We want our guests to enjoy special moments here, so we put a lot of effort into creating a lively atmosphere.
KASA in Pullman Tokyo Tamachi...
Fine Causal Dining with a View
For casual dining with a greate view, try our stylish onsite restaurant, KASA.Our floor-to-ceiling windows provide a background of colour and light, while our chefs work their magic in our open kitchen. Our menu ranges from coffee and light snacks to a variety of gourmet delights. Get a table on the terrace and enjoy the view of Tokyo Bay.
Each Dish a Surprise
“We created a casual, relaxed atmosphere where guests can enjoy their dining experience,” KASA’s Executive Chef Thomas says. “We want our guests to enjoy special moments here, so we put a lot of effort into creating a lively atmosphere. We draw inspiration from traditional Japanese flavours like miso and salted koji combinations. Each item we serve is a surprise—and each is presented in its own serving dish.”
Chef Thomas was born and raised in Indonesia. At age 19 he moved to Australia where he studied culinary arts in Melbourne. There he honed his skills at numerous hotels and restaurants before moving to Japan in 2009. He worked as assistant executive chef at several international hotels and restaurants in Japan before assuming his current position as KASA’s executive chef. Chef Thomas combines leading-edge techniques gleaned from authentic European cuisine with his knowledge of traditional Japanese foods to create original, innovative dishes.
"Since food is a reflection of local agriculture, we like to use local ingredients as much as possible. In Japan the food is safe, and quality standards are high. Our menu features dishes made from local ingredients, including seasonal vegetables, fresh seafood delivered daily, organic chicken and Japanese wagyu beef, all products made in Japan.
For staters, I recommend the iberico ham, which matches the sweetness of Japanese persimmons with a subtle hint of 10-year aged balsamico. The aroma of iberico ham and cheese contrasts with the sweetness of persimmons and hint of balsamico, creating a deep flavor that guests will really enjoy.
From the pristine waters of Mount Fuji, we offer yuzu-cured trout flavored with shisho and seaweed. Our meats include Japanese wagyu, Australian beef, lamb shoulder, and smoked pork ribs. We also offer an array of sauces that include yuzu ponzu sauce, red wine sauce, wine vinegar, and an olive-oil-based chimichurri sauce.
For dessert, we have a cold-stone ice cream parfait, a fun “chocolate surprise” that we prepare right before your eyes, and a tarte tatin made with black-tea-infused persimmon. Just struggling to make that decision is fun in itself!"
For outdoor dining, nothing beats lunch on our terrace. And for guests on the go, coffee and other gourmet items are available for takeout at our Barista counter.
When you need a break from the daily grind, KASA is the perfect place to refresh, have fun, and enjoy great cuisine.