4 Ways to Revel in Romance at Grand Hyatt Tokyo on Valentine’s Day

As winter winds blow across the city, it’s time to warm hearts and rekindle the flames. From classic cocktails and chocolates to extravagant meals for two, Grand Hyatt Tokyo has everything you need for a romantic night in Roppongi. Here are four ways to indulge yourself and a loved one or friend this Valentine’s Day…

Intimate Dinner for Two at The Oak Door

Grand Hyatt Tokyo’s steakhouse The Oak Door offers a warm and cozy respite from the cold, while presenting a spectacular palate-pleasing and beautifully presented four-course menu. Start with mouthwatering pan-seared scallops with red strawberry salsa and Schrenckii caviar, followed by pan-fried foie gras with homemade strawberry jam and brioche toast. For the main dish, enjoy Canadian prime beef tenderloin with a strawberry beef reduction made with veal stock, red wine and fresh strawberries; and for dessert tuck into cold strawberry soup topped with white strawberries and strawberry sorbet. That’s not all – you’ll also be gifted a surprise cocktail at the end of the meal. To make your evening out with your special someone even more memorable, express your affection through a personalized letter presented in a wax-sealed envelope and a box of chocolates.

Valentine’s Dinner Course ¥28,000 per couple, Feb 8-17, 6-10pm. Reservations must be made online in advance.

V-Day (or “Tomo Choco”) Sweets at Fiorentina

Drop by Grand Hyatt Tokyo’s Fiorentina Pastry Boutique for impressive pastries and chocolates. Baton Chocolates come in two flavors: sweet chocolate and ruby (a pink choc with a sweet and slightly sour flavor). There’s also a selection of chocolate lollipops, choc-covered strawberries, award-winning bon bon chocolates and more. Also perfect for single peeps sharing tomo-choco (chocolates for friends). Baton Chocolates must be reserved online one week in advance.

Available Feb 1-14. 

Champagne Shabu Shabu at Keyakizaka

At teppanyaki restaurant Keyakizaka, the innovative chefs will be serving a different take on a traditional Japanese dish: Champagne shabu shabu. Savor finely sliced Keyakizaka beef sirloin with seasonal vegetables dipped in boiling Champagne. For the ultimate decadent experience, upgrade to Dom Perignon and add a risotto made using the remaining Champagne, cheese and truffles.

Champagne Shabu Shabu ¥8,000, until Mar 31 at lunch and dinner. ¥5,000 supplement for Dom Perignon and ¥2,500 for the risotto.

Pre- or After-Dinner Drinks at Maduro

For pre-dinner drinks to impress, head to Grand Hyatt Tokyo’s cozy Maduro jazz lounge, which offers nightly live entertainment. Enjoy tapas or dessert with classic cocktails or the bar’s selection of rare whiskies. For chocoholics, try the Dark Chocolate Mocha – this rich, creamy cocktail features premium rum, dark Valrhona chocolate, espresso and a sprinkle of coffee beans on top.

Dark Chocolate Mocha ¥2,200, Feb 1-14.


For more information, go to tokyo.grand.hyatt.co.jp/en/restaurants/
Tel: 03-4333-1234
Address: 6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo


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