2501 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD | Directions 2121839.317997 -76.616865
Neighborhoods: Charles Village
Great Dishes but watch the Sushi. – They have great Korean barbecue which they bring one dish to your table to be wrapped in lettuce leaves and dipped in a sweet sauce. I recommend asking for seconds. This is the best thing they serve. The sushi is definitely below average. Anyone who says that it is fresh doesn't know their sushi very well. Be careful, but everything else is much better than your average Asian buffet.
Nice Surprise – This small buffet was surprising in terms of the quality of the food. The dishes served were excellent, and the assortment was reasonable and satisfying. I would much rather eat here than at a larger Asian buffet serving mediocre food. It's a good value, too.
Fresh sushi and best tasting sushi in town. – Although the decor and the location does not add to the place, the sushi is better than any other sushi place in Baltimore area. It is by far the freshest and best tasting in the area. Others may have better ambience and brighter atmosphere, but if want the best sushi in baltimore area, this less known restaurant is hard to beat.
Hungry for all-you-can-eat Asian food? Try this spot, which features a fresh sushi buffet. – The Scene
Remember the Chinese restaurants of the 1970s, with their faux wood formica tables, chairs with cracked red leather seats and cheap Asian gewgaws hanging from the walls? Now picture that same decor--with its red table clothes and red plastic cups--20 years later. Frankly, no one comes to this neighborhood favorite for its cutting-edge interior design.
Confronted with the reality of a sushi buffet in which the sushi is actually fresh forces some first-time diners to suffer a momentary pause of disbelief. Plates of the ubiquitous California, spicy tuna, and eel rolls sit along side tantalizing trays of yellow tail, giant clam and salmon skin. Go back for more maki rolls, but save room for the Korean fare, too. Spicy beef soup and kimchi are clear-your-sinuses hot. Traditionalists can gorge themselves on bulgoki and stir-fried beef or sauteed squid.
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