This place is somewhat small, and I've only eaten from the sushi bar because that's where the novelty is. You pay per tray but have the illusion of buffet as little dishes of different sushi float by you on wooden boats. Take what you like until you give up. They tally you up by what patterns were on your dishes. It's just easy. The quality of the sushi is not perfect but still can satisfy your fix and gives an entertainment value to your dollar. They make rolls, nigiri, have soy beans out, tempura, deserts... all within reach. The service for drink refills on most occasions is a little slow and parking is typically in one of the garages around the corner, as most meters are occupied.