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added on : May 27, 2019
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The food at Gran-Eat Ginza, Tokyo's newest all-you-can-eat restaurant, practically begs to be photographed. It's colorful, fresh, and artfully presented. Everything—including grilled meat and tempura—is prepared in front of your eyes, so you can eat it while it's at its best. The buffet also includes an extensive salad bar, hot main dishes, and desserts. Gran-Eat even makes its own ice cream!
From the moment you step inside, you can see how much pride Gran-Eat Ginza takes in its ingredients. Vegetables are displayed next to a list of small farms, showing where the restaurant sources its food. Ninety percent of the ingredients have Good Agricultural Practice (GAP) status. GAP is a farm certification system that's used at the Olympics to guarantee safety and sustainability.
The recipes for many of the main dishes were taken from cafeterias at Olympic villages. The pork and apple casserole was served at London 2012, and the Brazilian soup with chicken, rice, and carrots is from Rio 2016. It was the fuel for medal-winning athletes, and this might be the only place in Japan where you can eat it.
|Address||2F Ginza INZ 2, 2-2 Ginza-nishi, Chuo City, Tokyo|
|Hours||11:00-15:30 (last entry 14:30), 17:00-22:00 (last entry 20:30)|
Yurakucho Station | 2 min on foot
JR lines | Yurakucho Line
Ginza-itchome Station | 5 min on foot
Ginza Station | 6 min on foot
Ginza Line | Hibiya Line | Marunouchi Line
|Other||For updated information on opening hours, days closed, prices, and more, please check the official website.|
|URL||Gran-Eat Ginza (JPN)|