This restaurant specializes in Japanese cuisine, but it’s a far cry from what Japanese cuisine really is. The prices are nearly double that of restaurants outside the hotel and the food quality is low. One night I felt lazy, after a long day out exploring, so I decided to give dinner a try here. I ordered coconut crusted shrimp as an appetizer and a seafood risotto listed under house specials. What was served was friend breaded small shrimp with a mayonnaise based coconut dipping sauce. The risotto was Japanese style fried rice with seafood arranged in a circle, creating a ring around the mound of rice. I was aghast; the server should have informed me that neither the coconut shrimp nor the risotto was available. At $50US for the dinner, what I received was unacceptable. On another occasion, being short on time between tours, I ordered a Mexican burger for lunch. There was no description of what the Mexican burger consisted of, and the server was clueless, but I wanted to give it a go, thinking that it would be a burger with avocado and salsa. Instead it was a mound of burger, soggy bacon, friend salami, and an egg, on a bun slathered with Russian dressing. The whole thing fell apart as I took a bite and didn’t resemble anything close to Mexican. Additionally, the restaurant was out of diet coke and the local pilsner, as well as Corona.