Four distinct experiences within one space, this Japanese restaurant offers kaiseki, sushi, tempura and teppanyaki cuisines. Private dining is also available.
From Michelin-starred Japanese cuisine at Mizuki to the Italian cuisine of La Locanda, dining at The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto both delights and surprises. The hotel offers four restaurants, sweet indulgences at its Pierre Hermé Paris Boutique and special experiences like wine tastings and private dining.
Traditional Italian cuisine prepared with locally sourced produce in an enchanting, modern space. Charcuterie, cheeses and handmade desserts complement the experience.
A space of culture and calm, light and shade, this elegant lounge offers Afternoon Tea, brunch, light snacks and French pastries. The space includes a gallery, library and terrace.
Bathed in the glow of candlelight, this stylish bar features carefully selected spirits and exclusive cocktails. Light fare, including caviar, cheeses and charcuterie, is also offered.
Each of the hotel’s restaurants features tailored offerings from this renowned French patisserie. The standalone boutique offers take-home treats including macarons, cakes and chocolates.
Experience Chef’s Table by Katsuhito Inoue, where chef Inoue takes diners on a journey through Japan’s 72 micro-seasons. What’s presented on the plate is a reflection of his culinary skill, the relationships he’s built with local purveyors and his dedication to sustainable cooking. A seat at Inoue’s table is more than an opportunity to eat well; it’s an opportunity to truly understand the evolution from farm to table.