Holiday Dining Options in Hiroshima 2023

ByBert Wishart
Nov 30, 2023

Holiday Dining Options in Hiroshima 2023

Hiroshima has great local cuisine, and there are numerous wonderful options available to you at any time of year. During the holidays, however, you may need some hints on where to go to get your fill of holiday tastes and treats. There is no cause for alarm, however, as we have you covered with a few options to weigh up.

Sheraton Grand Hiroshima

Each year the Sheraton Grand in Higashi Ward puts on a lovely Christmas buffet spread in its Bridges Restaurant. There are loads to choose from, so you should be spoiled for choice.

This year’s menu can be found here and includes beef stew pie, snow crab, French AOC cheeses, and numerous other luxury items.

Check with the hotel closer to the time to confirm this year’s menu.

Where: Higashi Ku 12-1 Wakakusa-Cho, Higashi Ward (map)
When: December 22-25

ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel

Not to be bested, this Christmas the ANA Crown Plaza Hotel will have its own Christmas buffet in its All Day Dining Fruitier. Running from November 1 to December 30, the hotel will be one of the places to go for any family looking to have a lovely winter-themed lunch or dinner buffet meal.

Featuring meals like seafood using a specially made Hiroshima lemon marinade, scallops from Hokkaido, and Manhattan clam chowder, this buffet will definitely speak to all the seafood lovers out there.

Where: Naka Ward, Nakamachi, 7−20, Ana Crowne Plaza Hotel Hiroshima, 1F (map)
When: December 23 to 25

Main Dining Erretegia

While not necessarily doing a Christmas theme per say (or if they are, they are not advertising it), Erretegia features Basque-themed and inspired menus and foods that are sure to make it a highlight of your holiday meal plans.

Where: Hiroshima Prefecture, Onomichi City, Urasaki-cho, Ohiraki 1344-2 (map)

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Novelist, copywriter and graduate from the most prestigious university in Sunderland, Bert whiles away his precious time on this Earth by writing about popular culture, travel, food and pretty much anything else that is likely to win him the Pulitzer he desperately craves.