The Charms of the new La Brasserie
This authentic brasserie is all about enjoying wining and dining in a casual setting.
It's a place for friends to sit back, relax and enjoy a chat with a glass in hand.
Take time to unwind and enjoy yourself here in Hibiya.
Cuisine created with a view to sustainability
The new La Brasserie was created by Imperial Hotel Tokyo's 14th Head Chef, Yu Sugimoto.
In addition to traditional French cuisine, we have a line-up of new dishes designed with a view to sustainability, bringing out the best in each and every ingredient.
This is a lively, warm space created by animated conversation between customers and staff.
One of the unique aspects of La Brasserie is the interaction between diners and servers.
This bustling restaurant brims with the aromas and sounds of mouth-watering international cuisine, with lively conversation.
Handing down traditional flavors
The history of Tokyo’s Imperial Hotel lives on in these dishes.
At a time when Europe felt much farther away than it does today, our chefs were in continuous, unrelenting pursuit of authentic Western cuisine.
Although the times have changed, those same aspirations and pride have been passed down in an unbroken line in the kitchens of the Imperial Hotel.
La Brasserie offers a variety of traditional dishes, including those that have left their mark on the history of Western cuisine in Japan, and those that have found favor with generation after generation of customers throughout our long history. Bon apetit!
An original selection of time-honored classics from the Imperial Hotel's kitchens, in an Art Nouveau setting.
Gratin of Prawn and Sole "Queen ElizabethII"
When Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom visited Japan in 1975, she attended a luncheon at the Imperial Hotel, where this dish was served. It was conceived by the Head Chef at the time, Nobuo Murakami, as the Queen had expressed a liking for fish and seafood. Her Majesty, very pleased with this dish, generously gave permission for her name to be appended to it. Given the name "Reine Elizabeth", it has been a favorite of many ever since.
Original Imperial Hotel Chaliapin Steak
This steak was created specifically for the Russian opera singer, Feodor Ivanovich Chaliapin, who stayed at the Imperial Hotel in 1936. Rump steak is marinated in onions to soften it, with generous helpings of onion sautê on top in place of a sauce, giving this dish its characteristic subtle and complex flavors. Chaliapin Steak is but one of the traditional creations passed down through the ages at the Imperial Hotel.
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Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Tower Bldg., LL1