Open Hours: 11.30a-2.30p; 5.30p-10.30p Mon-Sat; 5.30p-10p Sun
It takes but one step inside to realize why Hotel magazine calls this "one of the ten great hotels of the world." Located on the 52nd floor of the ... More
New York Grill
It takes but one step inside to realize why Hotel magazine calls this "one of the ten great hotels of the world." Located on the 52nd floor of the Shinjuku Park Tower, it, with its floor-to-ceiling windows, affords spectacular views of downtown Tokyo. Massive Italian paintings, vaulted ceilings and leather cushioned chairs add to the "wow-factor." Not to be outdone, the kitchen serves a spectacular continental menu with such dishes as steak tartar (JPY4,000), grilled veal scallopini (JPY5,000) and plenty of seafood options as well. The wine list features only California vintages.
The hotel is outstanding, and instead of the New York Grill, the Japanese restaurant on the 40th floor is great. Tonight, arriving for a late dinner, we easily received a non-smoking window table and were guided past the kitchen which was lovely. The view is great. Our waiter could not handle the abnormal request for both a sake menu and the bar's drink menu (in addition to the wine and champagne menus they bring) plus a basket of bread. Bread and water only arrived after our drinks were sorted and delivered, not first. Limited sake availability (one?), poor Sauvignon Blanc, poor cocktails (last night's and tonight's). The appetizer of crab cake w/crab legs was mixed. Fabulous crab cake, messy/so-so legs. Bread wasn't the best and sort of warm with very hard-cold butter. Dinner of scallops was pretty good, and the roast chicken was nicely very moist. Side of duck fat fries was nice. Side of pumpkin was terrible. Sent back the hard and dry dish only to get another just as dry and powdery. Again, the Japanese restaurant was great and no where near as packed. A real opportunity over this average fare.
Food was okay but one member of our party had to send their dish back. Not normally one to complain but the steak was dry, chewy, and looked like the bottom of a shoe. The lamb was good but the other dishes were just okay. Had better in much cheaper places.
From the moment the lift doors opened we were in heaven (52 floors up, we were in heaven) The service was warm and friendly, the lights were dim and the view was spectacular. This was a special occasion dinner for my daughter, and the staff made us feel like we were the only people in the restaurant. The food was absolutely magnificent. I had the blackened swordfish and my daughter had the roasted spring chicken. We also shared the dessert tasting plate for two which was a work of art! Drinks at the bar afterwards listening to the fantastic Jazz band and our evening was complete. I can't imagine how it could have been more perfect. Yes, it is expensive, but this restaurant is really something special!
This was a wonderful restaurant...the food excellent,service was the best you could ask for, and the live band pulled evrything together.it was a wonderful experience and i recemend it to anyone in the area.
My wife and I have been to many restaurants with so
called great names here and in Sydney but nothing compares to the outstanding quality of food and service.
I really believe if you are going to go to a restaurant like this you should not worry about the price and just savour the experience.
Having been there no less than twenty times I can tell you if you are wanting to savour great food and get impeccable service this is the restaurant to go to at least once if not twice.
My partner and I went to the New York Grill to celebrate. It was definitely what we expected. The food was delicious, and the staff pleasant. The night we went, there was a good jazz band playing. Overall a great resturant for a romantic dinner but not if you're vegetarian or not big on meat.
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