Giving two rooms, the #3 award may be debatable because the food is so good. Two rooms is noted to be one of the late night posh bars in Japan for gaijins. But Two rooms has fantastic food during any part of the day. The reason it gets dinged is that its quite pricey.
Though many people call it a gaijin spot – which it is – the brunch is mostly Japanese people – well, ladies that is since men don’t eat brunch in Japan. The eggs benedict and scallops are my favorite. They make the most interesting muesli and the french toast is decadent. They usually have good oysters as well.
In addition to the food, the view is quite nice and the area is nice to walk around and visit Omotesando. So if you are looking for a really great brunch for a nice day, this is place to go.
Here is a summary from the website. Suspended high above Tokyo’s fashion district, TWO ROOMS GRILL | BAR offers simple yet elegant dishes utilising Old and New World cooking techniques and only the freshest market produce. Working with exclusive winemakers from around the world, TWO ROOMS GRILL | BAR also offers a comprehensive range of international wines from our glass walk-in cellar. Located in the bar and lounge just across the water-terraced bridge from the main dining area, the 1800-bottle cellar also doubles as the entrance to the private dining room. TWO ROOMS’ exquisite cuisine and wines, extensive list of cocktails, the elegant wood-and-leather decor, featuring 50,000 year old swamp Kauri from New Zealand, plus stunning views of the Tokyo skyline, will ensure an exceptional dining experience.