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By: T C.
Jogoya Sushi Seafood Buffet
Can't remember how many times I've been here since they opened the door. The staff LISA is very friendly and always very talktive to the customers. This place is clean and don't look like normal Chinese buffet restaurant. I don't eat much Sushi, but I love their hot dishes and soups!
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By: Christy H.
Wimpy's Paradise
Hours are: Sunday 07:00-14:00; Monday 11:00-14:00; Tuesday thru Saturday 11:00-20:00. Brunch is served only on Sundays.
By: Wei W.
Pacific Sea Food Buffet
a great sea food buffet in Phoenix, it has multiple chinese hot dishes, also has oyster, shrimp and Sashimi and shushi
By: Jenny N.
Kona Grill
We eat here occasionally and are NEVER disappointed! The service is awesome. (Brandon is a favorite! ). The food is awesome. The staff is great. Even the sushi makers will say "Thanks" "Have a great night"
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By: Drey O.
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By: Bob N.
Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen
Incredible Food. The Best Secret in Arizona!!!
By: sammi.brown143
This place is amazing..... The prefect variety of breakfast /lunch.... Mmmmmmm
By: dblonde
Pacific Sea Food Buffet
Came home and went in search of a place to find crab legs and to my disappointment, found this place. Over priced to say the least given the quality or lack there of. 2 stars is probably generous, but the empty plates were kept off of the table pretty regularly and the soda glass was never empty so I have to give them propts for that. I was glad to see the price of our drinks was $1.35 for soda and $.60 for hot tea given that the food was nearly $16 per person (less $2 per plate from coupon found on their website just print the picture as nothing happens when you hit the print coupon button). We went during the peak dinner period but the place wasn't very busy and I think some of the food had been out in the tray since dinner hour began. One bite of the teriyaki chicken and I thought I had bitten into a bone, but it was only the dry outter edge of the skinless chicken. An interesting selection though of sea snails, calimari, blue crab and duck which I don't think I've found at most other buffets. I wanted to get a sea snail and just dig the meat out and keep the cute little shell but didn't think I could stomach the extraction. The crab legs, my only reason for wanting to go out, were the biggest disappointment. None to begin with, then when finally filled the small pan, they were nearly flavorless and soggy shells were difficult to break to get to the meat. The buttery substance used in lieu of butter was probably oil and had almost less flavor than the crab. The best part was probably the sushi and sashimi selections and the almond cookies, though the individually wrapped almond cookies were all broken as if the box fell off of the plane on it's way to the buffett. So..... I leave you with the advice I will take myself; try somewhere else next time you're in the mood for crab legs.

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