Halloween Specials @ Andaz Tokyo
Get in the Halloween spirit at Andaz Tokyo!
Our Halloween Afternoon tea featuring savory mummy pies and pumpkin pudding eyeballs bring a festive mood to The Tavern Lounge, while Chef Tanaka showcases whimsically spooky sweets at the Pastry Shop!
Join in the Costume Fun @ BeBu!
This Halloween, BeBu offers 2 very special campaigns for guests dressed in costume:
1) 1 Hour Additional Free-Flow:
Reserve ahead with your party of 4 persons or more and receive 1 hour additional free flow! Applicable only when booking through our official website. All participants MUST wear Halloween costumes or accessories in order to receive benefits. Minimum of 4 people, limit of 20 people per group.
2) Instagram Contest– Win Dinner for 2!
Post your best BeBu Halloween photo on Instagram. The most creative photo will win Dinner for 2 at BeBu!
Rules to win:
1- Follow us @andaztokyo
2- Post your photo(s) tagging us on Instagram @andaztokyo (https://www.instagram.com/andaztokyo/)
3- Include the hashtags #andaztokyo and #andazbebu
The guest with the most creative "Halloween at BeBu" photo posted will win a gift certificate for Dinner for 2 at BeBu! Photos must be posted by the end of the day on October 31st. Winner will be chosen on November 1st and featured on our Instagram page.
The Tavern - Grill & Lounge Halloween Afternoon Tea The ever popular Halloween Afternoon Tea returns again this season with candle shaped finger sandwiches, savory mummy pies, pumpkin pudding eyeballs and ghost filled choux. This festive menu also features beni-imo purple potatoes and pumpkin – for a quintessential autumn afternoon tea.
Pastry Shop Halloween Sweets Pastry Chef Tanaka’s whimsically scary miniature Halloween treats return this year with a few new surprises. Our top picks include the Mont Blanc Roll Cake with pumpkin cream, bitter chocolate mousse shaped like a witch hat, and a spooky eyeball mousse floating atop pumpkin pudding. Make sure to stop by the Pastry Shop where our scary sweets await you!
BeBu Halloween Party Plan Make this a Costume Party for the chance to Win! See more below: Historically celebrated to mark the beginning of winter, the origin of Halloween can be traced back to Celtic culture in Ireland and Great Britain. This year’s Halloween Party Plan offers comfort foods including Colcannon, a dish of mashed potatoes and cabbage traditionally enjoyed during the holiday, Guinness stew, Sautéed lamb as well as mini burgers topped with pumpkin for some autumn flair. Complete with free flowing beverages, enjoy a Halloween party that goes beyond scary costumes.