The Hotel Okura Tokyo, which opened in 1962, will start a rebuilding project on its main building in September, and restaurants and bars in the building will be relocated to the South Wing to continue operations. However, not all restaurants will make the move.
The Orchid Room, Terrace Restaurant and the Chinese restaurant Starlight will unfortunately end their services in August, and will offer farewell menus before closing their doors.
The Orchid Room will present the Memorial Dinner Course featuring fresh abalone with a rich liver sauce and a grilled fillet of Japanese beef with red wine sauce, a longtime menu favorite. It will be available on weekdays between July 1 and Aug. 28 for ¥18,000 per person.
The Terrace Restaurant will have six kinds of U.S. beef dishes during its American Beef Fair running from July 1 to Aug. 31. A succulent 200-gram sirloin steak will be available at ¥4,200, while boiled thinly sliced sirloin with green onion sauce will be available for ¥3,100.
At Starlight, an eight-dish Reikahassai Chinese dinner course will be available for ¥12,960 per person between July 1 and Aug. 31. The course features braised whole shark fin with a winter melon and crabmeat sauce.
An additional 10% service fee will be charged unless otherwise specified.
Loyal customers and first-timers are all welcome to enjoy these memorable menus.