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  • Trattoria Tsukiji PARADISO!
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    4.0
    66 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 6-27-3 Aoki Building 1F
    This is an Italian restaurant located in the Tsukiji Outer Market with a warm interior that evokes the Mediterranean Ocean that offers simple and splendid southern Italian food cuisine made just like the local recipes. Part of the appeal is a menu that differs from season to season, since the restaurant uses fresh seafood sourced from Tsukiji Market. Trattoria Tsukiji PARADISO! was even listed in the Michelin Guide Tokyo 2015 (Bib Gourmand).

    Very nice, amazing seafood with very good Italian pasta. What else can I say? It was really, really good and a fun waiter. Thanks, guys!

  • Taimeiken
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    3.5
    221 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashi 1-12-10
    This is a long-established restaurant for yoshoku cuisine (Japan's take on Western-style food) located in Nihombashi. It has maintained tastes that are unchanged since it was founded in 1931, and is widely known as a restaurant that even impresses foodies. The first floor features a casual restaurant with traditional yoshoku food served at reasonable prices, while the second floor is a full-fledged restaurant. They are famous for their Tanpopo Omuraisu, a dish popularized by director Juzo Itami in which an omelette is served over fried rice with chicken. Their hayashi rice and beef tongue stew that are covered in a demi-glace sauce prepared over the course of a week are exquisite.

    伝統的な洋食 トロトロオムライスと 大きなエビフライが美味 本店ほど混んでおらず昼ランチでもさっと入れます。 Here is the Traditional western food in Japanese style. Chicken rise covered by omelet and Fried jumbo shrimp are recommended.

  • Wolfgang's Steakhouse Marunouchi
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    4.0
    191 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 2-1-1 Marunouchi MYPLAZA Meiji Yasuda Life Science B1F
    Having originated in New York, this is a popular steakhouse where it is possible to taste the finest steaks in a classical atmosphere. You must try the signature dish, a 28-day dry aged “Prime Steak”. It is made from USDA approved prime beef which has been stored for dry-curing. There is also a substantial assortment of seafood dishes and wines available. They are also proud to use meat and fish in their exclusive lunch menu.

    I have been to many Wolfgangs and this one did not disappoint. I enjoyed a Martini at the bar and if you are looking for a great Happy Hour in Tokyo, this is a good bargain for a high end steakhouse.

  • KIHACHI Aoyama Main Branch
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato-ku Kitaoyama 2-1-19
    Based on Italian cuisine and located in Kita-aoyama, Minato City, Tokyo, it is a restaurant where you can taste seasonal ingredients and the chef's playful spirit from their generous menu. It has an open kitchen with food being prepared in front of one's eyes, and the sense of being present is outstanding. A row of ginkgo trees face the open terrace seats in the outer garden and from brunch to dinner one is able to enjoy the scenery from one season to the next. It is also recommended for anniversaries and private parties.
  • Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Roppongi
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato-ku Roppongi 5-16-50 Roppongi Duplex M's1F
    The first Japanese location of this steakhouse chain from New York which boasts tremendous popularity in the United States. In the restaurant’s chic and quiet atmosphere, you can enjoy first-rate steaks which will wow even gourmets with discerning palettes. The restaurant’s “Prime Steaks” are created by taking USDA ranked top quality certified prime grade beef and extensively aging it before baking it in a 900°C oven, resulting in exquisite steaks with a crisp outer crust and flavorful, juicy meat inside. In addition to steaks, the restaurant offers authentic seafood dishes, desserts, and over 1,000 wines from countries around the world.
  • Kobe Plaisir Ginza
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    4.5
    38 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 5-8-1 Ginza Place 11F
    A restaurant located on the top floor of Ginza Place owned and operated by the JA Zennoh Hyogo agricultural cooperative. In a luxurious and quiet atmosphere, you can enjoy dishes made with top quality Kobe beef, Tajima beef, and fresh vegetables from Hyogo Prefecture and other parts of Japan. The restaurant also has a full dessert menu and carries an abundant selection of wines. The restaurant’s steaks are richly marbled with fine streaks of fat between the muscle; the low melting point of the fat results in juicy meat that practically melts in your mouth. At night, the restaurant’s windows also offer a view of a beautiful nightscape, and the establishment is a popular dinner date location.

    Great restaurant. Expensive but worth it. One of the best meals I have had in my life. The quality of the food is superb, very fresh and the Kobe Beef was just sublime. Very friendly, helpful...

