By: Metropolis Editors | Jul 15, 2010 | Issue: 851 | No Comments | 2,289 views

Courtesy of the Grand Hyatt Tokyo

The Oak Door in Roppongi (; 03-4333-8784) is one of Tokyo’s favorite restaurants, thanks to its classy interior, lively bar scene and fantastic steaks cooked in wood-fired ovens. In fact, the only thing that’s missing is brunch. Until now. The Oak Door’s new All-You-Can-Drink Sunday Brunch includes a 90-minute nomihodai of sparkling wine and bloody Marys, accompanied by a sophisticated three-course meal (¥7,500). Diners can choose an appetizer (the list includes bagel with smoked salmon and cream cheese; organic granola with yogurt and fresh berries; buttermilk pancakes with mangoes, banana and coconut cream); an entrée (steak and eggs; frittata with spicy sausage and feta cheese; eggs Benedict) and dessert (tropical fruit pavlova; brownie sundae; Mississippi mud pie). Vegetarians are welcome, too: the entrée menu also features a roasted Portobello mushroom sandwich on grilled sourdough with onion jam, spinach and ricotta cheese. Available until August 29.



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