We just arrived from Tokyo and we're hungry. Eating at a hotel restaurant can be hit or miss. This was definitely a hit as the food, service and dessert were wonderful. The salads for lunch were large and the turnip soup was the best I...More
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Excellent hotel dining room serving upscale French and Japanese cuisine. Professional service complete an exceptional dining experience
The first night, we had diner in the french restaurant which was very good and the second night we had diner at the sushi restaurant, that was a really incredible experience, where the food was prepared in front of you by a sushi chef.
We enjoyed our dinner which was "franco-inspired" and well executed. Quality of the raw materials was very high and the chefs in the open kitchen showed great skills and focus. Two areas for improvement - the wine list is too small for a French restaurant...More
My husband and I had dinner in the French Dining Room because we were staying in the hotel, there are few nearby options, and we were exhausted, but it was such a happy accident! Everything was fantastic - the food, the service, the wine list...More
Stayed at the Hyatt and reserved one dinner at the Dining Room. It didn't disappoint. We had onion gratin soup (seems very popular in Japan) - delicious. Then both had steak. My steak frites was cooked medium rare with a herb butter and French fries....More
This is consistently an exceptional restaurant that is worthy of the travel alone. The staff, wine list and food combine with a relaxed chic setting make for a wonderful evening.
We had a very good dinner in this restaurant on the first evening whilst staying at the Hyatt. Though the second evening whilst fine was not as inventive and good as the previous night. Breakfasts are also taken in this restaurant and there was a...More
At 730, the restaurant opened for breakfast. Japan is such an industrialized and industrious country where people work long hours. Yet breakfast is not served until 730. Coffee and tea is available from 7-10am however in the Living Room. As with all Japanese hotels (at...More
My wife and I ate in the Dining Room, which is in the Hyatt hotel. The food and service were very good. I must eat gluten free and they had no problems accommodating my needs