  • Pizzeria e trattoria da ISA
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    4.0
    206 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Aobadai 1-28-91F
    This is a famous shop for Naples-style pizza located in the Aobadai district of Tokyo's Meguro City. Pizza shokunin Hisanori Yamamoto, who trained at a well-known store in Naples and won the World Pizza Championships twice consecutively, opened this restaurant in 2010. The shop features a space ambience thanks to its open terrace, and is almost like a real pizzeria in the downtown area of Naples. All of the pizzas baked in the large stone oven are exquisite, and popular items on the menu include the margherita pizza with the melted mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce. It is a popular restaurant that invariably has a queue outside on holidays.

    It was our first time eating here because we have heard reviews about how the pizzas are excellent. The pizza was good and well-baked in a fireplace, but I wouldnt say its anything special out of...

  • Yoshikami
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    4.0
    137 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 1-41-4
    A venerable Western-style eatery established in 1951 long beloved by great numbers of local regulars, tourists, and celebrities alike. Frequently featured by the mass media, this popular restaurant often sees lines to get in at lunch time. The current, old fashioned building, built in 1960, gives the shop a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Yoshikami's signature dish is its thick, slow-prepared demi-glace beef stew. The closest station is Asakusa Station.

    No idea what is the fuss...? Overpriced and not that good. I ordered a stake for $50 and it was one of the worst stakes I had in my life ! Was so disappointed. I noticed that most of the people...

  • Oyster Bar wharf NEWoMan
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    4.0
    33 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sendagaya 5-24-55 Newman Shinjuku store 2F Exoto
    The first Japanese location for this trendy Singaporean oyster bar, located on the second floor food hall of the NEWoMan commercial facility in Shinjuku City, Tokyo. Serving fresh domestic oysters and tuna raw, the shop’s luxurious plates, piled high with seafood delicacies, and its Singaporean draft Tiger Beer are also popular. Conveniently located in a facility connected directly to JR Shinjuku Station, Oyster Bar wharf is open from 7 am until 4 am the following day. Breakfast, lunch, or dinner, patrons can enjoy the establishment whatever the time of day.

    This so hit the spot for breakfast, especially for folks who love congee, aka juk. It also was really, really cold outside, so being inside at an oyster bar was just perfect. It was our last...

  • RedRock Harajuku
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    4.0
    86 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 3-25-12 Fuji Building B1F
    A restaurant standing just a five-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Meiji-jingumae Station serving roast beef rice bowls and American beef dishes. The sparsely lit interior creates a chic and subdued atmosphere. The restaurant's famed roast beef rice bowls are so piled high with beef you can't see the rice underneath. The hearty portions and tender meat have ensured their popularity. The steak rice bowls, covered with a special sauce, are particularly recommended.

    This branch is the least queue of redrock branch all over Tokyo. But still theres a long queue if we get there during the lunch or dinner time. The most popular dish is the roast beef bowl. The...

  • Dancing Crab Tokyo
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 3-37-12 Shinjuku NOWA Building 2F
    A seafood restaurant first launched in Singapore in 2014. Meals are served without knives or forks—instead, diners must dive in and enjoy with their hands alone in the style of Louisiana in the US south. The restaurant’s fusion cuisine, combining Cajun cooking with Asian spices, is exquisite. Dancing Crab is also conveniently located just a two-minute walk from Shinjuku Station’s Southeast Exit. The restaurant’s spacious interior seats around 130. Reservations accepted for parties of two or more.
  • Brooklyn Parlor
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    4.0
    128 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 3-1-26 Shinjuku Maruianekusu Building B1F
    As its name suggests, this cafe takes its cues from the atmosphere of Brooklyn, USA. Built around the concept of all things useless and elegant in life, Brooklyn Parlor combines music, books, and food to create a space perfect for all manner of social interactions. The books covering the cafe's walls span an extensive array of genres, from manga to pure literature. Special care is also taken in the selection of the music played, and music events are held irregularly at the cafe.

    Lovely venue but burgers were very bad, probably worst meal in Japan. Meat overcooked and very tough, extra bacon was just a fat rind, chips were cold on arrival. Not much to recommend except the...

  • Mercer Cafe Top Garden
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 5-50-3 Urban Terrace Aoyama 4F - 5F
    Mercer Cafe Top Garden is a rooftop lounge situated on the roof of the Mercer Cafe Terrace House, approximately six minutes’ walk from Omotesando Station. From this magical space, surrounded by “green walls” of vegetation, diners can look out over the skyscrapers of Shinjuku (Tokyo’s “secondary city center”). With round sofas arranged on a wooden deck reminiscent of a beach resort, this New York penthouse style space is popular with artistic and cultured people as a venue for parties.
  • Bistro Nareniku
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    3.5
    29 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 4-1-9 Shinjuku Youthville (PAX) 7F
    A casual bistro located a two-minute walk from Shinjuku Station's South Exit. Here patrons can enjoy dry aged beef and natural wine made with as few agricultural chemicals as possible. The staff-recommended aged Angus shoulder roast takes approximately one month to prepare in a carefully controlled and adjusted environment. The USDA top-ranked prime beef grows more delicious the longer you chew.

