Updated： November 07, 2018
5 Best High-End Restaurants In And Around The Palace Hotel Tokyo
The Palace Hotel Tokyo is a gourmet hot spot that boasts high-end acclaimed restaurants of international cuisine. Here are the best places to have a memorable meal near the hotel!
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The restaurant CROWN on the 6th floor of the hotel is one of the best in the Tokyo Station area for high-end French cuisine. Prices range from about ¥6,000 to ¥10,000 for lunch and ¥15,000 to ¥20,000 for dinner. The view from the restaurant is stunning.
Amber Palace Kohakukyu 琥珀宮
On the 5th floor of the hotel, there is a Chinese restaurant that is quite arguably one of the best in Japan. For dinner, they have courses that range in price from ¥13,000 to ¥30,000. All of them have Pekin duck, which is the restaurant's signature dish. For lunch, some courses are surprisingly affordable. One of them is only ¥3,240 and includes 5 selected dim sum, appetizers and fried rice. The Pekin Duck lunch course is ¥6,000.
Sushi Kanesaka 鮨かねさか
For an outstanding, authentic sushi experience around Tokyo Station, look no further. Sushi Kanesaka is a Michelin-starred sushi bar also located on the 6th floor of the hotel. It has a beautiful clean-lined traditional wooden interior. You can eat at the counter or in the private room for up to 8 people. Reservations are a must. The lunch courses start at ¥6,500 and the dinner courses start at ¥15,000.
Heinz Beck is an innovative Italian-based cuisine fusion restaurant that has been awarded a Michelin star. Courses are between ¥12,000 to ¥19,000. Pictured above is a pork fillet with Japanese miso and herbs. Its delicate desserts that look like works of art are also highly praised.
The Garden Tower is located right next to the Palace Hotel.
POINT ET LIGNE
POINT ET LIGNE is an extremely popular bistro cafe that serves some of the best bread in Tokyo made in-house from top quality Japanese wheat. Served in sets that come with freshly baked bread, you can order things such as a ratatouille, spicy chicken or seasonal salads for about ¥1,500. If you go there for the dinner time, there is a table charge of ¥500 but you can have all the house-made bread you want at no extra charge.
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