English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 84 reviews)
“This a very good restaurant with the good deco,good service, food quality and value prices”
We had late lunch there after the walk at the Imperial Garden nearby. It was late like near 3.00 pm and the restaurant was still open. Service from one waitress was very polite and welcoming. There were four of us though we were a bit sceptical initially of the food in the menu as it looks like ca...tering to Japanese and Western style of Chinese food serving which are for individual person portion. Not the typical Chinese food sharing dishes type. BUT the food turned out to be excellent in cooking and taste. I should not have underestimated the chef and the management. My apologies. We ordered dumplings, fried chicken with rice, spicy lamb and one basket of siew mai. All were good and exceeded our expectation. It should be. This restaurant is just below many investment offices on the upper floors of the building. Please give it a try if you are walking around the area (Tokyo Train Station and Imperial Palace Gardens) especially if you already had too much Japanese food.
Visited December 2018
This is the worse Chinese restaurant I have ever been to. Tasteless food at horendous price. We had a starter made of three dishes which was ok-ish but far from good and duck as a main course for two which consisted of four thin slices of duck breast with some cucumber and spring onion sticks which... you had to roll into a kind of tortilla. - that was it for about 5000 Yen. Ridicoulous! We left and went to another small restaurant close by for some decent food.
Visited June 2018
“Very good food, with excellent service”
1st day in Japan and we tried this restaurant. Average price of main meals is approx £10. Food to very good and there is a great atmosphere.
Visited June 2017
“Good Chinese food”
Good food, good price. I had the chicken with the cashews and my wife had sweet and sour prawns. We loved this restaurant. Good service too. Would go back if near Tokyo station.
Visited September 2015
We have only eaten a few meals in Tokyo on our first trip to Japan. So far we unfortunately have not developed a taste for Japanese food. Sushi is OK, we think, but lots of raw fish is still a little too much. Raw fish to a certain extent is OK, often very delicious. At Tokia in the Tokya Building ...we had lunch. The lunch buffet suited us well. It was a pleasent surprise to experience that the buffet also had some dishes different from raw fish, as well as dishes that suited the local palate. We very much enjoyed the pasta and the nudels, among other delicious dishes. If you are on a trip to Tokyo and unfortunately, like us, sometimes miss the usual dishes at home, this is a restaurant well worth trying.
Visited November 2014