Wolfgang Pucks is located in the Roppongi district of Tokyo, about 5 minutes walk from Roppongi station. You'll have to pass through the part of Roppongi which many consider "the wrong side of the tracks" to get to it, but even bad parts of Japan are safer than good parts of Europe and America.
The restaurant is large and roomy, and has a private dining room available for special occasions. The atmosphere is reminiscent of a New York restaurant, laid out and decorated in the same way. It's a relaxing place to have a drink or a good dinner, and, if you are looking for something less Japanese during your visit to Japan, it's a great place for lunch or dinner.
Service is first-rate, wait staff are attentive, empty dishes are cleared promptly, drinks and refills are served quickly. Though a little pricey, the food is worth the money. Being an American, and having living in Japan for 10 years, I often get a craving for a good steak and potatoes, and no place satisfies that craving like Wolfgang Pucks.
Lunch is a remarkably good value, and portions are very big, so bring a good apatite. If you are visiting Tokyo, and are seeing Tokyo Tower, or the Zozoji Temple, you'll find Wolgang Puck's about 20 minutes away on foot. It's a great place to eat, and I can't recommend it enough.
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