Hei Fung Terrace Cantonese Restaurant | The Peninsula Tokyo

Exquisite dining from authentic Cantonese specialties to delectable grilled fare with views of the skyline.


Hei Fung Terrace is the ultimate location for sophisticated Cantonese dining in Tokyo with its interior reminiscent of an exotic Suzhou garden. At lunch, bamboo baskets are filled with both classic favourites and the chefs' own innovative interpretations. Dinner signatures include sliced Moromi pork with dark vinegar and minced garlic Szechuan paste and chilled sliced sea conch with spring onion, cucumber and coriander. For special and intimate occasions, Hei Fung Terrace offers four private dining rooms, two of which offer sweeping views of the Imperial Palace Gardens, as well as an exclusive Chinese Chef's Table located in the kitchen area.




Hong Kong Lunch Boxes, Assorted Appetizer Box and Signature Box (Takeaway)

Weekday Lunch Menu

Weekend Lunch Menu

Dinner Menu

À La Carte Menu

* Please note that in accordance with government regulations, alcoholic beverages will not be served during the State of Emergency.

Cuisine Type





11:30 am - 2:30 pm (LO 2:00 pm) (Tuesday to Saturday)
11:00 am - 3:00 pm (LO 2:30 pm) (Sunday and Public Holidays)

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm (LO 7:30 pm) (Tuesday to Sunday and Public Holidays)


*Hei Fung Terrace is closed for both lunch and dinner on Mondays


+81 3 6270 2888

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Dress Code

Smart Casual

Meet The Chef Ryu Osaki

Born and raised in Yokohama, Japan, Chef Ryu Osaki is a veteran of authentic Chinese cuisine and brings his lifelong passion for Cantonese cooking to The Peninsula Tokyo. As Executive Chinese Chef, Chef Osaki's philosophy is to create authentic and traditional Cantonese dishes by using rich, seasonal ingredients from Japan and China.

Chef's signature set meal is available at lunch or dinner

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Executive Chinese Chef Ryu Osaki

My menus are inspired by authentic Cantonese flavors combined with Japan’s unique, seasonal ingredients and culinary traditions. I like to create dishes with an inventive spin on the traditional, such as my signature double-boiled soup.