At the entrance of The Terrace, T’s Gallery Bar boasts a stylish yet casual atmosphere like that of a Spanish bar. Specially prepared tapas pair with the wine market’s selection of red, white, and sparkling bottles selected by our chief sommelier. Á la carte dishes and seasonal drinks are also available.
The Westin Deli, a gourmet experience found right here in the hotel, offers an array of irresistible homemade goodies—a feast for the eyes and the mouth. Westin Deli serves takeout coffee, plus aromatic and beautiful temptations such as in-house baked croissants, cakes, and pastries. Also, The Westin Tokyo's original jams; plus candies, chocolate, and truffles. Among our popular breads are banana bread, raisin bread, and camembert cheese bread.
Famous for its fresh seafood and vegetables in dishes that highlight seasonal delicacies, as well as dim sum and an à la carte menu highlighted by a steamed fish of the day, Ryutenmon serves Cantonese-style Chinese at its best.
“Ryutenmon” means “Heaven’s Dragon Gate” in Cantonese, an auspicious name which our chefs credit with the many successes the restaurant has celebrated and the many great moments it has shared with its guests. The restaurant’s dramatically lit atmosphere, featuring ornate Chinese décor in the rich hues of black, gold and blue, is luxurious yet intimate and tasteful.
The restaurant is located on our second floor and accommodates 142 guests, with smoking and non-smoking areas available. Ryutenmon also offers five lavish private dining rooms with capacities of 10 to 36 persons.
The Lounge, conveniently located in our lobby under a soaring open atrium, is the perfect rendezvous point for a lazy weekend afternoon or a pleasant atmosphere in which to conduct a weekday business talk over refreshments.
Soak up the lobby's luxurious classic European décor in black and pink marble with gold accents as you order from a selection of proper sandwiches and savory pasta dishes. Select an à la carte dessert, or settle in for The Lounge's celebrated offering, a traditional English Afternoon Tea with tea cakes and other tasty delights.
Victor's, an authentic French eatery, lures guests both with its exquisite culinary offerings and its impeccable service. Under the supervision of Executive Chef Toshio Numajiri, Victor's transforms local produce and fine meat cuts into delectable French cuisine. Signature dishes include bouillabaisse and lamb. The extensive menu and impressive wine list offer something for every discerning palate.
This elegantly designed, Baroque-styled restaurant is located on our 22nd floor for phenomenal city views, and offers a private room, "Rococo", which can accommodate from two to 12 persons and offers an atmosphere replete with the enchanting decadence of late 18th century France.
Beloved for its breakfast buffets, monthly themed buffet fairs, and dessert buffets, The Terrace is enjoyed by the locals as well as our visiting guests. With an airy, sunlit atmosphere, the welcoming space is located on our first-floor Lobby level and features a patio where guests can dine outdoors, under a parasol with a view of the garden.
While the restaurant boasts a versatile á la carte menu, The Terrace's most popular choice is its inimitable buffet, with themes which have ranged from Italian, Austrian, and Singaporean to special Christmas, New Years, and Thanksgiving spreads. A hearty breakfast buffet is available daily, and dessert buffets include cakes, ice cream, and of course, tea and coffee.
The Terrace is a large venue and our private dining room seats up to 10 persons; smoking is permitted in the private room only.
Guests will not want to miss the essence and artistry of traditional Japan at Mai at The Westin Tokyo, a purveyor of the finest, freshest sushi and sashimi, plus a range of innovative kaiseki dishes featuring a superb selection of Japanese shochu and sake.
Mai, located on the hotel's second floor, offers dining arrangements to suit all types of parties and occasions. Sit together at the elegant sushi bar, in our main dining area's table seating, or at a private sushi counter seating two to four persons. Five other private dining settings include a small table and chairs to seat six, a traditional Japanese Tatami Mat-style room decorated in subtle tones of beige and wood ideal for betrothal ceremonies or business luncheons or dinners of up to six guests, and a large private room to seat from 20 to 30 guests at Western-style tables and chairs.
On weekday afternoons, you're invited to enjoy the soothing experience of Japanese Afternoon Tea, served with sweet cakes and traditional tea cake. (No other restaurant meal service is available during this time.)
At Yebisu, experience the theatre of Teppanyaki grill, prepared and cooked by highly skilled masters of the art directly in front of you. Revel in this luxurious experience of rich tastes and textures while you dine in our main room or in the intimate setting of one of our three private dining rooms, with seating for up to 10.
Introducing Yebisu Brand Beef developed by Executive Chef Toshio Numajiri and Yebisu Head Chef Hiroyuki Saito, in collaboration with Nozaki Farm in Kagoshima Prefecture in the South of Japan. We are proud to bring you this tender, juicy, and absolutely delicious beef only available at Teppanyaki Yebisu. Yebisu Beef is Premium Kuroge Wagyu, a breed of Japanese black-haired cattle raised in Kagoshima Prefecture. The beef has a perfect balance of tender red meat and fat, leaving a light aftertaste.
Our smart and modern Yebisu restaurant is located on our 22nd floor, offering as signature dishes Yebisu beef and Yebisu hamburger steaks. Open for lunch and dinner daily.
Time moves at a different tempo at the hotel's main bar, The Bar. Drop in and savor an unrivaled selection of single-malt whiskeys and refined spirits selected for the more discerning tastes. The Bar reflects a sense of distinction and offers privacy for the sophisticated individual.
Enjoy a glass of malt in hand with a Cuban cigar to accentuate a delightful afternoon or evening. The Bar, with pleasingly subdued décor and warm lighting, is an intimate space located off of our first-floor Lobby, right by The Lounge.
The Compass Rose, with its subtly evocative atmosphere inspired by the age of epic voyages across the seven seas, lures guests with stunning city vistas, sophisticated décor in dark wood, and chic yellow, blue and gold hues, and sumptuous bites and beverages. Enjoy the sounds of live jazz and the sight of the glittering night lights of the Tokyo skyline accompanied by a refreshing cocktail or top-shelf brandy or vodka, with a Cuban cigar for a hint of the exotic.
Located on our 22nd floor, The Compass Rose consists of various configurations of small tables, armchairs and sofas, plus a counter to seat 10. Enthusiastic reviewers say it is worth ordering a cocktail just to see our bartenders’ unique method of spinning ice in a glass while preparing a drink. Food options include light snacks and sweets. Choose from our collection of fine cigars. After 5pm, a table charge of 1,000 JPY applies for each person who is not a registered hotel guest.