Tida Dining Shinsaishin of Yugaf Inn serves Chinese food lover’s delight
Hotel Yugaf Inn in Nago is not a part of a worldwide conglomerates that many of the large resorts on Okinawa are, its very well liked by its customers because of its nice location just next to Nago Beach in the western part of the city.
But one does not have to be a staying guest at the hotel to enjoy it, as its restaurant Tida Dining Shinsaishin boasts one of the best and largest buffets with no less than 50 authentic Chinese dishes on the table, many of them changing according to the season.
For as little as ¥2,500 per adult, a visitor can eat to his or her heart’s content for two hours, including such seasonal delicacies as steamed salmon and vegetables, stir-fried shrimp and shark steak flavored with lobster sauce and palm oil.
Health-conscious diners will undoubtedly be delighted with foods from the hotel’s Chinese herbal medicine menus that are prepared by a licensed herb chef.
Naturally such perennial favorites as stir-fried shrimp in sweet and spicy chili sauce, sweet and sour pork and unbelievable variety of dim sum dumplings are all included in the buffet.
The buffet costs ¥2,500 for adults, ¥1,500 for elementary-school age children, and ¥500 for children ages 4 to 5. The prices do not include tax or beverages.
For customers who so wish, a certified halal-food menu is available with a reservation three days in advance.
The location of Yugaf Inn makes it an ideal stop after a day at the Expo Park in Motobu or any other attractions of the northern Okinawa. It’s in the western part of the city right on Road #449 that follows the coastline from Nago to Motobu. Being a resort, free parking is not a problem.