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We offer over ten well-selected oysters from all over the world, like the original Oyster Bar in Manhattan does.

In addition, we serve 100 dishes from appetizers with fresh seafood, chowders, soups, salads, entrees to main dishes that reflect influences of Japanese cuisine and also various homemade desserts.

We offer an extensive selection of French, Italian and Californian wines, with 120 different varieties and also 12 carefully selected wines are available by the glass. Enjoy our well selected French white wine that complements our fresh oysters and seafood.

Wine List Here

 * Consumption tax will be added to your bill.

Fried Oysters NY Style
Fried Oysters Japanese style tartar sauce
Cajun Fried Popcorn Shrimp with Creole Remoulade
Fried Calamari with Marinara Sauce
Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail
Caesar Salad
Niçoise Salad with seared Blue Fin Tuna
New England Clam Chowder
Broiled Oysters Anchovy Butter
Oysters Rockefeller
Hamaguri Clams Casino
Steamed Mussels with Garlic
Old Fashioned Fish-N-Chips
Live Lobsters prepared to your liking
(Shipped directly from Nova Scotia, Canada)
Grilled Jumbo Shrimp in Garlic Butter
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The Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant offers well-selected oysters from Japan and many other countries around the world. Oysters vary in size, color or food texture depending on which marine water they are from. Enjoy the delicate difference in taste among the varying oysters we offer.

Japanese Oyster
Name Availability Characteristics Origin
Akkeshi Marugaki Year-round A full creamy meat nurtured in shell in cold Hokkaido water Akkeshi Bay, Akkeshi District, Hokkaido
Akkeshi Kaki Ehmon Dec. - Apr A direct descendant of ancient local species. Fluffy plump meat with well a balanced clean taste Akkeshi Bay, Akkeshi District, Hokkaido
Ako Late Nov – May A proud, rich, creamy taste and a firm and thick texture. Sakoshi Bay, Ako City, Hyogo
Ohkurokamishima Late Nov – May A flavor-rich oyster characterized by a salty sea aroma and a deep taste South Hiroshima Bay, Etajima City, Hiroshima
Komachi Year-round Large thick plump meat with great texture. No size reduction in summer because of sterility. Great taste all year round. South Hiroshima Bay, Etajima City, Hiroshima
Kujuukushima Nov. - May Nurtured in bountiful Kujuukushima water, offering mineral-rich and salty flavor wonderfully  Kujuukushima area, Sasebo City, Nagasaki
Iwagaki Haruka Mar. - May Brand name given only to those that meet the strict standards – characterized by dense meat and a firm texture. Hohomi, Oki, Oki District, Shimane
Other Oyster
Name Availability Characteristics Origin
Kusshi Oct. - June An exquisite balance of saltiness and sweetness refreshes the palate with a fruity after taste Deep Bay, British Columbia, Canada
Kumamoto Year-round Particularly popular in the U.S. and abroad - a distinctively rich taste in a small package. Totten Inlet, Washington, U.S.A.
Blue Point Year-round A characteristically full palate mineral-rich taste with depth Totten Inlet, Washington, U.S.A.
Oyster Bay Year-round A stunning balance of clean freshness and creaminess Totten Inlet, Washington, U.S.A.
Eagle Rock Year-round A luxurious taste experience; light texture with a rich after tone Totten Inlet, Washington, U.S.A.
Denial Bay Apr. - Nov. A crisp honest-tasting oyster raised in the clear calm water of South Australia Denial Bay, South Australia
Smokey Bay Apr. - Nov. An exquisite contrast of initial saltiness and a slow spread of sweetness Smokey Bay, South Australia
Coffin Bay Apr. - Nov. With a thicker shell to protect the body, this is a plump and fluffy meat rendering a clean crisp taste Coffin Bay, South Australia
St. Helens Apr. - Nov. Nurtured in unadulterated Tasmanian water, offering a mineral-rich yet clean taste Moulting Bay, Tasmania, Australia
Pitt Water Apr. - Nov. Oysters with a steady deep taste, nurtured in beautiful, mineral-rich water Pitt Water, Tasmania, Australia
Woody Island Apr. - Nov. Artfully balanced saltiness and sweetness followed by a refreshing clean after taste. Blackman Bay, Tasmania, Australia
Sydney Rock Oct. - May A unique variety characterized with mild bitterness and an aroma that renders a succinct yet deep taste. Pambula Lake, New South Wales, Australia
Irish Premium  Year-round Famous name among Irish oysters. Rich in minerals, with a well-balanced honest taste Tragheanna Bay, County Donegal, Ireland
Kaipara May - Nov. Clean taste condensed in a small flesh Kaipara Harbour, North Island, New Zealand

* Availability may vary depending on weather and climate conditions.
* Description of the taste characteristic is in general. It may differ depending on the conditions at the time of harvest.