Buffetlicious! The All You Can Eat Buffet thread - Part 6

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Can anybody recommend a value sushi buffet, say around $40-50?
 

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Recommend liao also can't dine out so soon

Usual suspects are Ikoi, Kumo and Shin Minori (when they have their 1-for-1 weekday lunch promo)

Can anybody recommend a value sushi buffet, say around $40-50?
 

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Recommend liao also can't dine out so soon

Usual suspects are Ikoi, Kumo and Shin Minori (when they have their 1-for-1 weekday lunch promo)
This is for future reference, do those establishment which you mentioned have weekend buffet as well?

I heard of ikoi and shin minori, but not kumo.
 

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This is for future reference, do those establishment which you mentioned have weekend buffet as well?

I heard of ikoi and shin minori, but not kumo.
Yes, they do

Kumo is fairly new and they even had a "buffet" takeaway service
 

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Yes, they do

Kumo is fairly new and they even had a "buffet" takeaway service
Besides those 3 , there was another one, called mitsuba or something. Any opinions if it's good, or the opposite.
 

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Besides those 3 , there was another one, called mitsuba or something. Any opinions if it's good, or the opposite.
Mitsuba is not bad - variety quite a bit and it's more like Shin Minori

Hokkaido also does buffet, as well as Shin Yuu but pricier


 

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last time got one indonesian buffet in international building at orchard, i heard damn good but before i got to try closed down alr
 

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Which is the best among these 3?
Komo is quite limited compared to the other 2; but the sashimi is fresh

Ikoi is okay with a slightly larger menu; but nothing really stood out for me

Shin Minori has the largest spread and the most priciest without any 1-for-1 deal during lunch

Shin Yuu is worth considering too but the location is very out of the way (Greenridge)
 

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Komo is quite limited compared to the other 2; but the sashimi is fresh

Ikoi is okay with a slightly larger menu; but nothing really stood out for me

Shin Minori has the largest spread and the most priciest without any 1-for-1 deal during lunch

Shin Yuu is worth considering too but the location is very out of the way (Greenridge)

It seems like the Shins are more worthwhile?
 

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the only thing i don't like about Shin Minori is their tuna sashimi quality is middle grade at best, although the only times i ate at shin minori is 1-for-1 deal, so not sure if they serve a different grade fish for that price, i don't have normal price buffet tuna quality to compare to.
 
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