The Imperial Viking or Imperial Viking Sal is one of the classiest buffet restaurants of Tokyo. Viking here actually means 'buffet' in Japanese, and the restaurant has got its name as it serves a sumptuous buffet of European dishes.
In fact, Imperial Viking has been a pioneer in introducing buffet style meals in Japan. Serving the city for more than 40 years now, the restaurant is a prized possession of The Imperial Hotel. The restaurant caters a grand banquet which includes dozens of continental dishes to tuck in. International cuisines are also promoted occasionally, and in every meal, the diners are treated to as much as they wish to eat. A light jazz music
Perched on the 17th floor of The Imperial Hotel, Imperial Viking offers excellent views of the Hibiya Park and Ginza. With the light jazz music that plays in the background and the panorama from the height, eating in Imperial Viking is definitely an experience in itself. Service is an added perk when it comes to dining in this restaurant. True to its name Imperial, the restaurant does give a regal reception to the customers.
1-1, Uchisaiwaicho 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku,
Imperial Hotel Tokyo, Main Bld. 17F