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Food & Drink > Nabu American Fusion Buffet & Sushi--a Review
 

Nabu American Fusion Buffet & Sushi--a Review




The Nabu American Fusion Buffet would be a 5 star restaurant if it wasn't for some minor glitches, that could/should be fixed, noticed by someone in the business. 
To start the staff greets you at the door , you are quickly seated, you order your drinks and off you go.
I didn't count how many different items are offered by the cover the range from various fresh salads, hot soups, 3-4 different versions of shrimp, mussels both cold and in a seafood medley, tacos, noodles, Hibachi grill with beef, peppers and onions, lamb on a skewer, uncountable different variations of sushi not to mention more than a dozen desserts plus 6 different kinds of ice cream. It really seems like an never ending meal. 
I won't vouch for the sushi because I am not a sushi eater but most of the foods I did have were very good.
The glitches? As with most buffets a few of the dishes were not hot and the meat on the hibachi grill was beyond well done and dry. The servers were alert always refilling almost empty glasses and taking away dirty dishes but they should bring more napkins to the table plus fresh silverware every now and then. 
The lunch buffet is $11.95 which is what we had and we can only imagine what the dinner buffet is like.
I will definitely be going back to try out the few sections I missed and might even give the sushi a try.
As the manager(?) said goodbye and added that he hoped to see us again soon I had no doubt he would--quite a few times!


posted on July 24, 2017 7:51 AM ()

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My favorite thing about the sushi bars is the pickled ginger, and once in awhile I venture to have an all-veggie roll - Califorinia Roll, I think it's called.
comment by troutbend on July 24, 2017 9:08 AM ()
Though I eat raw seafood--clams, oysters--when it comes to cooked which makes you fatter or raw I'll take cooked
reply by greatmartin on July 24, 2017 9:10 PM ()

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