Asiatisch inspirierte moderne Küche und
authentisches japanisches Sushi Restaurant



When dining becomes an experience 

Embark on an enjoyable journey and follow the preparation of your food in the large open show kitchen. In our modern, product-focused kitchen you will find European and Asian influences as well as regional products. We combine creativity with unique products and authentic Japanese sushi with the best wines in a relaxed atmosphere.


In light of the current COVID-19 situation, we are taking appropriate hygiene measures to ensure that you always feel safe and comfortable with us.  Learn more about the implementation of our hygiene standards here.


Vox Business Lunch

Enjoy a high-quality lunch in the noble ambience of Vox Restaurant with weekly changing dishes. A soft drink and a coffee of your choice are included.


gemütlich at Grand Hyatt Berlin

It´s getting cozy again! Just in time for the cold season, Grand Hyatt Berlin surprises you with its pop-up restaurant Gemütlich, where you can enjoy a variety of cheese fondues and hearty, wintery dishes. Directly at the opposite of Vox Restaurant!



As a perfect addition to our signature dishes, or simply on its own – our sushi will amaze you. It hardly gets more authentic than this. 



Elegant cocktails and an extraordinary whisky selection

In our adjoining Vox Bar, the focus is on an exceptional selection of whiskies and cigars, as well as cocktails and the art of bartending. It is the perfect place for an aperitif or high-spirited weekends with your friends.




His greatest passions are gratified in the spring, with its abundance of regional products and truffles, which he would rather eat himself, accompanied by a good white wine, than process in his kitchen. Since 2017, as chef at Vox Restaurant, he has been able to indulge his affinity for product quality, filigree design and modern architecture to the fullest, and integrate them into every dish. “The product is the star!”


Yagami, who was born in Japan in the year of the first moon landing, visited Germany for the first time in 1989, directly after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Shortly after, he began his long training as a Sushi Master in his home country before returning to Germany in 1997. Ever since, he is preparing the fish for guests in the Vox Restaurant with the precision and perfect cuts that come with his 30 years of experience.