Dine in any language in the Northern Mariana Islands. Sample local delicacies such as apigi (young coconut wrapped in banana leaves and roasted), chicken kelaguen (shredded chicken and onions seasoned with lemon) served with warm tatiyas (tortillas), or anything laced with donne sali (the small but potent local hot pepper).  From American fast food to gourmet Italian, we have it a wide variety of international dishes to make you feel at home...away from home. 

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Kinpachi Restaurant

Japanese: $40-$100
Garapan, Saipan


Kinpachi Restaurant has been a pioneer in Japanese cuisine since its opening 34 years ago, offering a wide selection of dishes such as fresh sashimi, sushi rolls, tempura, and noodles prepared by their experience chefs.  Orders from the menu include Japanese delicacies, as well as seafood and meat dishes.  Kinpachi's popular signature dishes include miso ramen, seafood teppanyaki, dungeness crab in coconut milk, and fresh lobster sashimi.  A variety of lunch specials (bento) are offered daily from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The restaurant is conveniently located and accessible to both tourists and community at the corner of Coral Tree Ave. and Paseo de Marianas in front of Fiesta Resort & Spa.  Open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.  100 seating capacity.