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The Michelin Guide has consistently awarded more stars to Tokyo dining establishments than any other city in the world. I created this blog as my personal Tokyo restaurant guide, but I hope you will also enjoy reading it. If you have been to any of the same places feel free to leave some comments about your own experiences.



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Monday, 12 January 2015

Andaz Tavern, Toranomon Hills アンダーズ タヴァン 虎ノ門ヒルズ

Sitting atop the latest 'Hills' development in Tokyo, Toranomon Hills,  the Andaz is one of the newest additions to the Tokyo five-star hotel scene. A member of the Hyatt group, Andaz is a design-driven hotel which aims to immerse the guest in a contemporary world of Japanese culture (and the culture of wherever they are situated around the world). Great idea.

On New Year's Eve last year, I had the opportunity to try the Andaz Tavern on the 51st floor. The hotel had prepared a set menu and entertainment through the evening until the countdown. All in all, I found everything to be extremely well done and at the end of the evening the manager came personally to wish a happy new year. The food was superb and the paired wines, although middle of the road level, were very appropriate and tasty. Very much appreciated.

This is an extremely well run hotel by the look of it.




Sky high cocktail bar



Starter of snow crab and apple effiloche? (that's a new one), torched scallop, grapefruit, crab aspic

 

Champagne soup and caviar


Duck confit ravioli with gruyère cheese crème and Périgord truffle (fantastic - and my dining partner doesn't like truffles so I had a double serving!!!)


Some cute lambies cames to visit during the meal


Japanese F1 beef sirloin with parmesan and saffron crust, celeriac and green peppercorn sauce (absolutely delish was this one)


Pretty good musicians were laid on between courses


Chocolate ball with pastry crème, champagne jelly, tonka bean ice cream 




http://tokyo.andaz.hyatt.jp/en/hotel/dining/andaz-tavern.html
03-6830-7739

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