Oriental rugs, sepia prints of colonial life, teak floors and art deco styled stained glass all summon the spirit of a 1920s Shanghainese dining room here at The Peninsula hotel. Specialities are bird's nest soup, wok-fried lobster, and roasted Peking duck. The tea bar offers over 25 regularly-changing teas and staff, many of whom are sent to China for training, are hugely knowledgeable and happy to make recommendations.
French restaurant L'Osier enters the three-star echelon, while 3 new two-star and 29 new one-star restaurants cement Tokyo's position as the city with the highest number of starred restaurants in the world.
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