Not a 2 star, only a 1 star. Its decor has gone downhill, they need to renovate. Small touches like the place settings, interior, are not up to par for a 2 star. The food is excellent indeed, it has great, friendly service. The wine pairing is superb. However, they were informed in advance that I was treating a friend to lunch for her birthday. I asked to receive the bill when my friend went to use the ladies' room so I could discreetly pay it. However, the bill was handed to both of us so my friend could see the cost. As I mentioned, when you go to a 2 star, you expect it to be perfect.
A great place to get your electronics and appliances. You get great discounts when you use your point card. However, don't expect anyone to be able to serve you in English (even if they claim to have English speaking staff, your novice Japanese will be much easier to understand). They have 5 or 6 floors. The top floor consists of restaurants and luxury items such as bags and pens. The Thai restaurant is actually quite good, suprisingly enough.
My Japanese teacher and I frequent The Peninsula for tea and lunch. The prices are reasonable and the service is satisfactory (I did have to complain one time when we were not seated immediately-when there were many tables available). The food is delicious as well. You are able to order finger food served on a traditional tiered serving platter or you are able to order soup, salad, and/or sandwiches.