Get the royal treatment and all you can eat, too!

The lunch buffet is on the first floor, just to the left of the entrance.  We were seated right in front of the window with a stunning view of the Chatan harbor. The buffet itself is so big that the distance to the end and your table is quite far; I almost feel like you shouldn’t feel any guilt because you are burning calories walking back and forth. The restaurant is spotless and so clean. Everything looks perfectly organized and well designed. The food was incredible. The buffet starts with sushi with a sushi chef cutting and slicing fish in front of you. There are also salad, meat and vegetable stations.  Instead of being the usual assortment of plain steamed vegetables, all the vegetables were prepared with exotic sauces. It was remarkable how unique all the dishes were. Moving on from the vegetables you come across Indian curries with lamb and traditional Okinawan dishes like goya champuru.

The desserts at the Hilton did not disappoint. There were an assortment of pies, exotic puddings and mousses. As a bonus, there was even a yogurt chef who would mix any type of frozen yogurt and fruit for you by hand. The biceps on this yogurt chef were huge from smashing all that frozen yogurt together. I am not a big fan of chocolate waterfalls, but as far as aesthetics go, there was a pretty impressive looking chocolate waterfall. We started and ended the buffet with coffees, and the coffee was delicious. I felt that it was all such high quality food, and probably some of the highest quality food on the island. Although the Hilton Buffet is a bit more expensive than other places on Okinawa, it is well worth it. One person admission to the buffet is 2400 yen.  This would be perfect for any special occasion, a birthday, or maybe just a celebration of your pay day. Buffet 7 Days a Week Prices slightly higher at weekends


Opening Hours

  • 6:30 am to 10:30 pm
  •  Every day

Hilton Hotel Shinka Lunch Buffet

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