Like a 128-pack of crayons, a buffet dinner offers an array of colorful options irresistible to starving artists. Feast on vibrant victuals with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Japanese Dinner Cuisine and Buffet
The upscale, all-you-can-eat buffet costs $21.95 Monday–Thursday and $24.95 Friday–Sunday. Items include vegetable gyoza, stuffed clams, seafood miso soup, chicken teriyaki, and shrimp tempura. All sushi rolls and sashimi offerings are made to order.
Patrons shouldn't be fooled by the sleek white and grey exterior of Sakura Garden—there's plenty of color inside. Through the doors, blossoming pink cherry trees mark a path to the dining room, where a sea-blue glass ceiling hints at the variety of oceanic fare served up at the all-you-can eat buffet. Here, wall-mounted fish provide pairing suggestions as diners dish up hot items such as steamed snow crab legs and teriyaki salmon, as well as cold options such as shrimp cocktails. Seafood also reigns supreme at the sushi bar, where chefs slice sashimi and create rolls fresh to order. After guests have filled their plates, they continue on to the softly-lit dining room, where red lights cast a glow on murals depicting misty, pastoral vistas.
A full bar offers Japanese beer and a selection of sake, and a private room is available for events and special occasions. The buffet is closed from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and happy hour runs from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
What some people are buzzing about:
86% of 1,804 customers recommend
“Walk around the restaurant and decide if you want the sushi area, the bar, the hibachi room or the patio. The place is beautiful and the food is excellent.”
“Great sushi and the server was very friendly!!”
“Sakura has excellent and fresh food well presented. We celebrated my husband's birthday and they fix a dessert for him. They brought a huge dish and they wrote happy...”
“Sakura has excellent and fresh food well presented. We celebrated my husband's birthday and they fix a dessert for him. They brought a huge dish and they wrote happy birthday and had a sweet treat for him.”