First time in Tokyo so have little to compare it to here, but the food was deliciious. I had the "A" menu (the least expensive), and each course was terrific. Tuna, a delicious white fish, sirloin - all great. I don't generally like miso soup that much, but this one was really good. And then the clafoutis for desert, with vanilla ice cream on top, was the best of all. Worth going for that alone. And having everything prepared right in front of you by a friendly chef is fun. As others have said, it's not easy to find. It's on the fourth floor in the Grand Hyatt. Ask in the lobby how to get to it. And make sure you don't have a low limit on your credit card. It is not inexpensive.
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