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Sushi place that offers all you can eat sushi in the Seattle area. I've gone to Todai and Blue Fin. I'm looking for a place where you can order buffet style and have the option to choose what rolls and such you want.

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  1. 'Order' and 'buffet' sound contradictory to me so I'm not sure if this fits your request but Benihana has a sushi buffet.

    1. I haven't seen any in Seattle. When I was in San Diego there was a place in Lemon Grove where you paid $10 and then ordered sushi off their all can eat menu. I would love it there was a place like that here... Of course, $10 was a long time ago.

      1. Nikko restaurant at the Westin Hotel in Seattle used to do this...Unfortunately, they've closed down since.

        1. My masseuse raved about a place in the Silver Lake area, called SUSHI RING.
          I have not been there myself, but I read some good reviews of it. The owner/chef is "Elvis" and its supposedly all you eat. She loved it, anyway...
          (Silver Lake is basically in south Everett... in a small strip mall, just east of the fwy.)
          Sushi Ring
          11419 19th Ave SE
          Everett, WA 98208
          (425) 385-2702

          1. Look what I found...

            http://www.yelp.com/topic/seattle-all...

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            1. re: soypower

              I've done the one at Sushi Ten in Bellevue several years ago. It was about $23-$25 and the chef will cut what you ask for right at the bar. The quality was pretty decent - everything was available from salmon to geoduck to toro. Although he will increasingly growl and get more pissed as you order more and more and more and more...and more...don't know if he still operates the all-you-can-eat.

            2. I've heard that there's a new Korean/Sushi restaurant in the overlake area of bellevue that does all you can eat sushi on order. It's called 2am.

              http://www.yelp.com/biz/2-a-m-bellevue