Hacienda Del Cielo

Far from out of place, the Mexican eatery Haciendo Del Cielo has made a name for itself in Tokyo. Derived from the Mexican phrase which means, “House in the Sky,” the contemporary restaurant serves a modern Mexican menu in a casual way overlooking the bustling city at its feet. To add to the authentic décor, a chandelier in the shape of the Kukulcan, the feathered serpent seated at the apex of the Mayan pantheon, hangs in the middle of the eatery. Outside, the terrace can comfortably seat 30 diners while showcasing mystifying views of the city below.

Dinner favorites include the traditional tacos, burritos, chimichangas and enchiladas – and a festive drink menu includes classic mojitos, sangria and margaritas. A special spicy menu is reserved for the daring.

A lunch menu is also available. Reservations are encouraged and can be made through the website.

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