Places to eat in Tokyo

Ginza Kojyu

If you want to experience kaiseki dining, then this is where you need to go. Arguably one of the best restaurants in Tokyo, the cozy interior creates a homely atmosphere as you watch your meal being prepared at the counter. The seasonal menu emphasises traditional Japanese cuisine, along with a few experimental dishes that will leave you blown away. Reserve your table to avoid disappointment.

Ishikawa

Owned by the world-renowned Joël Robuchon, this delightful restaurant offers an outstanding take on modern French cuisine in the heart of Japan. There’s several set menus, along with an excellent selection of à la carte options that have all the tasty and rigour of typical French food. Make sure to try the Kyoho grape mochi with fresh almond ice cream, soya milk and honey coulis - it’s truly to die for.

Nihonryori RyuGin

Presenting traditional Japanese recipes with a hint of fresh takes, this menu is perfect for the food adventurer and a first timer. Hot and cold dishes dot the menu, offering a whole array to enjoy the tastes of Japan. Feast on the best of Japanese food with a mythical dragon creature decorated all over the walls, plates and artworks. Not to be missed.

Suzu Cafe

Take in one of the best cafes in Tokyo that is stylishly decorated with appealing neon and pastel colors. Order some little nibbles with your coffee to get your day on the right track. Alternatively, you can order rice dishes, pizza, pastas, desserts and salads to recharge you in no time at all. This will soon be your favourite cafe.

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