I love this place so it’s perfect for a birthday lunch! I go with an empty stomach and try to eat as much as I can lol! The prices are ok too so that’s a plus! It’s pretty big place with music and they have...More
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This place is awesome! King crab legs, sushi of many kinds floating around the chefs, clams, shrimp.... Yep there were about eleven of us. Didn't eat it all. Mussels, salmon, pork,... Tea was exellent. So was the Saporo beer. Full. Happy. Birthday.
Grandson is 21 and family celebrates. Got there reserved 10 for 6 PM, no waiting. Got hors d'oeuvres of spring roll, green lipped mussel (baked), clams, soft shell crab. Went for king crab legs, hot and sour soup, pot stickers--green tea was delicious!--then the sushi:...More
There are better Chinese buffets, but you have to drive more than 20 miles. That's why I gave five stars. The sushi is not bad. Ther is a grill station where you can pick you steak, stream or chicken and have them grilled. I like...More
We are always looking for good “sushi” places to dine and found this place through a friend of ours. Having a sushi restaurant in the central valley isn’t unusual but you would think they would be more common near “touristy areas.” We were told that...More
Yes there's plenty of food since it's a buffet but the sushi is mostly rolls with barely any fish. There is no nigiri or sushimi unless you pay extra. We liked the Mongolian BBQ area. Raw eggs... Nice touch. It made the meal.
our first visit here. we had 3 generations of family members on a friday night. there was a very good selection of sushi,some sashimi, and many different dishes of seafood including raw oysters, baked mussels ,octopus, crab, salmon, talapia,shrimp presented different ways. the chinese buffet...More
The price for Sunday buffet has been reduced to $12.95 per person. Previously, the price was $16.95. In reducing the price, the offering of sushi has been reduced. The sushi boats contain mostly rolls and items with low amounts of fish. To order sashimi is...More