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Features lacquered beams and pillars, as well as walls covered with Bengala-vermillion plaster and a mosaic wall. The restaurant has an atmosphere where art-nouveau and Japanese style meet, and it is just like a museum. All private rooms are equipped with hot griddles, where your dedicated chef cooks in front of you. You can overlook Omotesando Street from the fully encased glass counter seats.
$75 - $326
Reservations, Private Dining, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards
Overall had a good experience and good service .... it was initially worth it value wise EXCEPT that my wife and I ordered a side of rice.
Apparently, that came at about $70. It was simply rice and garlic... which at best was average I...More
A great place for a business dinner or a romantic date!
Very appealing & ethnic decor, great view of the city and private dining areas served by a personal Butler and a Chef!
3 fix price menus at different price points. The quantity doesn’t change...More
Thanks to a certain US President dining at the Ginza branch it's nearly impossible to make a reservation. Do keep trying. This place has food that will make you weep. The dessert course--ask to sit outside if at all possible. Divine.
Started lunch late but still thoroughly enjoyed 3+ hours here with my Japanese friends, chatting to the Teppanyaki chef and relaxing in the dessert lounge overlooking Ometesando hills. The food, service and atmosphere are always outstanding. Bravo!
Do yourself a favour and come here. It's the best!
We wanted to go to a Michelin Star restaurant while we were in Tokyo as Tokyo has the most Michelin Starred restaurants of any city in the world. We decided to go to this restaurant,...More
Ukai-Tei Ometesando has a small relaxing reception bar to wait, where a pleasant lady from New Caledonia served me refreshing tea. I dined here last year in one of the private rooms for groups, but this time with just one Friend, we sat at the...More
It’s for sure one of the finest places to visit if you are a fine meat lover and/or refined shellfish connoisseur! Their meat is amazing! Don’t go for the Kobe option as the meat in the menu is more superior! The Abalone (AWABE) is Live...More
I have been to Kobe and this place is still a winner IMO.
Lunch is, of course, the cheaper option.
Prawn Appetizer was good.
Fish was cooked perfectly.
Beef melted in your mouth.
Rice was perfumy buttery and garlicky.
Desserts were good too, spoilt for...More
First time to Ukai Tei, we went to the Omotesando branch. Very nicely decorated, with helpful and attentive service staff. The teppanyaki chefs are not dedicated to a certain diner but rotates around to cook the dishes for you. There are three set dinner options,...More
They kept us waiting for more then 40 minutes. when i tried to ask for my table and raised my voice, suddenly they gave us the seats,
Nice decor, great view, Food was really good, and the desert room impeccable. But after what happened at...More
There are countless opportunities to shop in the Shibuya and Harajuku districts, especially in shops that focus on Japan's "Kawaii" culture. The trendiest areas are around Shibuya’s Center district, Harajuku's Takeshita-dori and in Omotesando. If you need to recharge from all the shopping, you can easily refresh yourself in Meiji Jingu or Sasaki Park. In contrast, Ebisu has a more grown up ambiance of calm and cool.
At the Museum of Yebisu Beer you can learn about the beer that was responsible for the town’s name, and enjoy dining at the popular noodle shops in the surrounding area.
We tried the restaurant at Ginza, very nice interiors and is on the ground level. We had the set menus which have goid beef and we felt the amount of food was just enough as it gives you room for dessert later. The desserts... More
We tried the restaurant at Ginza, very nice interiors and is on the ground level. We had the set menus which have goid beef and we felt the amount of food was just enough as it gives you room for dessert later. The desserts are very nice too.