An impressive glass doorway marked with modern gold sculptures marks the entrance to this Michelin-starred, westernized teppanyaki (iron griddle) house, where chef Sung Lee chats in English with counter-seated guests as he prepares seasonal specialties such as salted, roasted abalone, grilled eel with truffles, smoked salmon, and the restaurant's siganture tender black beef. As an alternative to the curved, polished wood counter laid with crystal and china dinnerware, diners can opt for a private room furnished with dark wood furniture and gilded wall panels.
Before or after dining, stop in at nearby Takashimaya Nihonbashi, Tokyo's most famous upscale department store.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Destination Dining
- Handicapped Accessible
- Notable Chef
Cuisine Type:: Japanese/Sushi