Towering over the busy streets of the heart of the city is the dynamic and luxurious hotel Grand Hyatt Tokyo. Here, you can indulge in grand premium cakes made with generous amounts of fruit that were carefully selected by the chef. You can also purchase small souvenirs such as verrine, which are coloured with the fresh and vibrant colours of summer. There is also a bar which serves cocktails made from Japanese sake sourced from the Tohoku region. The fresh and fruity cocktails menu is changed every Monday.
Fiorentina Pastry Boutique (First floor )
Grand Premium Shortcake Melon (Left): ￥1,800 Grand Premium Shortcake Peach (Centre): ￥1,800 Grand Premium Shortcake Mango (Right ): ￥2,000 (prices before tax)
Carefully selected fruit has been used to make this new, premium signature cake. The pastry team consists of worldwide western confectionary competition winners. The team has developed a lineup of world class desserts for the Fiorentina Pastry Boutique. Specially selected branded fruits and rich, flavourful Jersey milk whipped cream are used to make these premium cakes.
This summer menu features three cakes made from the three major summer fruits; peach, mango and melon. A three-layered spongecake contains a centre of Jersey milk Crème brûlée and fruits. The luxurious taste of these specially-selected ingredients is enough to surprise you.
Lychee, Watermelon, Rose and Berry Verrine: ￥800 (before tax)
The fun texture of the watermelon combined with the soft rose mousse is an excellent contrast with the lychee and raspberry jelly. The luxurious rose fragrance will spread all the way through your mouth on your first bite.
Blueberry and Lavender Verrine: ￥800 (before tax)
Colourful jelly is sprinkled with vibrant blue Butterfly-pea flowers. This rests on a bed of lavender-scented panna cotta. These flavours and colours compliment the blueberries perfectly. This refreshing verrine sprinkled with beautiful and delicious edible flowers is truly irresistible.
Mango Verrine: ￥800 (before tax)
A coconut blancmange verrine is topped with Fiorentina’s popular mango pudding and fresh mango for a southern country vibe. The verrine is garnished with a drizzle of passion fruit sauce and seeds to accent the flavour.
Muscat Verrine: ￥800
Iced wine jelly is set over blancmange and shine muscat, creating a sophisticated verrine dessert. Enjoy the delicious thin layer of crunchy candy that has been carefully shaped to top the verrine.
Dragon Fruit Verrine: ￥800 (before tax)
A layer of fresh and fruity orange and grapefruit jelly rests on top of the Dragon Fruit and orange mousse. The balance of sweetness and sourness makes for a rare yet harmonious verrine.
Summer Icing Biscuits Assortment (size: 10cm): ￥850, box of 4: ￥1,200 (before tax )
From the baking to the decorating, each of these cookies are fully handmade and decorated. These are a popular choice of souvenir. Now, a summer edition series has been released. The assortment shown above is just one example from the series.
Chinaroom (6th floor)
Chinaroom serves Chinese regional dishes, an authentic Yum Cha tea service and Chinese steamed cakes that are made with a generous amount of egg. They are now serving a brand new Chinese parfait that is made with a wide range of ingredients.
Chinaroom Chinese Parfait: ￥1,800 (before tax )
Using a coconut husk as a bowl, mango pudding and steamed Chinese cake is served with fresh mango, coconut ice cream, fresh cream, raspberries and mint. Enjoy the refreshing sweetness of the coconut ice cream and the rich mango pudding. The fluffy steamed pudding adds a gentle touch of texture so irresistible you will not be able to stop taking big mouthfuls. The sweetness is not too overpowering.
Sprinkled around the coconut bowl is roughly smashed pieces of coconut and peanuts. This adds an exciting texture and aftertaste to your dessert experience. This dessert is the perfect way to cool your tastebuds after eating some hot and spicy noodles. ※ It is not possible to order just the dessert only.
Maduro, (4th floor Jazz Lounge)
Maduro is the perfect place for adults to relax with friends. This chic jazz lounge is a place where you can enjoy cocktails made with premium seasonal fruits throughout the year. Sweet, ripe mangos, peaches that you can enjoy down to the skin, and a wide range of fruits are used to make frozen cocktails, martinis and much more. Come enjoy a Maduro-style cocktail!
Mango Frozen Champagne (left): ￥2,500, Mango Daiquiri: ￥2,300 (centre ), Mango Mojito: ￥2,300 (right), all prices before tax
The mango daiquiri rum-based cocktail is made with ripe mangos sourced from Miyazaki Prefecture. The mangoes are puréed and used plentifully so that the real sweetness can be tasted. Combined with the sweetness of the rum, the flavour is strengthened.
The mango frozen champagne also uses ripe mangos sourced from Miyazaki prefecture. Champagne is poured over the carbonated ice to create this cocktail, creating a pleasant bubbly texture with a fruity aftertaste.
The mango mojito is a mango version of Maduro’s signature cocktail mojito. Miyazaki prefecture mangos were used to make this mojito. Lots of mint is added for a touch of freshness. The sweetness of the mango will spread through your mouth. This is the perfect summer cocktail.
Come try Grand Hyatt’s exquisite range of refreshing cocktails and desserts this summer.
Fiorentina Pastry Boutique
Address: Grand Hyatt Tokyo 1st floor (lobby)
6-10-3, Roppongi, Minato Ward, Tokyo
Opening Hours: 9:00 ー 22:00 ※ Cakes and tarts sold from 10:00 to 22:00
TEL: 03-4333-8713 （direct connection）
Address: Grand Hyatt Tokyo 6th floor
6-10-3, Roppongi, Minato Ward, Tokyo
Opening Hours: Lunch: 11:30-14:30（Weekends/ national hols: until 15:00） Dinner: 18:00-21:30
TEL: 03-4333-8785 （direct connection）
Address: Grand Hyatt Tokyo 4th floor
6-10-3, Roppongi, Minato Ward, Tokyo
Opening Hours: 19:00 ー 25:00 (Fridays/ Saturdays: until 26:00)
TEL: 03-4333-8783（direct connection）
Grand Hyatt Tokyo Official Website: https://www.hyatt.com/ja-JP/hotel/japan/grand-hyatt-tokyo/tyogh
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