In this restaurant, you can eat any Japanese food you want. The food here tastes great and tastes great. Of course, this is a luxury hotel, and the price is relatively expensive.
In my opinion, this is the best business hotel in town. It offers a wide variety of buffet food, which tastes good. The staff is warm and friendly and I like it very much.
The restaurants at Toya Windsor Hotel are so popular that they almost have no place to eat hungry when checking in in the evening. Fortunately, the girl in another restaurant saw that we were not able to communicate well in Japanese, so she made a round of phone calls and finally confirmed the Du's hymn. At 8:30 in the evening, the restaurant was still full. We ordered a recommended set meal, a beef hot pot, two single dishes, three mouthfuls. The set meal tastes great, the beef hot pot meat is very tender, and the presentation is superb! The price is a bit more expensive, but you have to taste everything when you go out to play.
Just like the name of this restaurant, it belongs to the mid-to-high-end dishes, which are quite delicious.
Horse meat tastes good, it feels a bit old when grilled, and sashimi is okay.