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šPark Hyatt
Delicatessen/
Nishi-Shinjuku:
Sandwiches/ deli
₯5323-3635
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Quite simply, the
Park Hyatt Delica-
tessen sets the
standard for gourmet
deli counters in
Tokyo. They do an
excellent job of
supplying both hard-
to-find gourmet
luxuries (imported
olives, hams, smoked
fish) and simple yet
appetizing ready-to-
eat fare (sand-
wiches, soups, etc.
). Everything is
ready to go, but you
can also plop your-
self down at a table
in the stylish din-
ing nook and enjoy
your chosen morsels
there, along with a
nice glass or two of
wine.

The gourmet foods
portion of the deli
counter offers an
impressively broad
selection. Delica-
cies like pork and
duck rillettes,
potted shrimp and
chicken livers (all
sold in cute little
white ceramic pots),
several types of
smoked salmon and
other fish, terrine
de campagne by the
slice, and assorted
breads. There's a
ready-made basket of
five good cheeses
plus figs and rai-
sins - just add wine
for an instant wine-
and-cheese party.
Lentil salad, cou-
scous and roast
asparagus will help
fill your vegetable
requirements. Im-
ported olive oil
ranges from Y1800 to
Y18,000 per bottle,
and there's even a
gourmet olive oil
and vinegar bar
where you can try
out some of differ-
ent flavors.

But you can find
nice cheese and
olive oil elsewhere
in town; it's the
ready-to-eat dishes
where the Park Hyatt
really shines. The
hotel kitchens up-
stairs turn out
flawless quiches,
hearty lasagna and
tasty meatballs and
perfect mashed pota-
toes (with a de-
lightful sprinkling
of toasted garlic
chips) - each with
an unexpected ingre-
dient or spice or
slight twist in the
recipe that sets
them apart. At
lunchtime there are
off-the-beaten-track
choices like a
Middle-Eastern-style
lamb wrap sandwich,
wild rice salad,
bread pudding - all
of them very well
executed.

At 4pm they roll out
the more substantial
evening menu. They
also display an
enticing selection
of desserts for your
mid-afternoon coffee
break - pear com-
pote, profiterolles
and orange croissant
pudding were some of
the highlights dur-
ing a recent visit.
During the warmer
months of the year
you can enjoy your
breakfast or lunch
in the sunshine, on
the deli's outdoor
terrace.
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Shinjuku-ku,
Nishi-Shinjuku 3-7-
1-2, Park Hyatt
Hotel 1F.  Open
11am-8pm (Sat, Sun -
7pm) daily.
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