Normally, I don't take the the time to write reviews good or bad. However, this place was impressive and stood apart from the usual ilk of buffet style restaurants. Although located in what could generously be called a not-so-great area of town and sporting a decor/ambiance that indicates long use with few upgrades, the food here is fresh (very fresh . . . something important especially where seafood is concerned), plentiful, and very well made. The staff are pleasant and generally attentive (they primarily clear your plates for the next go-round and refill your drinks). One goes to a restaurant of course for the food. The food is top-notch! Sushi is expertly prepared and presented and the station is manned by workers who, while not necessarily interactive (as one would expect from say . . . a sushi-type bar), always ensure that favorites are replaced. The oysters were huge and plentiful as were more common delicacies like crab, salt-n-pepper shrimp, muscles and the like. They do serve typical round-eye fare (they have a prime-rib tender and very fresh salad bar) but the seafood is really why one would come here. Recommendations: The sushi (any and all), the salmon, the red snapper, the walnut shrimp, oysters, salt-n-pepper fried shrimp (you eat the whole thing from nose to tail - the frying makes the shell edible), the kimchi (good kimchi if a little sweet for my taste!), and the fried . . . well . . . everything (does anything NOT taste good fried!?). Great stuff! At $12.95 per adult for all you can scarf-down, there is probably no better deal (at least that I've seen) in town. Hope success doesn't ruin what seems to be a well-kept secret for now.