They offered an extensive set menu, yummy indeed. Chef came to meet us during our meal which made it event more special.
My Japanese business partners hosted dinner for me last night in this Japanese kaiseki restaurant. I am a frequent traveller to Japan on business and not a first-timer to kaiseki style dining, but I was still intrigued and delighted by the new wonderful flavors and...More
Many course set dinner in private room. With may delicacies, including fugu (blowfish). Seasonally oriented. Personal thanks from chef.
Highly recommended, especially if you stay in Mandarin Oriental. It’s not part of the hotel, but it is on the second floor of the building the hotel also occupies. If you stay elsewhere, take the Metro Ginza Line and get off at Mitsukoshimae. From Tokyo...More