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$12 for $25 Worth of Japanese Food for Two or More
The all-you-can-eat buffet ($20.99/adult at dinner) includes more than 200 self-serve options ranging from traditional sashimi to fusion fare such as spicy crab pizza. Alternatively, the à la carte dinner menu features single dishes such as Cantonese chow mein with chicken ($11.95), salmon teriyaki ($8.99), and bowls of steaming ramen ($6.99). The chefs also create sushi such as the golden dragon roll, which tops a shrimp tempura roll with slices of mango and black tobiko ($8.99).
It can be hard to navigate a menu with pages overflowing with unfamiliar sauces, ingredients, and flavours. But the chefs at Sushi Eight take the risk out of this culinary trial and error with a full Japanese and Chinese all-you-can-eat buffet, which showcases a spread of more than 200 dishes. Filled with everything from tempura-encrusted meats to bowls of steaming ramen, the buffet gives customers a taste of Asia without seasoning their meals with crushed up bricks from the Great Wall. As guests get comfortable using chopsticks to pick up rolls filled with black-peppered tuna, eel, and crab, they can also order entree-sized portions of their favourite dishes from the restaurant’s à la carte and takeout menu.