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On the fifth floor, Amber Palace plates Shanghainese and Cantonese cuisines in a setting decorated in rich amber hues, accented by silken walls and antique Chinese wooden panels. Leveraging the culinary expertise of the Michelin-starred Chugoku Hanten Group, menu highlights include Beijing-style roast duck, dim sum and steamed abalone.
On the hotel’s sixth floor, the original Palace Hotel’s French restaurant Crown makes a return appearance. Poised and sophisticated, its elegant design celebrates the feminine mystique via softly lit, curving ceilings and plush upholstered chairs. The menu reflects a collaboration with Michelin-starred Patrick Henriroux of La Pyramide in France.
Executive Chef: Manabu Ichizuka
Manager: Kenji Sato
At the hotel’s all-day restaurant, guests can dine al fresco moat-side on a spacious terrace or cozy up by a larger-than-life fireplace while enjoying the bustle of the open-style show kitchen.
Executive Chef: Eiji Okamura
Manager: Toru Koiwa
With an interior that seats 50 and an outdoor terrace that seats 25, the intimate Lounge Bar Privé’s sixth floor perch offers a vantage point for Tokyo’s vibrant business district and the Imperial Palace gardens. The cosmopolitan menu includes selections referencing American and French classics, with Japanese touches throughout.
Manager: Takao Usui
The Royal Bar, a classic from the original Palace Hotel, was brought back to life with plush velvets, rich leathers and exquisite woodwork--and they’re still smoking cigars and mixing martinis the old-fashioned way. The counter is actually a restoration of the original 1961 bar designed by “Mr. Martini,” the hotel’s first and long-time bartender.
Manager: Mitsuru Morita
Operated by Michelin-starred Shinji Kanesaka, the hotel’s 20-seat sushi bar is housed in the hotel’s signature Japanese restaurant Wadakura. Kanesaka’s one and only outpost in the prestigious Marunouchi district serves up some of the city’s finest dishes, artfully prepared by skilled celebrants of sushi.
Taking center stage in the main lobby, the hotel’s most convivial gathering spot is marked by a towering fireplace to one side and a grand white Steinway on the other. By day, kimono-clad staff serve a contemporary twist on Japanese afternoon tea. After sunset, the cozy setting morphs into a buzzy, chic cocktail lounge.
The hotel’s signature Japanese restaurant offers a quartet of spectacular dining options, including a sushi outpost operated by Michelin-starred Shinji Kanesaka as well as an authentic tempura bar called Tatsumi and a theatrical teppanyaki grill named Go. Additional offerings include set shabu-shabu, sukiyaki and kaiseki courses.
Executive Chef: Keiji Miyabe
Manager: Hiroaki Iizuka
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