An authentic Italian restaurant found on the 38th floor of the five-star Mandarin Oriental Tokyo, K’shiki is steeped in Japanese tradition and elegance. The restaurant is just 8 minutes from Tokyo Station and is directly connected to the underground passage of Tokyo Metro Mitsukoshimae Station; the Nihonbashi area also offers easy access to Tokyo's famous sightseeing spots such as the Imperial Palace East Garden.
Hailing from Naples, chef Davide di Dio started his career under a master chef specialising in the Umbrian tradition of norcineria (the art of curing prosciutto and salami). He then went on to work under leading chefs at Collonges au Mont D’or in France and El Bulli in Spain. After developing his knowledge and skills in Japan and Australia, he opened an Italian restaurant in Parma as a chef and owner for about 8 years. After joining the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo in 2014, he worked as sous-chef at French Fine Dining Signature, awarded one star for 12 consecutive years. In recognition of his achievements, he was appointed head chef of K’shiki, and he mixes the concepts and techniques of his childhood dining experience with the restaurant’s personality, producing modern and elegantly presented dishes based on Italian classics.
The menu at K’shiki changes every season, and guests can enjoy Davide's sophisticated techniques and passion for flavour in dishes such as Neapolitan lasagne, egg, meatball; pork salami and veal; and the K’shiki classic tiramisu. The restaurant’s clientele is well-traveled, with many hailing from overseas. To accommodate this, the restaurant offers more than 800 kinds of wine from all over the world (including New World, South Africa, Oceania and the United States). Oenophiles should not miss out on the 3-Glass Wine Set pairing that matches elegant pours to the classic Italian menu.
Offering all-day dining, K’shiki can seat up to 60 guests in a dramatic space while offering a panoramic view of Tokyo, the mountains of Hakone and superb views of Mount Fuji. Guests can enjoy traditional dishes made with carefully selected ingredients for entertainment, dates, anniversaries and elegant dinners with family.
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Direct connection Mitsukoshimae Station, Exit A7/A8 (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line)
A 7-minute walk from Nihonbashi Station (Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, Toei Asakusa Line)