Restaurant 3F 2-3-7 Minatomirai Nishi Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture 220-8543 Japan Published on: 28-02-2016
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Why Queen Alice Yokohama is special ?
"Queen Alice" restaurant, where Mr. Yutaka Ishinabe, one of Japan's top chefs, prepares exquisite French cuisine using the freshest ingredients. Dining at The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu is a gastronomic excursion through a world of culinary delights. The hotel's Queen Alice French restaurant will satisfy the most discerning palate, while innovative Buffet can be enjoyed at Cafe Tosca together with an enticing selection of Fusion Cuisine. Award-winning Chinese cuisine is served at the hotel's award-winning Turandot restaurant in a setting of operatic fantasy. Culinary artistry and seasonal Yokohama Specialties are the trademarks of Oshima, The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu's Japanese restaurant.
How to get to Queen Alice Yokohama?
Closest Railway Station: Minato Mirai Line Minato Mirai Station, JR/Subway Line Sakuragicho Station, Yokohama Station
- Great wine selection
- Excellent ice cream dessert
- Romantic French Restaurant
- Semi-private dining areas.
- Imaginative French garden style
- Noise level Small
- Budget High-end
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
3F 2-3-7 Minatomirai Nishi Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture 220-8543 Japan
Tips for you
In all of my years of travel I have never had a better meal,everything was outstanding,the seating,the view,the service,the staff and the food.The five course set meal is truly excellent,French with a light Japanese touch.The foie gras with Port wine jelly is as good as you will ever encounter,same goes for the clam soup and the sauteed foie gras.The lobster is sublime and the final dish (I chose steak) was perfection.The Billecart Salmon Champagne was a good choice too (although I wish they had the rose version).The ice cream dessert looked excellent-I chose not to taste it though. May I suggest that a cheeseboard is added to the dessert menu and maybe add Port to your drinks listing?And show the sorbet (served in between courses) on the fixed menu. In place of Port I had a glass of Belle Glos Pinot Noir as recommended by the manager,the finest wine I have had in thirty years.Sadly I must leave Japan on September 2,so the visit to Queen Alice is probably a one-off occasion.Thanks to all for a truly memorable evening!