This restaurant is used for breakfast at the Park Hyatt Tokyo Hotel (although you can also get lunch and dinner there too). Buffet or al a carte service. The buffet is generous, service is elegant and atmosphere is convivial. Pretty good.
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We were quite early (jet lag!) and were given a seat by the window and our orders were taken quickly. We both had the buffet, which was very good with lots of choices.
I have visited Park Hyatt Tokyo many times and love all the F&B options to choose from, I wanted to write about a great dinner I had with my family, we opted for the course menu that we could enjoy a great dining experience. Each...More
i enjoyed so much that i miss him so much. i spend long hours for lunch and dinner staff superb. i wish to go again in Tokyo
Had breakfast there one day during our stay. There is a breakfast buffet, but we ordered a regular American breakfast which was fine (would be hard for a restaurant of this caliber to ruin bacon and eggs!). One night we had dinner there. VERY generous...More
I stayed in the Park Hyatt on business and used the Girandole for breakfast and had one lunch there also. Service was a little slow at times and food was not really hot but good quality and a lovely view.
This was the breakfast restaurant during our stay at the Park Hyatt. Gorgeous views, nice room. Service was immaculate (reflecting the overall impression of the hotel), we had the buffet including eggs, coffee, fresh juice.
Stayed at the Park Hyatt (magnificent - see review) and after an adventurous day ordered simply - beef curry, steamed vegetables (think broccoli....ahhh :)) and Creme Brulee. The Creme Brulee was simply divine. The best ever! (See pic.) Not a usual dessert lover but this...More
I chose the 5 course menu and it was faultless. Amazing food, presentation, atmosphere and service. I have also visited the NY Grill upstairs and have to say I found the service a little less friendly. Girandole is my preferred choice at Park Hyatt. Definitely...More
We were in Japan recently and stayed at the front and back portions of the trip in Tokyo at the Park Hyatt. A few days, after long sightseeing days, we were too tired to go out to dinner so we ate in Girandole at the...More