2 minutes from Kasumigaseki station, B1 exit and C1 exit.
- Party Menu
- English Menu
- Birthday Privilege
- Open Terrace Seat
Concept :Hibiya Palace is an isolated restaurant in the quiet green confines of Tokyo’s landmark Hibiya Park; a perfect place to enjoy time with your significant other. The first floor offers guests a chance to commune with nature with a garden terrace, the second provides a quiet muted space, while the third offers a bright lively atmosphere. Each floor boasts large windows to offer beautiful views of the trees and plenty of sun.
Key Points :Chef Armand Arnal began at a Michelin-starred Paris eatery before moving to New York to work with Alain Ducasse before returning to France to start his own restaurant. In 2009, he was awarded a Michelin star and has maintained it ever since. Arnal prides himself on flavorful French dishes centering on fresh, seasonal vegetables prepared with as little oil as possible. His beautiful and colorful dishes are a delight to the eye as well as the palate.
Recommended Dishes :The Degustation Course features a variety of different selections and is offered with five plates (6,800 yen) or seven plates (7,500 yen). For a quiet and delicious meal, ensconced by nature, Hibiya Palace is a fantastic way to experience fine French food.
- 1-6 Hibiya Koen, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo (inside Hibiya Park)
- 2 minutes from Kasumigaseki station, B1 exit and C1 exit.
- 03-5511-4122 (please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
- Lunch: 11:30am-2:30pm (LO 2pm), Tea time: 2pm-5pm (LO 4:30pm), Dinner: 6pm-10pm (LO 8pm)
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