As you set foot in the restaurant, it is like you have stepped onto an island paradise in the South Pacific!
It feels as if you are cruising through the Polynesian Islands.
The selection of international dishes is full of variety.
Here is the table for the “children” , big and small, to make your burgers as you like.
There is a variety of hors d’oeuvres in many colors.
There are a number of different rooms in the restaurant, but we were guided to the Captain Cook Room.
The room with blue tone was decorated with numerous pictures and models of tall ships that Captain Cook had sailed.
After toasting with a glass of sparkling wine, I started with the hors d’oeuvres.
At the Manager’s recommendation, I had Chinatown chicken salad, shrimp cocktail and Camembert cheese on the cracker, which was all very delicious.
From the large selection of rich international cuisine I chose the spare rib, chimaki (sticky rice dumplings), Malay style fried noodles, shrimp in sea urchin sauce, fried wonton, shumai (pork dumpling), and the Nyonya style steamed red snapper.
Here is roasted beef loin and thick-sliced pork .
Meat roasted in the wood-fired Chinese Oven is also very fragrant.
This is the roasted chicken.
My husband was very satisfied by the large selection of meat.
The recommended Green Curry, although spicy, was a gem balanced by the sweetness of the coconut milk.
By the time we reached the dessert, we had become considerably full.
I had and a cupcake, peach cobbler, and a brownie along with the original blend coffee.
Tasty hot coffee is said to keep the foam for a long time, and this coffee kept the foam right up to the very last and the smell and taste of the coffee made us want another glass.
We were embraced by the different culture of the tropics, all without leaving Japan..
We not only enjoyed the delicious cuisine but also the wonderful dream of a trip that lingers on.
Thanks to the staff, we were able to enjoy the luxurious time.