Since Kokyo Sushi Buffet does not have a website, my previously posted Kokyo Sushi Buffet review has been receiving a lot of traffic, no doubt from potential customers. As my offer to create cheap websites for local restaurants has gone thus far unanswered, I feel obligated to update readers and google searchers about my findings regarding Kokyo Sushi Buffet.
A second visit to Kokyo has yielded some information about their lunch buffet. My previous post was regarding the dinner buffet only and the lunch is slightly different.
Much of the same food is present for the lunch buffet and in generally the same format. Notably, there is no sashimi at the lunch, as there is with dinner. There is sushi (fish on rice), and sushi rolls, but not just the fish by itself (sashimi). Also, there are no crab legs at either the hot seafood bar or the salad bar, which there were for dinner. As I’ve only gone once to each of these, I’m not sure if this is always true, but these changes seem in line with the relative costs of the lunch versus dinner. Prices are reviewed again below:
- Lunch $8.95 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Saturday
- Dinner $14.95 4-9:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday
- Sunday and Major Holidays all day $14.95
- Children ages 3-11 Lunch $2.50-$6.50 ($0.50 additional every year), under 3 free
- Children ages 3-11 Dinner $3.50-$8.70 ($0.65 additional every year), under 3 free
- Senior Citizens age 60 or above receive 15% off
- Soft Drinks $1.25 with free refills
- Buffet To-Go (excludes sashimi) $4.25/lb for Lunch, $5.95/lb for Dinner
- Catering trays also available, menu at front counter of restaurant
Additionally, I would like to further comment on the soup available at their buffet. I have now tried both the miso and the hot and sour and both were extremely bad. I love this place and I think it’s a great value if you love sushi. But I have no idea what they’re doing wrong with their soups. Both were inedible to me and I thought that was very unfortunate.
Also, the awesome donuts that I raved about last time weren’t as good the second time around; the magic was gone. I think last time the batch was fresh out of the oven and was far better for it. But, I ate one again this time anyway as they are still good.
For the full picture run-down and descriptions of all the food at the buffet stations, see my original post.
Have you gone to Kokyo Sushi Buffet? Tell me what you thought of it with a comment below! I’d love to hear how everyone’s liking (or not liking) Hayward’s latest addition. Also, if you have any other questions, feel free to ask with a comment, I try to respond to every comment within a couple days. Thanks!
*As this is a “revisited” post subsequent to a previous post about the same restaurant, any changes in my ratings at the top of the post are shown in bold. Otherwise, they remain the same as before.
I have eaten at this sushi buffet and have also done take out there. I like the variety but am puzzled by their take out policy. My take out orders varied from $5 to $10 for basically the same amount of food. Why don’t they have a set price for a lunch take out box–the amount of food is much less than the all you can eat lunch. It would be a win , win for both and less subjective.