A Japanese eatery for all

Updated: 2008-04-24 13:56

This sleek new Japanese all-you-can-eat restaurant is a healthy, satisfying option, with more items on the menu than you can fathom.

Diners have a choice of four buffet menus (RMB 78-168), all of which feature great-value sushi, served promptly by efficient staff. The restaurant consists of two levels – the first boasts an open kitchen and a non-smoking seating area; the second consists of six private rooms. Expect to see the usual Japanese dishes: assorted sashimi, BBQ eel, edamame, assorted rolls, and tempura.

Other than one not-so-fresh salad that we had to send back, each dish was fresh and tasty, especially the buttery salmon sashimi and flavorfully marinated grilled fish.

It’s not up to Michelin standards but definitely worth a repeat visit. Jessica Wang

Another good Japanese option for all-you-can eaters

Wan Feng Ting
Daily 11.30am-2pm, 5.30-10pm.
108 Shifoying Dongli, Chaoyang District


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