Updated: November 07, 2018
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The Best Hotel Buffets in Okinawa!

Naha

Even if you aren't a staying guest, here are the best places to have a delicious buffet in Naha, Okinawa!

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The Riverside Cafe & Dining

The Riverside Café & Dining at the Doubletree by Hilton offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. They offer healthy and gourmet food as well. The breakfast has a nice variety of fruits and pastries and dinner has a nice mix of Japanese and Western food.

Dining 19

Dining 19 is in the Rihga Royal Gran Okinawa Hotel and offers all three meals. Breakfast focuses on fresh fruits and vegetables from Okinawa and is 2,450 yen for adults and 1,600 yen for children. Lunch is 2,700 yen and 3,900 yen for Sunday brunch.

Printemps

Printemps is located in the Crowne Plaza Hotel and offers lunch, breakfast and dinner. They have Japanese and Western cuisine. They have omelettes made right before your eyes and different kinds of pastries available too.
https://www.ihg.com/crowneplaza/hotels/us/en/okinawa/

Sakurazaka (桜坂)

https://naha.regency.hyatt.com/ja/hotel/dining/sakurazaka.html
Sakurazaka is located within the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Naha. The restaurant has a bright interior as it receives a lot of natural light. They only offer breakfast and lunch, which are respectively 2,000 yen (1,200 yen for children), and 2,500 yen (1,250 yen for children). They have Western and Japanese breakfast and lots of delicious cakes!
https://naha.regency.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/sakurazaka.html

Sky Lounge

The Sky Lounge offers incredible breakfast and lunch at the Hotel Ocean. What is great about their buffet is that they offer local organic vegetables, as well as plenty of awesome local Okinawan dishes. For example, there is a taco rice station where you can make your own. Taco rice is a local dish created by the American navy. There is also "goya chanpuru", a very famous local dish, which is a bitter melon stir-fry, usually served with pork.
The breakfast buffet is 1,500 yen (750 for children); lunch is 1,700 yen (800 for children).

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