The New York Grill at Park Hyatt Tokyo

© 2012-2013 Desert heels L1120399© 2012-2013 Desert heels L1120379Dining at the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt in the heart of Tokyo was the best way to end my trip in Japan. I was on my way back to America and it was the perfect place to say ‘sayonara’ to such an amazing country.

© 2012-2013 Desert heels L1120391The stunning view from our table.

© 2012-2013 Desert heels L1120381I had the Foie Gras Terrine, Summer Truffle, Sweet Corn Cream, Spiced Corn Bread to start. It was rich and wonderful!

© 2012-2013 Desert heels L1120382My husband loves caesar salad so when this was highly recommended by our server, he could not resist. An American in Tokyo needed his fix (bad): Caesar Salad, Romaine, Herb Croutons, Reggiano, Crispy Bacon. Funny, because this has to be the best Caesar salad I have had in my life.

© 2012-2013 Desert heels L1120400I ordered the Japanese Kasumi Duck, Cooked in Two Ways, Orange – Caraway Sauce.    It was succulent and divine!

© 2012-2013 Desert heels L1120408My husband as a loyal carnivore and a converted Japanese beef eater, of course, ordered the ¥16,500 ($165) Kobe Prime beef. He said it was worth it. I had a bite, and he was right.

© 2012-2013 Desert heels L1120438To finish our exquisite feast, we had the New York Grill Dessert Tasting Plate For Two. The restaurant found out we were celebrating our wedding anniversary and made it extra special.

© 2012-2013 Desert heels L1120392© 2012-2013 Desert heels L1120393Views from the restaurant’s open plan kitchen was like watching an orchestra play.

© 2012-2013 Desert heels L1120385© 2012-2013 Desert heels L1120416© 2012-2013 Desert heels L1120491Our special night ended listening to soft jazz.

The restaurant is sophisticated, classy and sexy. Another addition to my treasure trove of beautiful memories. Definitely not lost in translation.

The New York Grill is at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Shinjuku, Tokyo.

Happy Eating and  Happy Travels! xx

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