Kensington’s Meisho Restaurant reopens on Saturday

Posted on Apr 20 2021

Meisho Restaurant offers not only great Japanese food but exclusive fine dining that will make every guest feel special. (CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS)

Gourmands of Saipan, rejoice! Kensington Hotel Saipan’s Meisho Restaurant is reopening on Saturday, April 24, featuring many of the regional and traditional dishes of Japan.

The restaurant, which has a reputation of prestige with its fine décor and authentic Japanese food and taste, has lined up a new menu to welcome guest.

“We are giving guests a true ‘all-you-can-eat’ experience first by having eight buffet stations, the closest to pre-pandemic buffet setting,” said Sales & Marketing Manager Katy Hung. These stations will serve seafood, sashimi, sushi and rolls, tempura, dessert, and more.

There will also be everyone’s favorite—an Ala Minute Buffet with five options to choose from: Teriyaki Chicken, Yakidori, Gyu-Katsu, Roasted Pork, and Mayo Prawn and one choice for main dish: either an Angus Beef Sirloin Yakimono or Misoyaki Roaster Halibut.

As an added come-on for guests, Meisho Restaurant is offering a reopening promo—a 10% discount on the restaurant’s regular price. Having a large group will also be great for guests. “Bring your family and friends because we have a 4 + 1 promotion, which means for a party of 4, you get to bring a fifth person for free.”

From the finest ingredients down to every plate served, expect authentic Japanese food and taste.

On April 23, Friday, Meisho Restaurant is having a special “Summer Bash” where guests can enjoy swimming or hanging out in the pool while ordering delicious food and drinks at the restaurant from 6pm to 9pm.

Other Kensington Hotel Saipan outlets such as OHAS Bakery and Loria Restaurant reopened last year, offering more good food choices to the community. OHAS caters to people who crave fresh bread and premium cakes while Loria Restaurant brought back the buffet style of dining and was the first to introduce to the island the Ala Minute buffet concept, which means food is prepared and served to you at your table when you order it.

Meisho Restaurant has limited seats and encourages early booking. For more information or reservation, call (670) 322-3311 go to their website:

Bea Cabrera | Correspondent
Bea Cabrera, who holds a law degree, also has a bachelor's degree in mass communications. She has been exposed to multiple aspects of mass media, doing sales, marketing, copywriting, and photography.
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