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šOak Door/
Roppongi Hills:
Steak house
₯4333-8784
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Excellent grilled
meats and flamboy-
antly expensive New
World wines in the
Grand Hyatt's flag-
ship restaurant. Our
steak dinner report
is below:

Steak: US Certified
Angus Tenderloin
(285g; Y5800) -
tender, flavorful,
nicely prepared (red
in the center, but
beautifully charred
on the outside, with
a bit of black-pep-
per flavoring. It
was spectacular by
itself, but it came
with four sauces on
the side - green
pepper, red-wine,
mushroom and fresh
horseradish. No
vegetables. (There's
also a 285g Angus
sirloin at Y4800,
New Zealand tender-
loin, and several
domestic-beef
choices.)

Sides/starters:
Decent roast mush-
rooms, "flash-fried"
onion rings and
spicy crab cakes
(but with a somewhat
bland sauce), and
fantastic roast
asparagus with toma-
to vinagrette.

Wines: You'll find
plenty of impressive
Australian and Cali-
fornia choices at
Y20,000 and up
(reaching way up
into the strato-
sphere). It your
wine budget is under
Y10,000 though,
you'll be looking at
a handful of bottles
from Chile and South
Africa. (We managed
to find a drinkable
Argentine syrah for
Y5500 - one of the
cheapest on the
list.)

Ambience: Much nicer
than average for a
hotel dining room
(it's in the Grand
Hyatt), with a big
open bar and wine
cellar at one end
and an open kitchen
with wood-burning
ovens stretched out
across the back of
the room. Slightly
over-helpful ser-
vice, and a hint of
international-hotel
anonymity.
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Minato-ku, Roppon-
gi 6-10-3, Grand
Hyatt 6F.  Open
11:30am-2:30, 6-10:
30pm daily.
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