I used to be an avid regular of this particular branch for their high-tea buffet, & if this review was written a year or so ago, I'd have given them 5 stars.
Not any more.
They used to offer Kajiki Sashimi, which is one of my all-time favourites, but it was replaced it with another variety of fish which tastes rather dodgy (& not to mention cheap).
Initially, they explained it away by saying that they ran out of stock. But after several weeks of almost daily calling in to check if fresh stock had arrived, I finally gave up.
As it that wasn't insult enough, they recently started using the kind of mini-octopi one regularly sees in Chinese cold dishes for their 'version' of Tako Sashimi (which happens to be #2 on my list of Sashimi to die for).
I'd much rather that they increase their prices slightly, than to compromise on food quality/selection which only serves to disgruntle & alienate regular patrons.
I once adored you passionately, but I'm afraid that now I have to bid you adieu.
Value for money buffet...
After a whole day without food, we went to Sakura for buffet dinner. Each pax $28 7%gst on weekends and $26 7%gst on weekdays. Price wise, its considered one of the cheapest buffet around. Serving quite a wide spread of Japanese food (sushi, sashimi, tempura, tepanyaki etc), Dim Sum, Chinese cooked food and yummy cakes.
We've been there many times for their high-tea buffet which consists of just sushi and sashimi. This was our first for their dinner. And we were satisfied with the entire experience. The food is good (not very good), taste wise still alright (after eating that much, the taste just blended) and the choices were alright for the price.
Can take a peep at what they serve in the photos I've uploaded. These are just 1/3 of what they have there.
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