CHOUANIKI Shimbashi’s lunch buffet is a 3-minute walk from the Karasumori Exit.
The price is 1000 yen and no reservation is required. Time is unlimited.
It is held Monday through Saturday from 11:00 to 14:30.
There were more than 10 different dishes on the buffet table.
I was impressed by the crispiness of the potatoes, and the baked ramen noodles and steamed meat buns were outstanding.
We were delighted by the abundant selection of fried chicken, braised pork feet in soy sauce, and green pepper paste.
The claypot and shrimp chili were especially popular, and the soup and fried rice were superbly crispy.
The mapo tofu bowl served over white rice was delicious, but I had to be careful about the spiciness.
Oolong tea is all-you-can-drink, and the hot dumplings are highly recommended.
The spicy stir-fried onions also went well with the rice.
We ended the meal with almond tofu, and by the time we left, the atmosphere was lively and lively.
I visited MOKU lunch buffet.
The nearest station is Shimbashi.
The price is 1000 yen for 40 minutes, and reservations are not required.
The restaurant is located on the basement floor of the building.
After entering the restaurant, we first paid the fee.
Stepping into the restaurant, we found a casual and homey atmosphere.
The curry, salad, and soup are all-you-can-eat, and one daily dish is included.
Water, jasmine tea, and iced coffee were available for drinks.
Fukujinzuke pickles were available with the curry, and there was a wide selection of salads and soups.
The daily dish was served freshly prepared and was the Kyushu beef and vegetable stamina grill.
It was full of meat and spiced.
The curry was mildly spicy, tasty and rich.
The lunch buffet is held on weekdays only.
The 40-minute buffet is perfect for a quick lunch.
The nearest station is Shibuya.
The price is 1,400 yen on weekdays and 1,700 yen on weekends and holidays.
Reservations are recommended.
The restaurant has a warm atmosphere.
A variety of dishes were beautifully lined up on the buffet table.
We enjoyed a wide variety of dishes such as tofu stew, mazesoba with kujo leeks, fried chicken, steamed and grilled pork belly and bean sprouts, roast beef, eggplant and green beans with ginger, and more.
The eggplant and green beans with ginger was especially appealing with its sweet and spicy flavor.
The roast beef was so popular and delicious that it was gone in no time.
Miso soup was available in red broth and broth for chazuke (rice with green tea).
For dessert, there was almond jelly tofu, with strawberry and mango sauces available.
Paired with warm hojicha tea, it was a refreshing after-dinner dessert.
We entered a popular restaurant in Ginza with a lunch buffet that draws a line out the door even before it opens.
The price is a whopping 1,100 yen.
The bill is cash only.
Unlimited hours from 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM.
You are first asked if you would like a “xiao lon bao” (free of charge).
The menu includes a variety of Chinese dishes such as fried rice and baked rice with lots of vegetables.
A wide range of other dishes were also available, including dumplings, sweet and sour Chinese cabbage, stir-fried kikurage mushrooms, mapo tofu, and lotus root and potato with black vinegar sauce.
The shrimp mayo was especially popular and gone in no time.
The fried chicken was crispy on the outside and very juicy on the inside.
There was a wide selection of drinks to enjoy after dinner.
The choice of hot or iced oolong tea and coffee was a nice touch.
The restaurant’s specialty, two xiao long bao per person (one time only), were hot inside and overflowing with delicious juices.
The shrimp mayo, which is highly recommended, was coated with sweet seasoning, and the mayonnaise was excellent.
The after-dinner dessert of almond jelly was resilient and tough.
There was also a snack with bite-sized walnuts.
I was surprised at the quality at such a reasonable price in Ginza.
It was a satisfying meal, and I discovered many new flavors.
5.【Shinjuku Gyoenmae Gomaichi】
I experienced the Gomaiichi lunch buffet at the nearest station, Shinjuku Gyoenmae.
The restaurant is located on the first floor of APA Hotel Shinjuku Gyoen.
Reservations are not required.
The price is 640 yen for children (elementary school students) and 1,280 yen for adults.
The 90-minute service is from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM.
Gomaichi is a restaurant specializing in sesame sauce tantan udon.
There are about 70 seats.
We enjoyed the lunch buffet in the spacious restaurant.
When I went to look at the dishes, I found that kakiage, deep-fried skewers quail eggs, pork cutlets, etc. were offered on a daily basis.
There were also a variety of side dishes such as lotus root kinpira, bamboo shoots simmered in Tosa, omelette, ratatouille, meat miso, grilled mackerel with salt, potatoes, sausage, chicken (lemon herb flavor), and two kinds of hamburgers.
Udon noodles are also all-you-can-eat.
Udon noodles were served with white dashi broth, chopped nori seaweed, stir-fried vegetables, quail skewers, and a mitsuba leaf.
The udon is sticky and firm.
We also enjoyed curry udon and udon with meat miso.
Oolong tea, green tea, and milk were available as drinks.
At the bread corner, you can bake bread in a toaster.
There is also a salad corner.
The popular ice cream is all-you-can-eat, with your choice of ice cream from the refrigerator.
The green tea ice cream was especially delicious.