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We came here for lunch ( omakase lunch @ 3000 yen and dinner at 6000). We were seated at the sushi counter and the sushi chef was able to communicate in English and explain to us what’s being served. There is no menu for food...More
It’s Omakase menu only, but they can accommodate food allergies. Highly recommend making an advance reservation. For non-Japanese speaker, have your hotel concierge do it. We had our hotel book 3-weeks in advance. Lunch and dinner, ~¥6,000 (crazy value for quality and amount of food)....More
[Complaint] We arrived at 1130. Then we waited outside for 30 min but the queue was not moving. Then waiter Mr. A came out and told us to walk round and came back at 1300. So we left the queue. We came back after 20min...More
Omakase is a Japanese phrase that means "I'll leave it up to you" aka chef's choice.
At Manten Sushi, the 6000 yen Omakase dinner, is your only option, which I think is unlikely to disappoint those who are willing to take the leap of faith....More
dinner at the 13 seat counter is mandatory omikase, but the quality and variety of the chef's selections are both extremely satisfying and challenging. Were the price double, it would be reasonable; triple would be believable; but at 6000Y/pp it probably Tokyo's best haute cuisine...More
Came here for dinner based on recommendations. Lived up to expectations. Fantastic quality of food and plenty of it. Good value (although not cheap) given the quality of produce being served. Well paced and didn’t feel rushed. Easily accessible from local metro and was not...More
This place is on the basement level of an office building, along with a number of other small speciality booth restaurants. It was beautifully appointed in pale woods, two chefs worked in front of patrons, reaching over the counter with delicious tiny clam soup, egg...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular