Located on the main lobby level and discreetly tucked away behind a single door, Royal Bar is as classic as a martini.
Indeed, the bar counter itself is a meticulous restoration of the one from the original Royal Bar first opened at Palace Hotel in 1961, where the hotel’s first chief bartender, ‘Mr. Martini’, held court for years.
The dark-wood, deep-leather, plush-velvet alcove’s brooding appeal draws serious aficionados of the finest cigars and top-shelf liquors to what is arguably one of the most sophisticated bars in Tokyo.
*Please refrain from casual clothing such as beach sandals and men’s sleeveless shirts. Guests in casual attire may be asked to refrain from entering the restaurant.
*Reservations are not accepted
*Minors under the age of 19 are not permitted
*Please refrain from using laptops at the counter. If you wish to use your laptops, please take a table seat.
*No smoking for hygiene measures until further notice.
HOURS OF OPERATION
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LOCATION | Lobby Level
DRESS CODE | Smart Casual
SEATS | 25
T: +81 3 3211 5318
*All prices are inclusive of 10% service charge and consumption tax.
*Menus and prices are subject to change without notice.
Succulent Kyoho grapes are accented by the scent of bergamot in a martini.
Or the refined sweetness of figs is blended into a whisky sour.
Innovative fresh fruit cocktails are intoxicating discoveries.
October 1 (Fri.) – 15 (Fri.)
Kyoho Grape & Earl Grey Martini | JPY 2,670
A rich flavor of Kyoho grape along with the aroma of orange and bergamot.
Fig Whisky Sour | JPY 2,670
A marrying of the elegant sweetness of fig with the fragrant whiskey.
October 16 (Sat.) – November 30 (Tue.)
Pear & Dill French Gimlet | JPY 2,670
A silky & smooth taste of pear with an accent of herbal dill.
Marron Alexander | JPY 2,670
An original cocktail reminiscent of Palace Hotel Tokyo’s sweet Marron Chantilly signature dessert.
October 1 (Fri.) – November 30 (Tue.)
Bollinger Special Cuvée | Glass JPY 3,270 / Bottle JPY 16,000
Choosing the bartender’s path in 1994, Ohtake honed his skills primarily in hotel bars.
After winning the Diageo Reserve World Class Japan competition in 2011, he was named Bartender of the Year in the international competition.
While honoring tradition, he constantly monitors world trends to create innovative cocktails.