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  • address1-1 Hibiya Koen, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
  • tel03-3591-2411
  • business_hourOPEN 11:30 a.m~ CLOSE 09:00 p.m.
  • access2-minute walk from Subway "Hibiya Sta."
    3-minute walk from Subway "Kasumigaseki Sta."
    5-minute walk from Subway "Ginza Sta."
    5-minute walk from JR "Yurakucho Sta."
Closed Mondays (Or the next day if Monday is a holiday)
Because it is a terrace, business hours may change due to the weather.
Website https://hibiyasaroh.jp/


Hibiya Saroh, a long-established garden restaurant where you can enjoy your meal in open-air terrace seating


Established in 1949, Hibiya Saroh is a long-running restaurant near Hibiya Park's First Flower Garden.
Primarily made up of terrace seating, it can be called Japan's oldest garden restaurant. Surrounded by lush greenery and nature, you can enjoy a superb selection of multinational dishes and beer from around the world.

This open-air restaurant Hibiya Saroh is located a mere 2-minute walk from Subway "Hibiya Sta.", and a 5-minute walk from Subway "Kasumigaseki Sta." and JR "Yurakucho Sta.". Enter Hibiya Park from where there is a police box in front of the park, and after a short walk you will see a large umbrella marking the way.

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  • A refreshing breeze sweeps through the 1st floor which has no outer walls and contains 120 seats. Of those, 50 seats have an electric awning so you can eat and drink there even on a rainy day. On the 2nd floor there is a salon room that can be reserved for groups of over 20 people, such as wedding after-parties and company welcome parties or farewell parties.
  • Hibiya Saroh has a selection of beers from around the world such as German and Belgian beers. You can have your fill of fresh beer straight from the tap. They also provide a drink menu that has a great variety of drinks with an emphasis on beer, such as finely selected craft beer and original alcohol drinks.
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Their dishes are mainly western-style, but they are developing a range of Asian and multinational dishes as well. Their most popular dish, Tokyo Saroh Rice (850 yen, or 1,000 yen for large portion) is a gapao rice dish made with jasmine rice stir-fried with garlic, Thai red chilies, chicken, and green beans, topped with a perilla leaf and fried egg for a Japanese finish. It contains all four familiar Thai seasonings, Kruang Prung, but you can add as much as you like and change the flavor to suit your tastes. Old-fashioned Showa Omurice (850 yen, or 1,000 yen for a large portion), true to its name, is a good old-fashioned thin-skinned egg and ketchup omurice. Containing fresh "Phoenix Eggs" from Sagamihara in Kanagawa Prefecture, the secret ingredient of jasmine rice adds a touch of sweetness and elegance.
*The price on the menu only applies to lunch time on weekdays (11:30 am - 2:00 pm).
*The normal price (1,090 yen) is applied on weekends and holidays.

Hibiya Saroh is a restaurant where you can appreciate seasonal flowers in the background. Please drop by to quench your thirst with our proudly selected beer and enjoy their signature menu while embracing nature. You'll be sure to have a unique experience.

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