I haven’t had the chance to properly review this restaurant after dining here a few times due to a particular, arrogant host that keeps floating between AYCE sushi restaurants around the west GTA. Now that he is no longer here, I find I can enjoy this restaurant much more.
The last time I was here was for lunch on a statutory holiday. Price is much more than any other buffet restaurant: Adult ($22.99 pp) and seniors ($18.40). I’d have to say it is worth paying this price if you know exactly what you want to eat. All food stations are actively open and the sushi bar converts to sashimi. Perhaps this is why the price is much more because there the sashimi is gone as soon as the staff refreshes the bowl.
The entrance is grand. Reservations are kept. The entire dining area expands around the windows and into the back area. Décor fills the space above quite well (including the very large tree in the middle of the restaurant. Service is typical – Sometimes you have to find the staff for service because they are busy filling drink orders and cleaning up after tables.
Food covers everything that you could possibly look for in a Japanese/Chinese buffet restaurant. They have several drink stations to wet your whistle, including unlimited bottled spring water. Cold salads, fried foods, stir fry station, grill station, sushi and maki station, fried foods, and most importantly a couple of dessert stations including a large chocolate fondue. I can watch that machine ooze chocolate all day.
But whatever you do, stay away from the grilled meat station. Unless you’re hungry like the wolf, you’ll be giving your jaws a workout and chewing for days into unseasoned meat.
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