Immerse yourself in the world of gourmet
through chic Italian food culture
in a beautifully elegant space born from the mind of
one of the world's greatest designers.
Armani Ginza Tower stands over Ginza's Harumi Avenue, an iconic homage to fashion great Giorgio Armani.
Armani Ristorante sits on the 10th floor, embodying Giorgio's stylistic philosophy in everything from the interior design to the uniforms, cuisine, and even cutlery.
The restaurant is decorated in a uniform black and gold with a Japanese bamboo motif that produces a luxurious and other-worldly space.
Detailed leaf patterns fill the lace-like panels that surround each table to create a private space for each party. Each plate is infused with the Armani aesthetic, inviting guests to have a taste of authentic Italian culinary culture.
The flavours of the carefully chosen ingredients are maximized within each dish and then presented on pure, white tableware.
The carpaccio is dressed with a mouth-watering vinagrette, and the cheese is made in Hokkaido by an Italian artisan - every dish excites the palates of those who dine here.
The in-house sommelier provides the perfect wine pairings, choosing from a rich selection of more than 500 wines.
Guests wait with bated breath for the next dish to arrive, and they are not disappointed once they taste the main course, which is created from the very best ingredients gathered from around the world.
The simple, refined approach embues the various dishes with impressive flavours, such as in the lamb chop filled with porcini mushrooms, and the aromatic, charcoal-grilled duck.
The dessert now arrives to cleanse the palate of the richness still remaining from the main course and wine. It provides an almost sensual combination of sweetness and texture that is a treat for diners of both sexes.
Those who order ahead of time can have Armani Dolce chocolate brought to the table from the shop on the first floor of the building.
A night at Armani is always a night to remember.