From Our Editors
If you visited the buffet at Kyo Ichiban Buffet Restaurant once a day for six months, you would never have to eat the same meal twice. That’s because chefs whip up more than 300 items daily, drawing from Japanese, Chinese, and American influences. Sushi and other seafood—including crab legs on Fridays—complement a host of hibachi entrees and vegetables, all of which are grouped under a single price for adults and a discounted rate for kids. Guests can also choose to order from the restaurant's menu, a compendium of tangy Chinese entrees such general tso's chicken, peking duck, and lo mein. And, despite the kitchen's staggering scope, it doesn't shy from personal touches—chefs prep the honey crispy chicken from a family recipe.