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In Taman Desa, there is this place with Japanese buffet. It also offers ala carte, but if you're in for a feast, its not too bad a place.Pricing is around 40++ for lunch and add another 10 to the number for dinner buffet. The list of food to choose from. I find the list ok (you will be full with just a few mains anyway). However, there are a few things they restrict you to, like 2 scoops of ice cream each, and a limited number of freshly cut sashimis and handrolls, which probably makes other pl
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In Taman Desa, there is this place with Japanese buffet. It also offers ala carte, but if you're in for a feast, its not too bad a place.
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Pricing is around 40++ for lunch and add another 10 to the number for dinner buffet.
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The list of food to choose from. I find the list ok (you will be full with just a few mains anyway). However, there are a few things they restrict you to, like 2 scoops of ice cream each, and a limited number of freshly cut sashimis and handrolls, which probably makes other places such as Maiu better.
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Ambiance is not too bad, apart from the fact that you have Indonesians serving you in a Japanese place
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The staple such as various miso soups and chawanmushi. Hearty enough
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Garlic fried rice and various sushi's. The quality is not too bad, but with the amount of Japanese rice they put at the bottom you get filled up pretty fast


My conclusion? Took me a while to find the green sign board, it just blended so well with its surrounding. It's not too bad a buffet in itself, but having tried the likes of Maiu and others, this place will only be my second(or 3rd) choice
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