Best Restaurants to Eat at in Tokyo: Seryna

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Address: 3 Chome-12-2 Roppongi, Minato City, Tokyo 106-0032, Japan

Recently, I have been hesitant to post as many food recommendations because of how many places are closed around the world (and sadly, I do not know what will be open still when everything goes back to normal). However, I want to hope for the best and hope that everything is still open once people start to travel again.

Seryna is an amazing crab shabu shabu restaurant in Tokyo. While they do have the normal beef shabu shabu (which is very good), as you can see in the picture above, they are most famous for their crab shabu shabu. Seryna has some of the highest quality, juiciest crab legs and claws you will ever taste.

I am not sure what type of crab it is (Dungeness, King, etc.), but it is so good regardless. Also, the presentation is incredible, as they carefully peel off all of the shell. This makes it both easy to eat and easy to take pictures of.

While I have gotten the beef shabu shabu there, I would recommend getting the crab. They are the same price pretty much, and the beef is similar to other high-end shabu shabu restaurants. If you are going all the way to Seryna, it would be a waste not to get the crab.

Seryna is definitely a restaurant that you should visit for lunch. The difference between the lunch and dinner prices is significant, and it is virtually the same menu. For lunch, the crab shabu shabu set is roughly $75 (still not cheap), while the dinner set would be around $130. If you are willing to splurge and are a big seafood fan, this is one of the best restaurants to visit in Tokyo!

Seryna Recommendation Rating: 4.5

1: Something worth checking out if you have time

2: Something that is a hit for some people, but not a must for everyone

3: Something worth prioritizing if interested

4: Something worth making time to check out

5: An absolute home run, worth going out of your way for


One response to “Best Restaurants to Eat at in Tokyo: Seryna”

  1. […] Seryna (High-end shabu-shabu, Price: $50-200) […]


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