Once seated, a waiter takes your drink order (no drink menu was offered), then you go to the buffet and get whatever you want, including sushi, sashimi, chirashi, rolls, shrimp, tofu dishes, tempura, hot pots, salads, and dessert. For the price, it is a great deal. Even a non-seafood-eater in our group enjoyed the teriyaki chicken, ribs, and little pieces of dessert cakes, as well as the creme brulee. Service was more attentive than at most buffets, with our plates being cleared and tea refilled unobtrusively.
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