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The Oak Door
The Oak Door

The Oak Door
Grand Hyatt Summer Menu Ice Cream Burger

The Oak Door
The Oak Door

Savor perfectly cooked dishes at this classic American steakhouse ranging from the juicy Tomahawk steak to the monthly burger selection, all prepared in the dynamic oak wood-burning ovens. The restaurant has a vibrant open kitchen, intimate booth and outdoor terrace seating, a lively bar with international clientele, a luxurious private dining room and a spacious wine cellar houses a wide selection of the finest New World wines from which the sommelier will hand-select those that pair perfectly with each meal.

Address: Grand Hyatt Tokyo, 6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-ku

Website: restaurants.tokyo.grand.hyatt.com/oak-door-restaurant  

Tel: 03-4333-8784

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