Combining a steakhouse, deli, café, bakery, and shop, this new opening fuses a market atmosphere with slick decor and luxury food brands from around the globe.
Launched on July 15, 2016, Shinagawa Dining Terrace is situated inside The Landmark Square Tokyo center, just across the road from Shinagawa Station’s Takanawa exit. Taking inspiration from New York’s current food hall trend, the large open-plan space is divided up into the following sections…
Pizza & Tapas Cibo
This is a casual dining area that’s great for a quick lunch, afternoon snack, or after-work drinks and tapas. The innovative dish that’s got most people talking is the Mille Feuille Pizza (pictured above). Multiple layers of seasonal vegetables, ham and salami slices, and melted cheese turn an ordinary pizza into a kind of “pizza cake” that could be shared between four to six people. There are also plenty of healthy menu options to choose from, including salads and deli items such as Cauliflower Gratin with Hazelnut Crumble, and Forest Mushroom Terrine. Open 11am-12am
Special offer for July: Pizza & Tapas Cibo is offering free wine by the glass for all female customers until the end of July, 2016.
September Roast Coffee
Grab a latte on your way to work or settle into one of the hammocks with a pastry for a relaxed afternoon break. September Roast Coffee is the café and bakery section, serving up roasted coffee beans by Obscura, bread baked onsite, and luxury tea by Steven Smith Teamaker from Portland. Open 9am-8pm
Kandou Nippon Real Store
Stock up on artisanal foodie goods such as Portland’s Kombucha Wonder Drink, Japan’s Hitachino Nest craft beer, sparkling sake, a wealth of excellent wines, dried fruits and nuts, and Deep River Kettle Cooked Potato Chips. This is the place to come if you’re looking to assemble a luxury picnic basket, or if you’re just craving a hard-to-find-in-Japan brand. Open 9am-8pm
Casual Steak House Rib
As you enter Shinagawa Dining Terrace, this restaurant is to your left, separate from the above three sections. The lights are dimmed and the decor is neat with wood and leather finishings, and a long counter at the back where you can view some of the prize meat cuts, and the chefs at work. There are plenty of grilled dishes to choose from including Dry-aged US Black Angus Shoulder Roast, Grilled Matsuzaka Pork on the Bone, and Dry-aged Australian Rump. Open 11am-3pm (lunch), 5:30pm-12am (dinner)
Shinagawa Dining Terrace map and contact details here.