Local foodies will relish the chance to try exciting American cuisine when David Varley visits the Four Seasons Tokyo Hotel at Marunouchi. Varley, the executive chef at Michael Mina’s popular Bourbon Steak restaurant in Washington, DC, will serve dishes like chopped fatty tuna with anchovy broth and caviar; smoked venison with celery and matsutake; and passion-fruit panna cotta with avocado, tangerine and coconut sherbet. These dishes and more are available at lunch (¥3,900), brunch (¥4,900) and dinner (¥8,800/¥10,800); a sumptuous tasting menu with wine pairing is ¥18,000. Through October 27. Call 03-5222-5810 for reservations.
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