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This all-you-can-eat buffet boasts food from both China and Japan at rock-bottom prices (weekday lunch is $6.99, dinner is $10.99). Dim sum, broccoli and beef, and chow mein appear alongside teriyaki chicken skewers, stir-fries, and sushi. The Mongolian barbecue station, where the chef sears your choice of fixings on a round, flat-topped barbecue, and the fresh salad stations are also popular options. Sunny yellow decor and a bustling waitstaff, clad in red kimono jackets, lend the place an upbeat, casual atmosphere. Dessert gets its own buffet, where the offerings include fresh fruit and green tea ice cream.
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