Yebisu Garden Place was once a huge brewing facility back in the late 1800's but was re-tooled into this nice looking garden in 1994. Right in the middle of the mix was this faithful architectural reproduction of a Loire Château - Château Restaurant Joël Robuchon.La Table de Joël Robuchon is siuated on the ground floor of the building and is more of a casual dining place comparing to the more formal Restaurant Joël Robuchon on 2/F. We elected to go to La Table because we were fairly underdressed that night.The decor of La Table is very crafty with classical looking mirrors, calved walls and medieval chandeliers while using purple as the predominant color. The atmosphere is very electric, which is absolutely perfect for romantic gathering.We ordered the tasting menu and everything from soup (porcini soup with pan seared foie gras) to appetizer (The 'egg', quail with porcini sauce & foie gras, pan seared scallops) were simply works of art. The main courses, wagyu beef and lamb, we thought were just average and the dessert was a little disappointing (we prefer something which requires a little more skills such as cakes, tarts, or creme brulee rather than sorbets, ice creams and fresh fruits).The service was everything you would expect from a top restaurant in Tokyo and the price tag was very decent (10,000 Yens per person) for Tokyo standards.