The Peninsula Tokyo Unveils Newly Transformed Peter Restaurant

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Peter, ThePeninsulaTokyoPeter at The Peninsula Tokyo has always been a hip place to eat in Tokyo. With sweeping city views from floor-to-ceiling windows on the 24th floor, the hotel’s flagship restaurant used to serve up gourmet French cuisine. No longer. As of March 27, Peter has transformed into a grill restaurant offering prime-cut meats, seafood, and home-style side dishes prepared by Chef de Cuisine Masayuki Haeiwa.

The Prime-Cut Sunday Brunch features an appetizer and dessert buffet along with unlimited grilled meats. Booking tip: For an exclusive experience, reserve the 12-person private dining room with views of Tokyo Skytree. Peter is open for lunch and dinner, and the vibe is casual and friendly. For more information, visit

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