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for ala carte buffet lunch, wont recommend it. not worth trying at all. Food quality is just so so, took forever to serve our second order, and service attitude is cold too. Pls avoid. wont recommend it. not worth trying at all.
We went for the ala carte buffet. And the serving of the food took really long, especially the more expensive items. We waited for about 40 minutes before my salmon and octopus sashimi were served. Same goes for the sushi. I think their strategy is to delay serving all the expensive items on their menu. Cause other items like fried rice and stir fry meat came really quick.
One of the waitress had a really bad attitude. She was impatient when we asked for our drinks to be refill. And took a long time to come back to us with the refill. But the others were fine.
That explains why the restaurant is pretty empty even on a Friday night,
Nonetheless, I must admit that the food is still not too bad.
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