Went to Buko looking for basic Japanese food: some sushi, tempura, teriyaki, etc. We were not disappointed. The combination platters give you a lot of food at reasonable prices. Very prettily plated. I had the nabeyaki udon, which was good but just a little salty. The restaurant is small and cozy. It appears to be family-run (not sure about that). Service was very good. The only improvement would be if they could turn up the A/C a little. It was a bit warm in the restaurant the evening we went there.
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