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My top food and restaurants picks to visit at Tokyo Disneyland. With so much to do and see at Disneyland in Tokyo, save yourself some time and decide on a restaurant before you arrive. There's a lot to choose from so we've done the hard yards to pick out 8 top picks for lunch for anyone, even the kids!
Tokyo Station Buffet is an affordable, large-scale, all-you-can-eat restaurant conveniently located in a building right next to the Tokyo Station. It's a good option if you're really hungry and want to have many different kinds of Japanese foods. Western and Chinese dishes are also offered.
The Hotel New Otani Makuhari's restaurant is offering, until November 5th, a Holloween-themed buffet! Enjoy sweets, sandwiches and many more dishes made from seasonal fall ingredients!
Other than the ordinary fried chicken, the buffet provides assorted kinds of pasta, soups, bread, and sweets. Alert to beer lovers, all-you-can-drink beer plan is available! It is open at Lalaport Expo City, Osaka since 2015. Expect long queues during weekends and public holidays.
Looking for a way to fill up on a decent buffet breakfast that won't break the bank? Coco's Restaurant offers a all-you-can-eat style buffet breakfast every day of the week for under 900 yen! With locations all across Tokyo, head here to fuel up for a big day ahead!
Most Amazing Dining Experience Ever at "THE Sky"! Akasaka's Revolving Restaurant with a Stunning View
THE Sky, a revolving buffet restaurant at the Hotel New Otani in Akasaka, is a great place to enjoy the panoramic view of Tokyo. They offer a variety of delicious dishes and the stunning view from the middle of Tokyo. It is suitable for families and couples who want to have an unforgettable dining experience.
Craving for something sweet? SWEETS PARADISE is the place to go. It is a chain restaurant where you can enjoy a great selection of desserts in a buffet style. Not only you can eat as many as tasty desserts including Japanese-style cakes, but also it is reasonable. You should give it a try!
Do you know kushiage, or also called kushikatsu? It is a Japanese-style deep fried food on a stick that is originated in Osaka. You eat them with dipping sauce, and the batter is nicely light and crispy. Definitely the great dish you should try. Kushiya Monogatari, a big kushiage chain restaurant, is the best place to enjoy the dish as they offer the buffet where you fry your choices of ingredients by your selves.