In 1958, a American movie "The Viking" was a huge hit in Japan. Around that time this hotel opened a smorgasbord restaurant and named this style of food serving "Viking". Since then, Viking is a word used instead of smorgasbord or buffet in Japan. Hence, the name of the restaurant.
I was there for the Christmas Dinner Special Viking. Special was roast beef and Jamon Iberico.
Most of the food are prepared in front of you or cut for you.
Don't forget to leave some space in your stomach for dessert. There must be 3 dozen choices for dessert.
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