Visited the HRC Roppongi recently on a Friday evening, wrapping up a week of business in Japan. As Tokyo HRC was my first HRC outside North America many (many) years ago, I thought with a free evening I'd stop back in to experience some nostalgia.
It was quite busy when I arrived at 10 PM. There were no seats at the bar, though it is a small bar with perhaps 8 seats. No one was at the door to greet, so I sat myself at the shared center countertop in the bar area. Service was slow, though it appeared several of the other tables were engaged in long discussions about the menu with the single server. After about 10 minutes with no server, I walked back to the entrance to ask for a menu, and to ask if I should be ordering from the bartenders or if a server would visit. The greeter took my order and my cold beer was on its way.
Food was good (chicken quesadillas) and met all my other HRC food experiences, so was happy with that. Service picked up later as I had a few more drinks.
Pricing is higher than average for this sort of establishment in Tokyo.
Smoking is annoying, but hey, this is Tokyo.
Overall a good experience, I will return if I'm in town and have a bit of time to venture to Roppongi.
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