The whole point of dining at a buffet is to eat until they kick you out. So whether you need to refuel after kayaking at Oleta River State Park or desire a new celebratory spot, there's no better place than Ginza Japanese Buffet. This all-you-can-eat experience has a modern-day-cafeteria feel: pleasant and easy to navigate. Red lanterns hanging over each station guide guests to a smorgasbord of surf-and-turf delicacies. Start at the neatly arranged sushi bar manned by sushi chefs ready to restock colorful rows. Then let your nose guide you through myriad pan-Asian delights, from deep-fried sesame balls and tempura shrimp to miso-glazed salmon and lo mein. Or maybe you'll try the made-to-order hibachi station. Don't mind getting your hands dirty? Get to crackin', peelin', and slurpin' fresh crab legs, shrimp, and oysters. And if you don't have any room left for dessert, make some. Expect to pay $11.95 for lunch Monday through Friday and $12.95 Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Dinner costs $18.95 Monday through Thursday and $20.95 Friday through Sunday from 5 to 10 p.m.
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