Pigeon Restaurant, in Tokyo, serves sumptuous and authentic French cuisine with panache in its charming and relaxing eatery. The foie gras risotto and the duck and white liver terrine make unique and tasty hors d�oeuvres. Some of Pigeon Restaurant�s specialty entr_es include the beef cheek meat ragout served over fresh pasta, the glazed and roasted tender duck breast and the roasted black pork spare ribs, as well as the fish of the day, all of which are perfectly prepared. For a sweet end to your meal, enjoy Pigeon Restaurant�s homemade dessert, such as the almond and chocolate marble cake.
Feast on traditional Thai cuisine at Tun Ten. Its calming atmosphere is ideal for grabbing lunch or dinner. Tun Ten serves a variety of flavorful dishes. Guests can begin their meal with an appetizer of fried prawns, shrimp and avocado spring rolls or Chiang Mai-style spicy sausage. A main course of grilled egg with Thai seasoned pork, broiled pork belly, seafood sauce noodles or cashew chicken. This restaurant also serves salad and has a course menu. Tun Ten is open throughout the week for lunch and dinner. It hosts banquet-style private events for parties and other celebrations.
Hakata Dojo Takadanobaba in Tokyo serves regional cuisine based on the island of Kyushu using the teppanyaki type of iron griddle cooking. The appetizers at Hakata Dojo Takadanobaba are salads, gyoza, spicy miso and skewers with chicken and seafood. There are a number of hot pot soups including the winter hakata no yakon with many meats and vegetables. For the summer specialty, there is teppanyaki with cabbage cooked on the iron griddle. Tonkotsu stew is made with pork and miso. Hakata Dojo Takadanobaba serves sochu specially chosen to match this cuisine.