While the quality of the steak and seafood are not A+ quality, the low price makes the B+ food incredibly good. Amazingly, the place has fresh raw oysters that did not make us sick after two separate visits. The sole is very good here, but the baked salmon very sub par. The hibachi section is in the back, and the the freshly grilled meats are much better than those under heat lamps. The sushi is what you would expect from a buffet joint, but safe to eat. We were pleasantly surprised by the good ice cream available. Not the place to go for fine dining, but a great place to try out the fat pants.
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