Updated: November 06, 2018
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Have You Tried High-End Chinese Food in Tokyo?

In Tokyo, variety is almost endless in terms of price-range and cuisines. If you'd like to try something a little different and invite your date or celebrate a birthday/anniversary at a high-end restaurant, you should try these restaurants. Whether you are looking for Peking, Cantonese or Shanghai cuisine, or even Dimsum, we got you covered! These luxurious restaurants offer a beautiful setting, great service and delicious food...everything you need to create a perfect ambience.

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Hei Fung Terrace

Hei Fung Terrace is between the Hibuya and the Yurakucho station, on the second floor of the Peninsula hotel. The Hong Kong native Chef To, prepares fine Cantonese cuisine with a particular concern for fine ingredients and a balanced nutrition. The dinner course starts at ¥10,980; and lunch starts at ¥4,980 per person.

Fureika

A few minute walk from Azabu-juban station, this restaurant's fancy decor sets the stage for the delicious meal to come. If you want to splurge a little and treat your or your loved one to a nice Chinese meal, this is the place to go. It's Pekingese, Cantonese and Shanghai cuisine.

The lunch course (on weekdays) starts at ¥2,500, and at ¥3,600 on weekdays and holidays. The dinner course starts at ¥14,040.

Cantonese cuisine Ryutenmon

A little over 10 minutes by foot from Ebisu station, close to the Museum of Yebisu beer, is Ryutenmon. This Michelin starred restaurant, celebrates Cantonese cuisine.
The lunch set starts at ¥3,550, and the dinner course is between ¥10,000 and ¥33,000. You should try the dimsum for lunch!

Amber Palace

https://www.palacehoteltokyo.com/restaurant/amber-palace/
Close to Otemachi station, in the Palace hotel, Amber Palace is next to the Imperial Palace. Amber Palace has a gorgeous setting, with a beautiful view, what a great place to bring a date!
Lunch is between ¥3,500 (for the dim sum set) and ¥17,000; Dinner is between ¥7,600 -¥30,000.
The dimsum is affordable and delicious, if you want to splurge a little, try the Peking duck...incredible! It is probably one of the best Chinese restaurants in Tokyo.
https://www.palacehoteltokyo.com/restaurant/amber-palace/

Le Parc

Le Parc is located in Ebisu, a few minutes from the station, and behind the parc, it is a great place to have reasonably priced Dimsum. Despite the French name and appearance of the restaurant, it is one of the best places to have Hong Kong style dimsum in Tokyo!

The lunch course starts at ¥2,380, and the dinner course starts ¥4,990.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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