The first, lunch-time visit to this buffet delighted us, but it was the dinner that really impressed! With about 10 kinds of sushi, the Japanese section alone nearly made it worth the entry price (about $19/person), beating those expensive and pretentious conveyor/boat sushi buffets. I dont think I saw a single measly cucumber-and-imitation-crab sushi here; the offerings included about 6 kinds of sashimi and about 4 kinds of tasty, colorful rolls, in addition to other less complex but nice varieties.
There was a large selection of flavorful salads and appetizers, and the dessert section with lots of fresh fruit, pastries and even made-to-order crepes. There were four soups (including beef and shark fin), and a decent dim-sum selection.
Word of advice: sample small portions of each item if you wish to get through (or to) the formidable and tasty entrees section. Oh, and in case you think on the inside this buffet looks as cheap and depressing as most of them, think again. The tables, made of what I thought was a genuine wood, had a rich dark color and a perfectly smooth, shiny finish, which added to the buffets clean and inviting interior.
Pros: Tasty food, huge selection, sushi
Cons: It's not in Seattle.