Whether it’s authentic Japanese at Wadakura or refined Chinese at Amber Palace, each of the hotel’s dining destinations represent some of the best restaurants in Tokyo, promising a culinary experience as original and memorable as its setting.
Anchoring the airy main lobby, our all-day dining venue Grand Kitchen mirrors the atmosphere of the main gathering place of a grand residence – complete with an open kitchen.
For in-house guests, in-room dining is also available 24 hours a day.
Scheduled to open Friday, November 1, 2019.
The Marunouchi outpost of Michelin-starred Chef Shinji Kanesaka and his team.
Closed on Sunday, July 28, 2019.
Palace Hotel Tokyo’s wonderfully situated bars and lounges round out Tokyo’s most dynamic eating and drinking collective.
For ultimate exclusivity, the Club Lounge located on the southeast corner of the 19th floor, is available to our suite and Club guests.
Reflecting the style of the original Royal Bar, its incarnation is as classic as a martini.
A refined afternoon tea setting by day, a chic cocktail lounge by night. Live Jazz nightly.
A cozy, intimate perch from which to soak in views of the gardens and skyline that surround.
At Sweets & Deli, the hotel’s very own cake and pastry shop, the chocolate is homemade and the breads freshly baked.
Indeed, many of the sweets, breads and pastries found in the hotel’s restaurants and lounges can be found here.
And new creations abound with each season…