2 minutes from Ginza station. Mitsukoshi department store parking can be used.
- Non-Smoking Seats
- English Menu
- Pet OK
- Birthday Privilege
- Open Terrace Seat
Concept :Mikawaya is a western restaurant that makes you feel like you have been invited to enjoy a meal at a close friend`s home in Europe. Mikawaya features an open-air cafe in front of the two-story restaurant and has an atmosphere like that of a private residence, transporting you away from the concrete jungle that is Tokyo. The first floor is both barrier-free and pet-friendly, while the second holds a large dining room furnished with pieces imported from Europe.
Key Points :Mikawaya`s cuisine employs a classic dining style using the freshest ingredients. Because of the location close to the Tsukiji fish market, they are able to carefully select the finest, freshest ingredients every day. Saly Weil, the master of Mikawaya`s owner-chef, helped revolutionize western food in Japan in the early Showa era and will leave his mark on the history of dining in Japan. With more than sixty years since their establishment in 1948, Mikawaya is a well-known institution to the cultured denizens of Ginza.
Recommended Dishes :The restaurant offers many delicious dishes, but the hamburg steak (2,600 yen), crab cream croquettes (2,900 yen) and stewed Wagyu beef (5,300 yen) are favorites. An original lunch course is available for 5,500 yen with a dinner course available for 13,000 yen. For a unique taste of western cuisine that has helped shape the genre of Japan, a visit to Mikawaya is a must for serious diners.
- 4-7-12 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
- 2 minutes from Ginza station. Mitsukoshi department store parking can be used.
- 03-3561-2006(please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)