One thing that you will not run out of here in Okinawa is luxury beach hotels. Being the tropical paradise that it is, this island allures tourists at the millions every year and a system has to be in place to accommodate such masses. Each hotel has their own way to attract customers but one thing is for sure, they need to have an equally matching spectacular restaurant to finalize the deal. In the case of the Renaissance resort hotel at Onna-son, Four Seasons restaurant does the job quite nicely.
Four Seasons is a French-Italian cuisine restaurant with a remarkable view of the sea. The walls are almost non-existent facing the ocean side as the glass windows go from corner to corner. They have ala carte menu on a regular basis but their spot light of course is their lunch buffet. For the menu, there are assorted many types of breads complete with its partnered dips. The dips range from pâté to balsamic olive oil. The salads have choices of Greek style toppings such as olives and feta, and let’s not forget the salmon and also the roast beef which honestly can be considered already as part of the entrée. For the main course, oh my pasta! Bolognese, Genovese, Alfredo, Aglio e Olio, and the one with tomato sauce and a big chunk of beef brisket (Please don’t ask me to spell it). Absolutely magnifique! As for the final cherry on top (quite literally), there are the desserts. I believe I saw no less than 10 different types of cakes each more elegant than the next. For the cost, the lunch buffet will cost you about 2,500 yen but I would consider it as reasonable especially since it’s one of the prime restaurants for the Renaissance resort hotel.
Before I forget, be careful not to confuse this restaurant with another steak house chain that shares the same name. This happened to me on more than one occasion which I ended up being 30 minutes late for a luncheon as I was waiting at the wrong place. This restaurant is located on the 2nd floor of the hotel which you may have visited to use their pool or beach during the peak of summer. To get there, simply drive north on route 58 until you enter Onna-son. The hotel is along the road so you should see it right away. A good land mark that I like to use is at about a kilometre prior to reaching the hotel, there is an Oki-ham factory which has a giant plastic cow on the lawn. Once you see that, start focusing on your left.
They accept yen, credit cards
6:00pm-10:00pm (Dinner) *Lunch is only open on T, TH, S, and SU
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