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Trying a luxurious hotel sweets buffet and a limited-time beer garden at Shinagawa Prince Hotel

Shinagawa is in the southern part of Tokyo and is very easy to go to with Shinkansen stops at Shinagawa station which has direct access to and from Haneda Airport. This lively area has lately become a fabulous gourmet spot. So this time we will introduce the famous sweets buffet and the beer garden of the Shinagawa Prince Hotel!

Mango! Mango! Mango!

The sweets buffet at DINING & BAR TABLE 9 TOKYO on the 39th floor (!) of the Shinagawa Prince Hotel’s main tower has a wonderful view. The buffet is extremely popular among dessert-lovers, and is perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth. The theme of the buffet changes depending on the season. Therefore, you can always expect to taste seasonal fruits and a variety of desserts. For example, the buffet theme until August 31st, 2019 is “Mango” – which is unquestionably the king of all summer fruits. Perfect!!

DINING & BAR TABLE 9 TOKYO has a beautiful panoramic view over Tokyo

When we sat down at our table, the waiter didn’t only bring our drinks but also presented us with a cute small mango parfait which was a special plate from the chef. What a nice way to welcome guests!

What a cute mango parfait!

The parfait was incredible. I was very impressed by the mango’s taste. It was the best mango I have eaten in a looong time.

Conquering the sweets buffet!

Of course, the other summerly sweets from the buffet were also very tasty. With mango puddings, tartlets, shortcakes, homemade cookies, and macaroons, the buffet looked very inviting. Lots of sweet temptations!

The buffet also includes savory food, like salads and different types of pasta!

Exhausted by the hot summer weather? Time to refresh on at a beer garden!

Thirsty? In that case, head to the “ICHOZAKA BEER GARDEN OUTDOOR TERRACE”! The beer garden event is a collaboration with Heineken (the legendary dutch beer company), who actually is a sponsor of the Rugby World Cup taking place in Japan this fall. The beer garden featuring a Heineken kitchen car (wow!) will be open until September 14th.

“ICHOZAKA BEER GARDEN OUTDOOR TERRACE”

“ICHOZAKA BEER GARDEN OUTDOOR TERRACE”: Choose from Heineken beer, several craft beers, and an inviting snack menu.

The recommended special menu on the beer terrace is are bright red and pitch black hamburgers. Well, the color of the burgers has meaning: red stands for Japan’s national rugby team, and black stands for New Zealand’s team. What a fight!

The red burger…

…and the black burger!

There is also a “terrace set” with an all-you-can-drink menu included. Just look at the photo – I especially like that they have some popcorn included!! If you are looking for a beer garden in the Shinagawa area, this is our recommendation!

This is the “terrace set” which comes with an all-you-can-drink plan.

The Shinagawa Prince Hotel offers much more that food and drinks. It also boasts a complete array of entertainment facilities including a bowling alley, karaoke, a cinema, and an aquarium. Good to know in advance that you can actually get a discount when using the bowling alley or the cinema and then visiting the beer garden!

It’s definitely beer garden wether now!

Another tip, if you are a group of women you don’t only receive free soft cream but also get the all-you-can-drink plan for three hours instead of two! Be sure to check the website for further information!


Sweets Buffet

https://www.princehotels.co.jp/shinagawa/restaurant/contents/table9tokyo/
Place: “DINING & BAR TABLE 9 TOKYO” AWA LOUNGE
Shinagawa Prince Hotel Main Tower 39F

Price: 4200 Yen for adults, 2700 for children 4 – 12 years old
Time: 12:30-17: 00

ICHOZAKA BEER GARDEN OUTDOOR TERRACE

https://www.princehotels.co.jp/shinagawa/restaurant/contents/beergarden2019/
Place: Terrace of the Shinagawa Kitchen Food Court, Shinagawa Prince Hotel Annex Tower 2F
Time: 17:00-22:00 (Food last order 21:15; Drinks last order 21:30)
※ For the food set menu, the last entry is 20:00
※ On Saturdays and holidays, drinks are sold starting at noon (until 16:00)

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I was born and raised in Kiel/Germany. When I was 16 I came to Japan for the first time. I fell in love with this beautiful country, so I returned after my university graduation. Since then, I have been living in Tokyo - and I don't plan to change anything about that ;-) My hobbies are taking a stroll around the city, taking photos and drinking coffee.

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