We booked a small private room for dinner. The food was great, though a little pricey. Service was perfect.
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Mediocre service and food, sad decor and noisy "private" dining room where we had to speak loudly because of the the neighbours' shouts. In one word, avoid this place.
In a city that prides itself on some of the best eating in the world, I was genuinely surprised by this restaurant. It is a "brand" restaurant that seeks to promote the whisky of the same name as I understand it. It is intended to...More
This restaurant is popular with the U.S. Embassy crowd because its right next door and the prices reflect the clientele. It is good for groups since they will work with you to pre-order, avoiding lengthy delays. The food, however, is average. I had tuna sashimi...More
Hibiki is a restaurant conveniently placed near the American embassy in Tokyo (Akasaka). I wouldn't recommend it for dinner. Despite the upscale deco, service was extremely slow and rarely available to help. Food quality was OK (nothing stellar though). Price for what you get was...More
High end, well prepared, small courses. Don't miss the homemade fresh tofu or the uni wrapped in yuba. If you're getting a beef dish, though, avoid the beef in savory pancake, which was one of the few misses on the menu.
Very nice donburi/tempura/teishoku restaurant in the Tamaike/Toranomon area, next to the American embassy. Great for lunch -- try the steak-donburi or other lunch items, generally in the 1600 to 1800 yen range. A soothing rock pond and modern Zen like interior make for nice atmosphere....More