Ginza Escoffier



  • French
  • Steak
  • Kobe Beef / Wagyu Beef
  • Organic
  • Seafood

French, Wagyu & Wine


  • Tokyo
  • Ginza・Tsukiji・Tsukishima


1 minute from Ginza station, exit B6 and 5 minutes from Yurakucho station, exit C4


  • ¥3,500-¥5,000
  • ¥8,000-¥30,000

Good For

  • business
  • family
  • friends
  • couple
  • group
  • big group
  • Private Room
  • Non-Smoking Seats
  • Party Menu
  • Birthday Privilege
  • Kids Menu
  • English Menu
  • Vegetarian
  • Antiallergic food

Concept :

Founded in 1950, Ginza Escoffier is a restaurant specializing in French meals and wine using Japanese seasonal ingredients. This historic restaurant is tastefully decorated, offering a relaxing atmosphere to its customers.

Key Points :

The pride and joy of Escoffier is “Kagoshima Kuroushi,” gold medalist of the Wagyu Olympics. Even among A5-ranked beef, this restaurant is the only place that can consistently deliver such exquisite, well-balanced meat. Fresh organic vegetables are selected by renowned vegetable sommelier, KAORU; the perfect pairing for the health-conscious diner. Private rooms for up to 18 people are available, as is a hall that can accommodate up to 34 people.

Recommended Dishes :

The Kuroushi Steak and Abalone course (¥20,000) is among the most popular courses, as is the Kuroushi Steak and Poiret of Lobster course (¥15,000). Requiring reservations, the fresh Ise Shrimp with Sauce Américaine course (¥30,000) is another crowd favorite. The à la carte menu includes Kuroushi roast beef (Reservations necessary ¥27,500~/300g) and the Kuroushi beef stew (¥4,800). Many customers enjoy their meals paired with wine, carefully served to bring out the best flavor.
5-4-15 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
1 minute from Ginza station, exit B6 and 5 minutes from Yurakucho station, exit C4
03-3571-1882(Please mention JAPAN for making reservations)
11:30am-3pm (LO 2pm); 5:30pm-10pm (LO 8:50pm)
Closed On:
54 seats
Credit cards accepted:
  • visa
  • master
  • jcb
  • amex
  • diners

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