Updated: November 07, 2018
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The Top 10 Best Restaurants in Roppongi!

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Here's where to have the best possible dining experience of your life in Roppongi, Tokyo! These are the 10 best restaurants in Tokyo, all genres included.

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L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon

L'atelier de Joël Robuchon is a must-try restaurant in Roppongi. In 2003, Joël Robuchon opened L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon in Roppongi, Tokyo. This restaurant was awarded 2 prestigious Michelin stars!
At L'atelier de Joël Robuchon, you can enjoy delicate French cuisine in a comfortable setting. You can sit at the long counter, and exchange with the chefs while they prepare the dishes in front of your eyes. Here, the cuisine is seen as an art you can enjoy with all of your senses.

Downtown B's Indian Kitchen

Downtown B's Indian Kitchen is a tiny restaurant in the heart of Roppongi. What you will find here is delicious and carefully made Indian cuisine which is also reasonably-priced and a friendly owner. The chicken curries are around 1,000 yen. They also have a lot of vegetarian options, which is fantastic if you are one yourself or if you're travelling with one.

Roppongi Robataya (六本木炉端や)

Robataya is a unique cooking style from Miyagi Prefecture, which consists of fresh ingredients cooked before your eyes on a BBQ. You can ask the chef what you want and he will cook it for you and hand it over to you on a sort of wooden paddle. It makes for a fun and lively experience that you should experience at least once in Japan! The courses are about 10,000 yen, 8,000 yen for the vegetarian course and 15,000 for the chef's recommendation.

Jomon Roppongi (ジョウモン 六本木店)

Jomon in Roppongi is a trendy, yet authentic yakitori (grilled chicken) restaurant. The staff is very friendly and speaks English, but if ordering makes you nervous, you can get the course. It's only 3,980 yen and it's also all-you-can-drink for 2 hours! Not bad at all!
This place is rather small so it is not a place for groups, it is easier to be only two people.

Narisawa

The chef Yoshihiro has put particular detail into the core theme of each dish he brings to life. Matching the smell, texture, and landscape of the ingredients he brings a certain aspect of nature to his creations. He wants guests to fall in love with the Japanese seasons and take them on an adventure through food.
Narisawa serves a "Omakase-style" course, literally meaning the create a daily tailored set menu for their guests. They also cater for dietary restrictions or allergies - just mention it to them when you make a reservation.
There's also a huge selection of sake available for pairing with your meal.
Lunch 12pm ~ (L.O 1pm): 25,000 yen (29,700 yen inc. tax and service fee)
Dinner 6:30pm ~ (L.O. 9pm): 30,000 yen (35,640 yen incl. tax and service)

Mon cher ton ton Roppongi

This upscale restaurant serves incredible Kobe beef. Their specialty is the delicious sauce they use to cook the steak, as well as the Japanese sense of hospitality. The lunch course starts at ¥7,560 and comes with different types of teppan-grilled appetizers, Wagyu beef, etc.
The dinner course starts at ¥15,120 with teppan-grilled seafood, vegetables and prime Wagyu!

Kobe Beef Kaiseki 511

As you may have guessed from the restaurant's name, they specialize in Kobe beef dishes. The lunch set is very affordable and starts at ¥1,200. For a more luxurious set, you can have the charcoal cooked sirloin steak or filet for ¥9,500 and ¥12,300 respectively. The dinner is "kaiseki-style" which is a series of small and delicate dishes. The course is between ¥8,000 and ¥15,800. You can also for an excellent wine pairing.

Ise Sueyoshi

A tiny kaiseki restaurant with only a few seats in the restaurant. The chef will take the time to explain the story behind each dish and where the ingredients are from. The cuisine is simply outstanding!

Hard Rock Cafe

Tokyo has had it's very own Hard Rock Cafe since 1983 when the first location opened in Roppongi. The iconic chain quickly became a gathering place for rock lovers in Tokyo. It's conveniently located in Roppongi, an area very popular with western tourists.
This is the ultimate burger found at Hard Rock Cafe. For a hefty 1,980 yen it can be yours. Sounds expensive but you shouldn't be too hungry after eating it because it contains smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, a fried onion ring, some lettuce and a slice of tomato.
Of course, Hard Rock Cafe is well-known for its wide selection of funky cocktails and other drinks. The average price is around 1,000 yen. You can also get super rich, cream topped coffee cocktails made from Baileys Irish Cream.

Ippudo Roppongi

The classic ramen here is shiromaru, it is made with pork broth and Ippudo's dashi (fish broth), thin noodles and chasu (pork belly), and different toppings.
What's special about this ramen is that they follow the traditional recipe for Hakata tonkotsu ramen, the noodles are made with a special blend of wheat which gives it just the right texture, and the "kaeshi" is made with soy sauce from Kyushuu. You need to taste it for yourself to see. A bowl of ramen is less than 1,000 yen for a normal-sized bowl.

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