This buffet offers sushi rolls that are floating on boats by the chiefs. You can also request other types of rolls and sashimi to be prepared specifically for you. Another section has a variety of cooked food (mainly Chinese food). The last section has fruits and desserts. If you love seafood, it would be worth the cost. However, if you don't eat most seafood or are a vegetarian, you won't find much to eat. They claim to make sushi rolls for vegetarians upon request, but the chiefs are rather rude so it might not be the easiest thing. Most of the cooked food is fried or oily. The best dessert is the green tea cheesecake.
Overall, since the service and food are average, it's only worth the cost if you love seafood and can eat a lot.
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