4.3 km
Karin (ANA InterContinetal Tokyo)

Tasting Karin’s renowned cold Chinese noodles is the ideal way to beat the summer heat at ANA InterContinental Tokyo’s premier Cantonese 
restaurant. Served through Aug. 31 these delicious cold soba noodles are available for ¥2,400 (tax excluded) and are a limited summer item loved by ...

4.3 km
Helmsdale

This enthusiasm for things Scottish also extends to the dinner menu at Helmsdale, though many of its dishes hail from south of the border. The starters include kippers, smoked salmon and warm Scotch eggs of far greater delicacy than you would find in the ...

4.3 km
Souen

Thank goodness for Shinya Sakurai. In the year since he opened his elegant boutique-plus-tearoom in the backstreets of Nishi-Azabu, it has become one of the city’s great resources for all things ocha (tea). Its official name is Souen, but it is the English subtitle ...

4.3 km
Brasilica Grill

Brasilica Grill Churrascaria is a newly opened Brazilian barbecue restaurant just two minutes from Akasaka-Mitsuke Station. The restaurant serves all-you-can-eat churrasco (charcoal-grilled meat), along with a buffet that offers traditional Brazilian favorites. Customers can enjoy various cuts of perfectly seasoned meat, including rump, ribs, cupim ...

4.3 km
Tempura Uoshin

Review excerpt: Tradition, craftsmanship, and understated refinement. These are attributes expected of any place serving traditional Japanese cuisine of a certain quality. When it comes to tempura, those same values are every bit as important. Among Tokyo’s specialist restaurants, Tempura Uoshin in Nishi-Azabu may not ...

4.3 km
Nakamura Shokudo

It also has an excellent and eclectic menu -- just as you'd expect from any spinoff of the wonderful (and rather more sophisticated) Namikibashi Nakamura in Shibuya. Naturally there's a strong emphasis on good regional sake and shochu, plus great seasonal seafood.

4.4 km
Shonzui

The menu at Shonzui, chalked on a huge blackboard in the cheerfully cramped dining room, includes a generous charcuterie platter built around homemade pates and terrines, stick-to-your-ribs cassoulet and massive wagyu steaks as thick as phone directories. Needless to say, red is the predominant ...

4.4 km
Esperia

Just about all of his dishes feature cheese in one form or another. Indeed, Mori was named a chevalier of France's Confrerie du Taste-Fromage, making him Japan's first ever "knight of cheese." Those who share his enthusiasm can order his ¥7,000 top-of-the-line "cheese course" ...