More...

Kyubey Japanese
No Rating
Ginza 8-7-6
Tokyo, 104-0061

The Holy Grail of Tokyo sushi. More...

Maisen Japanese
14/20
Jingumae 4-8-5, Shibuya-ku
Tokyo, 150-0001

A delicious, unpretentious meal at a Tokyo institution. More...

New York Grill Steakhouse
15/20
Dining Room at New York Grill, Tokyo, Park Hyatt Tokyo
3-7-1-2 Nishi Shinjuku
Tokyo, 163-1055

Skyscraper views and Kobe beef are stars at this only-in-Tokyo venue. More...

The French Kitchen Brasserie & Bar French
No Rating
Dining Room at The French Kitchen Brasserie & Bar, Tokyo, Grand Hyatt Tokyo
6-10-3 Roppongi
Tokyo, 106-0032

Bountiful buffets and French classics in the Grand Hyatt Tokyo. More...

 

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