First of all, you need to realize this is a small place, fairly pedestrian furnishings and this is not Nobu!!!!
So you should approach this place with your expectations in the right place!!
It is $14 for all you can eat - that doesn't mean you have to eat everything, but it does mean there are some really, really good things!
I would go back again (and it would be a total bargain) simply for the eel and the salmon sashimi. Just those two items alone makes it totally worthwhile for me - fresh, clean delicious.
I was quite pleasantly surprised at the crab legs. Usually on a buffet line they are dried out and overcooked. These were actually quite tasty and the server was very helpful to bring out a set of crackers, which makes the job much easier.
On two visits there were at least four types of sashimi, at least 20 rolls, perhaps 10-12 hot entrees and 5-6 desert selections. Did I love everthing? Heck no.
There are some really good things, the service is just fine and the price is amazing. Why more people don't go there is a mystery to me . . .