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Fill Up on International Cuisine at These Tokyo Hotels

Paul Feinstein | June 29, 2018

Tokyo is one of the culinary capitals of the world. And for all the sushi, shabu-shabu, tempura, and tonkatsu you eat, there is also some of the best international cuisine as well. One of the best kept Tokyo secrets is that you can get Italian food better than in Italy, French cuisine better than in France, and Chinese delicacies better than in China. Don’t believe us? Check out these international spots that are a cut above the rest of the world.


Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

Why it made the list

Claiming to be the first Korean restaurant in any hotel in Tokyo, Gokoku-Tei has Korean BBQ treats down to a science. Get your kimchi, galbi, and bulgogi fix here.

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Palace Hotel Tokyo

Why it made the list

Inside the ultra-lux Palace hotel is Amber Palace, a Chinese restaurant for the ages. Whether you like Peking duck or dim sum on Sundays, this Shanghaiese and Cantonese spot will sate your Chinese appetite.

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Hotel New Otani Tokyo

Why it made the list

For a little Americana kitsch in your Japanese diet, check out Trader Vic’s. Originally established in San Francisco, this tiki-themed bar and restaurant offers a wide range of South Pacific and international cuisine like chicken curry sambal or Prawns San Francisco.

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The Peninsula Tokyo

Why it made the list

Sometimes you just want a steak and Peter at the Peninsula delivers exactly that. To go with insane views and modern design, the restaurant serves slabs of Japanese beef tenderloin that literally melts in your mouth.

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Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

Why it made the list

Sure, there are three separate Michelin-starred restaurants inside the Mandarin, but if you want something simple, check out The Pizza Bar on 38th. Here, expert chefs hand toss dough into a brick burning oven for gooey, melty pizza perfection.

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Park Hyatt Tokyo

Why it made the list

Head to the New York bar on the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt where you’ll indulge in incredible cocktails and stellar vistas of the city. But what you need to know is that the Wagyu cheese burger is likely the best burger iteration you’ll ever devour in your life.

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ANA InterContinental Tokyo

Why it made the list

Internationally renowned chef Pierre Gagnaire brings his eponymous French restaurant to the ANA Intercontinental. Here, you’ll find a two-star Michelin spot with some of the most meticulous and mouthwatering French cuisine on the planet.

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Aman Tokyo

Why it made the list

If you’re tired of Japanese food, don’t hesitate to check out Arva, an Italian joint inside the Aman Hotel. The masterful chef has some of the most creative takes on Italian cuisine. Check out the Cacio e Pepe that rivals the best in Rome.

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