7 Of Tokyo’s Best Valentine’s Day Exclusive Dinner Plans
The City's Most Romantic Dinner Spots For A Night To Remember
Get ready for a love-filled delicious dinner on Valentine's Day!
Falling on a Friday, Valentine’s Day is a good reason to leave work early, put your nice(r) clothes on and head out in the city for a better than your usual weekend dinner plan. Whether you’re celebrating with your significant other, a few friends, or even relatives, here are seven of the most romantic restaurants in central Tokyo where you can spend a quality night with great food and some wine this V-Day!
Beautifully decorated all year round, The Peninsula Tokyo’s Peter is one of the most serene places. Atop the 24th floor is their famed panoramic glittering view of the city, making it one of the most romantic locations to dine in. For this Valentine’s Day, Peter is offering a special four-course dinner, which includes their signature dishes, Ehime Date Farm Tuna Carpaccio, Crab Cake, Grilled Prime Wagyu Beef, and a special Valentine’s edition dessert.
Where: Peninsula Hotel Tokyo, 1-8-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
When: Feb. 14-15, 2020. 6 p.m-10 p.m.
Cost: ¥15,000 (per person)
Andaz Tokyo has gone a mile further this romantic season offering not just a special dinner for two, but an actual “Marry Me?” plan for couples that are (most likely) to tie the knot. The restaurant, located on the 51st floor of the luxurious hotel, is a well-known romantic spot with some quality steaks your mouth won’t easily forget. The special plan includes a five-menu signature course for two, a half bottle of Bollinger NV Champagne, a gift set of two Sugahara champagne engraved glasses, a bouquet of fresh flowers and a seasonals shortcake (as if things weren’t sweet enough!). If you’re looking for a place to pop the question, here’s your best shot. And of course, it has your back covered even if you want to stop by just for the steaks, too!
Where: Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills 51F, 1-23-4 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Cost: ¥50,000 for two. For reservations, see here.
Grand Hyatt Tokyo’s famous steakhouse is treating its guests to a very special four-course Valentine’s Day dinner, which features strawberries in each dish. Enjoy beautifully presented plates of grilled scallops with caviar and strawberry sauce, foie gras with homemade strawberry jam, beef tenderloin with strawberry sauce, desserts and more. The dinner will also include a surprise post-dinner cocktail, a box of chocolates and a secret message card to make the evening even better!
Where: Grand Hyatt Tokyo, 6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
When: Feb. 13-15, 2020. 6 p.m.–10 p.m.
Cost: ¥29,000 (per couple)
If love had a color it would be pink, and if it had a scent it would be roses, this restaurant thought and set up an exclusive plan in collaboration with the famous Israeli body care brand Sabon. Named after their latest collection, “White Tea,” the basic dinner plan features a number of rose-inspired dishes, including appetizers, avocado and olives salad, a fish and chicken grilled steak, and a special dessert and coffee (or rosehip tea). Diners will also receive a special discount coupon to use at Sabon Omotesando on their next shopping spree for body lotions and soaps.
Where: 3-6-8 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
When: Now through Feb. 26, 2020. 6 p.m.-10 p.m.
Cost: ¥6,000 per person
Inside the New American Grill, Kanade Terrace, of Hotel Gajoen Tokyo, is a luxurious Valentines Day dinner plan available now all the way through to February 16th. The course features an amuse of cauliflower blanc mange with crab remoulade sauce, an appetiser of salmon tartar with chilled tomato soup, and then the main dish gives you a choice of either a meniere Spanish mackerel with saffron sauce or grilled beef tenderloin with bearnaise sauce. The dessert is the best bit to look forward to, serving up a vacherin glace with wild strawberries in the shape of a heart for those real lovey-dovey feels!
Where: Hotel Gajoen Tokyo, 1-8-1 Shimomeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
When: Now through Feb. 16, 2020. 5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
Cost: ¥7,000 per person
Tableaux Brasserie is a beautiful restaurant in Daikanyama which provides the perfect atmosphere for a truly lovely and romantic dinner. Chef Takeshi Inoue, who was trained at traditional French restaurants and Parisian brasseries, offers a “Valentine Special Course” with a welcome glass of sparkling wine. The main fish dish is a red bream fritter fish soup, and the meat dish is a wellington wagyu beef with black truffle sauce. Their luxurious St. Valentin chocolate dish is the perfect way to end a perfect night.
Where: Brasserie Tableaux Tokyo, B1F Sunroser Daikanyama 11-6, Sarugaku, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
When: Feb. 14-15, 2020. 6 p.m.–12 p.m.
Cost: ¥7,000 (per person)
A special Valentine’s course is available at Ohashi Ebisu Living located on the 5th floor of a restaurant building right next to Ebisu Station. The special Japanese style meal offered also comes with a variety of drinks from sparkling wine to after-meal coffee. You can enjoy a total of eight dishes including fresh fish carpaccio, oyster fries, as well as desserts using gateau chocolates. Enjoy a relaxing night in a peaceful Japanese space with your loved one!
Where: Ohashi Ebisu Living, 1-5-5 Ebisuminami, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
When: Now through Feb. 14, 2020. 6 p.m.–10:30 p.m.
Cost: ¥4,800 (per person)
Have a lovely V-Day from all of us at the Savvy team!