had buffet last night， the food is average. Too much deep fried food, the sashimi were tinny pieces and thick, looks like "remnant" of fish.
Love this buffet! They begin with sushi/raw platter, before introducing a shabu shabu. The beef tataki in the platter is amazing, the beef is very tender and thinly sliced with tangy caramelized onion. Their sashimi are fresh and sweet. The shabu shabu broth is simple which is quite refreshing. They have a decent selection of shabu shabu ingredients included in the buffet. My favourite would have to be the salmon nigiri, both salmon and rice are super soft so that the salmon almost melts in your mouth and the rice falls apart and molds together with the salmon. It is very smokey and the sauces on top accompany it beautifully. However, they used to serve fresh karaage chicken which was my second favourite dish there, but they've changed that to a buffet style so the chicken is not as tender and the batter not as crunchy and fresh. Prices are a bit high at $57 pp so it's not somewhere I'd come regularly, but is a nice place for a date night.
A Japanese buffet near Victoria Park. It is quite pricey with the dinner buffet price of $57 per person, but I reckon it is so worth it. They have really high quality of sashimi, hotfood as well as steamboat with fresh vegetables and many ingredients you can choose from. I really like their welcome dish too - beef tataki and chicken karaage.