Kyoto Tsuruya at Peninsula Tokyo
It’s within the plush Peninsula Tokyo that you’ll find the sister restaurant of famous Kyoto restaurant Tsuruya, which dates back to 1928 and has played host to members of the Imperial family and international royalty. This Tokyo offshoot serves the same kaiseki-style cuisine as the original, giving guests a truly authentic Japanese fine dining experience. Each delicate dish within this cuisine pays homage to the season while exhibiting long-held culinary tradition and meticulous craftsmanship, and showcasing the finest ingredients of Japan’s master producers. Set menus here include the tempura set consisting of an appetizer, a selection of tempura with rice, miso soup and other accompaniments, and a kaiseki option, which incorporates dishes such as teriyaki beef, sushi and local fish. The dining room is modern in design but still distinctly Japanese with a main dining area, five private rooms and the tempura bar to choose between.