Brunch at The Oak Door
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Brunch and bubbly breakfast at Grand Hyatt Tokyo's The Oak Door


Grand Hyatt Tokyo's The Oak Door is featuring a new lively brunch experience from Sept 5.

Start the weekend right with a leisurely brunch that features an array of unlimited appetizers and desserts, a choice of a main dish and free-flowing drinks, accompanied by live music and a DJ.

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The Grand Brunch with live music at The Oak Door (left). Bubbly Breakfast (right) features a vintage bottle of Perrier-Jouët.

Diners can savor brunch classics such as steak and eggs with sliced truffle, Belgian waffles and banana pancakes as well as notable dishes unique to the brunch menu including prawn tempura rolls, cured salmon with Turkish simit (sesame-crusted bread), and muzen (German donuts).

For those looking to add a bit more luxury to their weekend, a bubbly breakfast will be on offer that includes 100 grams of Osetra caviar, homemade smoked salmon, a fresh fruit platter and a vintage bottle of 2002 Perrier-Jouët Cuvée Belle Époque. Diners can enjoy this special breakfast and brunch on the spacious open-air terrace or in the main dining room.

Starters (unlimited)

  1. Farmers egg, poached egg, The Oak Door bacon, tomato, onions, bread and butter
  2. Cured salmon, Turkish simit, roe, avocado, horseradish
  3. Belgian waffle, bacon, maple syrup
  4. Gambas, brioche, lemon, white wine, chili, honey
  5. Mini truffle beef burger, cheddar cheese, onions, truffle aioli

Main dish (choice of 1)

  1. Gnocchi and cheese, parmesan, pistachios, parsley
  2. Philly steak sandwich, U.S. beef, provolone cheese, bell pepper, spicy salsa
  3. Prawn tempura roll, steamed bun, chili, lettuce, basil, aioli, sweet potatoes
  4. Pan-fried sea bass, broccolini, lemon, shallot vinaigrette
  5. Steak, eggs & truffle, US prime striploin, fried egg, black truffle, onions, potatoes (supplemental 1,500 yen)

Time: Ongoing (on weekends and holidays) 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Price: 10,900 yen (free-flow plan), 6,800 yen (food only)

About The Oak Door

Located on the 6th floor of Grand Hyatt Tokyo, The Oak Door is a dynamic steakhouse serving premium-quality meats and seasonal produce prepared over oak charcoal and 900-degree broiler steak ovens. Guests can watch as chefs in the open kitchen carefully prepare each dish using only the freshest ingredients. Helmed by distinguished designer Tony Chi, The Oak Door offers an intimate atmosphere and caters to clientele from around the world. The restaurant’s spacious wine cellar houses a wide selection of the finest New World wines from which the sommelier will hand-select those that pair perfectly with each meal, from Magnum and regular size bottles.

About Hyatt’s Global Care & Cleanliness Commitment

The safety and wellbeing of guests and colleagues is always a top priority. Following Hyatt’s new Global Care & Cleanliness Commitment, Grand Hyatt Tokyo will continue to maintain extensive hygiene and sanitation measures, including installation of hand disinfectant dispensers in key locations around the hotel, and cleaning public spaces, restaurants and bars regularly with the recommended disinfectants. Our associates are wearing face masks, and gloves are being worn in certain areas. Restaurants are operating with reduced seating and tables have a distance of no less than 1.5 meters to maintain social distancing. The hotel is asking all guests to conduct a temperature check upon entry into the property, wear a mask, disinfect their hands and practice social distancing in our facilities. Grand Hyatt Tokyo is also ISO 22000:2018 certified, internationally recognized as the highest food safety management system. For more information, please visit

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Man that looks so delcious. I miss the junk food but I have to stick with my ketogenic diet and got to give up on those carbs and hydrogenated deep fried oils foods.

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With the exception of the Champers, wouldn't want any of that for the first meal of the day by any name!

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