For everyone working hard every day, how about taking a little break at our cool hotel restaurant?
Berry Moheat / Berry Mojito ¥2,800
A captivating drink that will leave you hooked with its sweet and tangy coolness, woven from four types of berries such as strawberries and blueberries, along with refreshing mint. The crisp aroma of rosemary adds a delightful accent.
Pineapple Moheat / Pineapple Mojito ¥2,800
Indulge in a taste of the tropics with this summer cocktail that combines the seasonal flavor of pineapple with a blend of three types of rum. We generously incorporate freshly cut pineapple pieces into the glass, creating a drink that allows you to fully savor the essence of summer.
Champagne Moheat / Champagne Mojito ¥3,800
A truly refreshing drink that will make you forget the summer heat. We start with Trader Vic's Moheat, made with plenty of fresh mint and lime, and then pour an abundant amount of champagne right in front of our valued guests to complete this exquisite cocktail.
Summer Moheat Collection
Duration: Until August 31, 2023 (Thursday)
Service Hours: Lunch: 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM Dinner: 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Prices: Berry Moheat / Berry Mojito ¥2,800 Pineapple Moheat / Pineapple Mojito ¥2,800 Champagne Moheat / Champagne Mojito ¥3,800 (*An additional service charge will apply.)
For inquiries: Hotel New Otani (Tokyo), 4-1 Kioicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Trader Vic's Tokyo (Garden Tower, 4th floor) Direct line: 03-3265-4707
・About Trader Vic's Tokyo
"TRADER VIC'S," an island resort dining establishment, opened its doors in San Francisco in 1937. It has become an iconic international restaurant with locations in major cities worldwide, including London and Dubai. Offering a unique blend of Western and Eastern cuisine known as "fusion cuisine," TRADER VIC'S provides a distinctive culinary experience with its interior reminiscent of a tropical paradise, evoking the charm of the South Pacific.
"Trader Vic's Tokyo," which was established at Hotel New Otani in 1974, also welcomes guests with an array of "global flavors." The restaurant showcases authentic folk crafts imported from Papua New Guinea and Tahiti, creating an atmosphere that transports visitors to the South Pacific. Moreover, guests can savor a variety of dishes, including spare ribs and steaks, cooked to perfection in traditional wood-fired ovens, providing an exceptional dining experience.