They have lunch buffets - $29.90 on weekdays and $39.90 on weekends - they do express lunch sets as well.
For dinner buffets its$ 39.90 weekdays and $49.90 weekends.
Recently I've learn to appreciate sitting at counter seats because watching the Jap chefs at work adds to the gastronomic experience. I feel like Sushi Kikuzawa's sushi buffet is like an omikaze experience - because for the most part of the meal, we let the chef decide what he wishes to serve us.. and when my friend stopped , I then started ordering the ones that I really wanted to try, off the menu. And because the chef is right in front of you, you can just ask him directly to prepare it and he would whip it up almost immediately. Definitely more interesting than other alacarte Jap buffets (Hanabi, Kuishinbo, yawn) where the food is mostly prepared in the kitchen.
Obviously the sake is not in the buffet...the free flow green tea is charged under the miscellenous (i guess, along with the towels) at $1.50 per pax.
The pictures came in useful when I was trying to figure out the first few sushis when the chef was serving as he pleased..
There is only one serving of sashimi - quite fresh I suppose. Tuna was particularly red- and there was swordfish, prawn and salmon.. I tend to overeat these during those frew flow Jap buffets.
I actually quite like this sushi buffet because despite the rice - which was soft and fluffy! - I managed to try many many types of fishes - most of which I haven't tried before. For these fishes I tend to try the fish on its own first before diluting the taste with the rice. In sashimi buffets I'd just be loading up the volume of the protein without really thinking much of the tastes..quite a brainless affair..
but for those carbohydratically challenged...you'd be better off at Ikoi...
This was a complimentary appetiser - chicken and vegetables in a light broth - and this suspicious gelatinous greyous looking amorphous substance on the left - I ate it anyway.
Okay the next few I was kind of clueless as to what I was eating - but this was the first time I was eating seared fish and I love it! It is amazing what the blowtorch does to the fish man - melts the fats and the aroma just drives me nuts!
And this was one of them - the blowtorch really brings out the flavour (and oil!) from the fish.
Swordfish and another fish...any idea?