Renga-tei opened in 1895 in Ginza as a Western-style restaurant. We developed dishes such as pork cutlets and other fried foods, omu-rice (rice omelet) and hayashi rice (hashed beef with rice), becoming the first restaurant in Japan to be called a Western-style restaurant.
Although the times have changed through the Meiji, Taisho, Showa and Heisei eras, we have continued making Western-style dishes that are well-loved in Japan.
We also have private tatami rooms.
|Address||3-5-16 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo|
|Hours||Monday－Friday Lunch 11：15-15：00 L.O. 14：15
Monday－Friday Dinner 16：40-21：00 L.O. 20：30
Saturdays and public holidays Lunch 11：15-15：00 L.O. 14：15
Saturdays and public holidays Dinner 16：40-20：45 L.O. 20：00
|Holiday||Closed on Sundays
Closed 4 to 5 days of Bon holidays in August, and New Year's holidays