Los Cabos Magazine | Spring 2016 71 Some of the chef’s specialties that are popular with diners are the gyu ramen topped with a rib eye steak on ramen noodles, or the kaisen soosu yakisoba, full of seafood with noodles and topped with salmon fillet, both great for sharing. Sushi lessons are now offered for two or more people for approx- imately $25 U.S. per person for two hours, and that includes one appetizer and two sushi rolls. Banquet service, home delivery, and catering with staffing are also now available. Another nice add-on to the extensive menu is flamed desserts with a choice of apple, strawberry, banana, or cherry served on top of ice cream. Mexican coffee flamed at the table has also been added. For a fun memento, you and your guests may don a colorful happi coat, available for taking photos. These traditional Japanese straight-sleeved coats are imprinted with a distinctive crest and usually worn only for festivals. Originally they represented the crest of a family and worn by house servants. Later the coats began to display the crests of shops and organizations. Even firefighters in the past also used to wear the happi coat with the symbol on their backs referred to the group with which they were associated. So, make all your visits to Daikoku a festive occasion with a commemorative photo wearing an authentic happi garment. Your car will be ready for you when you are finished with your lunch or dinner. This is just one of the many perks you get when making the decision to eat at this very unique Japanese restaurant. Daikoku is open 365 days a year from noon to 11:30 p.m. Plaza Nautica, Boulevard Marina, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-4038 or (624) 143-4267, www.loscabos.daikoku.com.mx. Master- Card, Visa, and vouchers accepted. Y Joseph A. Tyson D I N I N G When Daikoku opened in 2014, it immediately became one of the most beautiful restaurants in Cabo San Lucas.
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