    It is quite reasonable restaurant of Beef dishes. It is also easy to come in and prices of dishes are all reasonable. Very good location near Shinjuku station, east exit.

  • Union Square Tokyo
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    4.0
    93 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 9-7-4 Tokyo Midtown Galleria Garden Terrace B1D-B112
    The very first overseas branch of the popular New York Restaurant Union Square Café. Opened in Tokyo Midtown in 2007, the stylish interior gives off a New York vibe. The café’s cuisine exudes smart and stylish New York sensibilities throughout, including the use of an abundant variety of ingredients and highly seasonal salads and pasts. The shop’s smoked steaks, just as popular here as at the Union Square Café, enhance rather than hide the true flavor of the meat.

    Went to Union Square last night in Tokyo. Booked on line in advance for the 10,000 yen tasting menu (service charge additional on top). Really nice decor and great atmosphere. You can choose to eat...

  • Rengatei
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 3-5-16
    A venerable Western-style restaurant located in Ginza. Founded in 1895, this storied venue is famous as being the birthplace of the Japanese “Western” food “katsuretsu” (breaded meat cutlet). The shop’s omelet rice is made rather unusually with the egg and rice mixed together, and this popular menu item is referred to as the proto omelet rice by some. The restaurant’s old-fashioned register, in use for more than 40 years, continues to tally up patrons’ bills just as well as it always has.
  • Shichijo
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Uchikanda 1-15-7 AUSPICE Uchidajida 1F
    A yoshoku Japanese-style Western cuisine restaurant located in 1 Chome, Uchikanda, Chiyoda City. The restaurant won fame at its original location in Jimbo-cho before moving to the Kanda area. In addition to its renowned battered, deep-fried shrimp, the restaurant serves hamburg steaks and other yoshoku standards incorporating French techniques, as well as an abundant selection of wines.
  • Montblanc (AsakusaShop)
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    4.0
    75 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 1-8-61F
    A hamburg steak restaurant located in Asakusa. Diners can take their time and enjoy their meals in the restaurant's relaxing interior, modeled after a mountain refuge. The restaurant's hamburg steaks are made with 100% domestic beef. The hearty and thick hamburg steaks are hand-shaped and juicy. The restaurant's signature dish is its teppanyaki hamburgs, hamburg steaks served on a piping hot iron plate. You can choose from among six different styles, including French style with a wine and mushroom demi-glace sauce, Russian style with a rich brown sauce, and Japanese style with a special house sauce made with grated onions and soy sauce. The restaurant's low priced lunches come with your choice of hamburg sauce.

    The hotel booked this restaurant for us (recommended by a local friend) though we found it hard to locate as lots of restaurants dont show their English names! But as we ventured gingerly inside...

  • Taimeiken
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    3.5
    31 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Aomi 1-1-10 Diversity Tokyo Plaza 2F Food Court
    A yoshoku Japanese-style Western cuisine restaurant located in Ecute Ueno in JR Ueno Station. The restaurant's main location first opened in Nihombashi in 1931, and diners can enjoy the delicious flavors of a veteran restaurant at reasonable prices. Popular menu selections include the signature omelet rice, Hayashi rice, and deep fried battered shrimp rice. The restaurant opens at 7:00 a.m. and both the breakfast menu, served from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., and the lunch menu are popular. The restaurant is produced by Hiroshi Modegi, a chef who has famously appeared on television.

    I was tired from shopping and need some lunch from this food court. I looked around then decided to try the Omelette wrapped rice which looks colourful. The taste is light, not much egg flavor...

  • Sanji no Oresama Restaurant
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato-ku Shibakouen 4-2-8 Tokyo Tower Foot Town 1F
    This restaurant is in a corner of Tokyo One Piece Tower inside of Foot Town under Tokyo Tower, where the chef is the straw hat pirate Sanji. Their lunch is a buffet, with many dishes that would delight children such as pork roast, spaghetti and takoyaki (octopus balls). Regular orders are taken from the evening, and there are steaks, salads and fun meat dishes with bone-in meat like in the popular anime, in addition to anniversary courses.

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