Last Saturday night, all the restaurants had 20 – 40 minute wait. Too long, so hungry! We drove around for 30 mins, found a Chinese Buffet with 5 minute wait.
They had sushi, and I really like sushi. But this sushi was at a $13 buffet. My hope was they could serve top grade sushi at a fixed-price buffet because:
- maybe only a few people at the buffet like sushi.
- rice-to-fish ratio is high, so attendees will fill up on rice before eating their cost in good fish.
- most people here will not gorge on sushi because they want to save room for those endless pork chops.
These were among what I told myself as I dropped sushis on my plate.
Then I ate. The salmon sashimi was sliced razor thin, which was encouraging (thin fish points in the direction of quality fish). It was not bad. And I didn’t get sick.
That’s what happened last Saturday night.