enigmatic's Reviews ( Hiroo )

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  • Absolut Icebar Tokyo (Bars / Hiroo)
  • 2009/01/29
  • Ok, any bar that can charge 3500 yen cover, impose a time limit, and requires reservations all while freezing your butt off? Yeah, there's probably something pretty cool about it. Either that or they've got the greatest scam ever dreamed up. All that aside, I had a great time here. But I'm also the kind of person who savors and enjoys an occasional memorable experience. It's not something I think I'd ever repeat, though.
  • Amrta (Bars / Hiroo)
  • 2009/01/29
  • I've only been here once before on a weekday when the bill was being covered by the company expense account, so I have absolutely no idea how much anything cost. And the place was pretty much empty. But the music is great, the decor and atmosphere are wonderful, and the staff is awesome. Everyone seems just genuinely happy to be there and the vibe was really chill (again, could be because it was a Thursday). If you're in the area, it's worth a trip down the stairs into the basement.
  • Grail: Roppongi (British pubs / Irish pubs / Hiroo)
  • 2009/01/29
  • It's your basic pub with a ton more options for fans of hard liquor. The food is pretty typical of most bars in Japan...both pub food and izakaya food. The staff is friendly and it usually isn't crowded (but that may just be because I typically go there on weekdays). If you really have a desire to try out some quality whiskeys they can help you with that, too.
  • Muse (Bars / Hiroo)
  • 2008/11/17
  • They should call this club "Maze" or at least give you a map on your way in. If it's already getting late in the night and you've had a couple of drinks, this is definitely THE spot. Whether you want to dance, play pool or airhockey, sing karaoke, or relax in a lounge and play some darts, this labyrinthine club will meet your needs. Four different bar areas with just as many different types of music make it suitable for a variety of tastes. Good pockets of seclusion for those...ahem, naughty moments as well.
  • Baskin Robbins: Azabu (Ice Cream / Hiroo)
  • 2008/11/11
  • Thirty one flavors, and there is nothing wrong with that. Especially since, like the other branches of this chain in Tokyo, there are two or three flavors that change every month, there really is nothing to not love. If it weren't for the small store size and the long lines always found at these stores, I'd probably go every day. So...I just get a hand-packed pint to go and stop by once a week. The staff does their absolute best to be fast (and they do a pretty good job, too). Especially considering it's the type of place that attracts a LOT of children crashing from their last sugar high.
  • Home Work's: Hiroo (American / Hiroo)
  • 2008/11/10
  • Forget everything you know about burger joints in Tokyo, for they all bow in reverence to Home Works. Aside from their amazing curly fries, fantastic onion rings, and decently priced beer, they have an amazing menu of specialty burgers. And, for the proverbial cherry on top...they deliver. For the patron a little sick of burgers of any description, they have a good selection of tasty sandwiches, and great bar-style snack foods, such as hot wings and a fried sampler plate. This restaurant is an absolute must.
  • Cicada (Mediterranean / Hiroo)
  • 2008/11/10
  • Owned and operated by the same company that owns T.Y, Harbor, Cicada is a delightful dining experience. While lunch can be done on a budget, dinner is a little more pricey, but worth the expense. Frequented by Tokyo's financial elite and serious recruiters, it has a great wine selection and delectable desserts. Service is top-notch and staff is bilingual. With a rotating menu, it is always a refreshing option.