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“A bit pricey but nice”
Review of Keyakizaka

Keyakizaka
Ranked #52 of 11,231 Restaurants in Minato
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $50 - $260
Cuisines: Japanese
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Good for: Special occasions
Dining options: Reservations
Neighborhood: Akasaka / Roppongi
Description: Keyakizaka is an innovative Teppanyaki restaurant that features an array of market fresh seasonal meats, seafood, poultry and vegetables. Ingredients are prepared Teppanyaki-style, incorporating international flavours and aspects from around the world. Displays of produce can be seen throughout the restaurant, allowing guests to choose and order anything they like from our skilled chefs.
Reviewed December 22, 2012 via mobile

Great meal and great ambience. Staffs are incredibly friendly. I had lunch here few times and found it very satisfying every time. I am not a big fan of the garlic rice that comes with the course but except that everything is very very good.

5  Thank Claire K
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Reviewed September 11, 2012

Enjoyed my first (but hopefully not last) Kobe beef at Keyakizaka in June. It was served teppanyaki style, cooked to perfection with great quality vegetables, a divine miso paste sauce and a mild tomato sauce. The private cook was was so kind, he really took the time to talk with use about the ingredients and the food. When I had some difficulties deciding which wine to choose, our waiter brought me a sample of each wine served by the glass. A fabolous Châteauneuf du Pape Château de Beaucastel won the tasting and turned out to be a great match for the beef.
After the beef course, which was served by the teppanyaki stove, we were shown to a calm lounge area for dessert. The Yuzu sherbet with Champagne was a great ending to an absolutely amazing gastronomy experience. One of my most expensive meals yet, but worth every yen!

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2  Thank A_Warners
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Reviewed September 6, 2012

Keyakizaka is one of ten restaurants in the Grant Hyatt Hotel in Roppongi. You sit at the communal bar for dinner and watch the chef wield his magic with the freshest produce displayed in beautiful baskets, cut portions of marbleized beef before cooking them to perfection atop the long grill surface directly in front you ( not to worry-- there is a powerful exhaust system at work), and cook portions of rice and vegetables inside a clear plastic pouch which he assembles himself. You watch the contents bubbling inside and expanding the pouch. Service is seamless. After the meal, you are ushered to an adjoining lounge to enjoy dessert while sitting on comfortable sofas. The entire experience is delightful and, of course, expensive-- about $425 for two!

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2  Thank Close2manhattan
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Reviewed April 28, 2012 via mobile

Modern take on teppanyaki mixing traditional courses with dishes like seared tuna with guacamole and seafood stew cooked in a small pot directly on the teppan. Great food and like all of the restaurants in the Grand Hyatt great service. For very traditional teppanyaki there are other options in Tokyo but this is my preference. Lunch is much more affordable than dinner.

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Thank Currypow
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Reviewed April 19, 2012

Excellent teppanyaki restaurant in Roppongi Hills. Great decor and service and I really recommend the tasting course - 4 types of delicious beef - and the potatoes and cheese. The desserts are also cooked in front of you - the chocolate one is excellent. Only drawback is that it can get expensive when you have wine. Great place to impress clients or a date.

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Thank TeejTeejTeej
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