International Dining PINE TERRACE

Miyazaki Terroir theme offering the many fabulous flavors of Miyazaki

The all-new Pine Terrace’s Miyazaki Terroir theme highlights the wonderful taste of Miyazaki-grown food. This buffet-style restaurant features local cuisine crafted from traditional Miyazaki fruits and vegetables, award-winning Miyazaki beef, rich seafood nurtured in the Kuroshio Current off Miyazaki’s scenic coast, and other mouth-watering treats from Miyazaki’s treasure trove of tastes in world-class dishes that bring out the absolute best in each delicious ingredient.

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Phoenix Seagaia Resort has renovated its popular Pine Terrace buffet-style restaurant for the first time since its opening at the Seagaia’s flagship hotel, the Sheraton Grande Ocean Resort. The restaurant is scheduled to open for dinner on Sunday, January 28, 2018 and for lunch soon after on February 1, 2018.

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Miyazaki Terroir theme offering the many fabulous flavors of Miyazaki

The all-new Pine Terrace’s Miyazaki Terroir theme highlights the wonderful taste of Miyazaki-grown food. This buffet-style restaurant features local cuisine crafted from traditional Miyazaki fruits and vegetables, award-winning Miyazaki beef, rich seafood nurtured in the Kuroshio Current off Miyazaki’s scenic coast, and other mouth-watering treats from Miyazaki’s treasure trove of tastes in world-class dishes that bring out the absolute best in each delicious ingredient.

New Teppanyaki and BYO-style beverage corner create a resort-type food experience

In the center of the buffet area is a salad bar designed especially for this restaurant. Guests start their dining experience by helping themselves to a hearty serving of fresh and healthy fruits and vegetables. Chefs highlight their masterful culinary skills right in front of guests at the new teppanyaki grill to create wonderfully delicious dishes served piping hot. The buffet features unique sections for local cuisine, pizza, dessert, and more. The attractive display of fresh vegetables, seasonal ingredients, and menu written on a blackboard all create a traditional market-like atmosphere. The beverage corner offers a wide selection of wines, Japanese sake and shochu at reasonable prices. In this BYO-style (Bring Your Own), guests make a purchase and take it to their table.