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Season's in White Plains - Brunch?

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Anyone try brunch @ Season's Japanese Bistro in White Plains and is willing to give an assessment?

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Seasons Japanese Bistro
105 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains, NY 10601

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  1. I tried the brunch a few years ago. I thought it was okay. Lots of food for the price, but the sushi was very "middle of the road". Nothing special. I haven't been back.

    1. I haven't been in a few years. they must be doing something right as they are still open. I remember a great saki list but the facility was so dirty (unpainted/dirty wall behind the sushi bar). Haiku isn't better just south on Mamaroneck Avenue. best of luck.

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      1. re: martyl9

        Finally got to the Sunday $15.95 all-you-can-each brunch. It is not a buffet, you are handed a menu and make your selections. There are about 10 appetizers, including various gyoza, shumai, salads, fried oysters, tempura chicken or veggies, and more.

        The sushi selection were rolls, but you had about 2 dozen to choose from including dragon roll (mixed spicy fish) and fantastic roll (mixed fish but not spicy). I didn't see it on the menu but asked for a white tuna roll and they were happy to bring it. Entree selections also included other salads and 2 tofu dishes. I may be getting the appetizers & entree selections mixed up, but you basically just tell them what you want and it is brought with relative speed.

        Service was very attentive, and they get a nice, seemingly loyal crowd. I have never had a problem with Season's sushi, I don't expect it to be a meal like one at Sushi Nanase, but I am never disappointed. I think it was good value for the money, and a good variety, fresh and tasty.

        You also get unlimited beverages, and service starts at 12:30.

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        Seasons Japanese Bistro
        105 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains, NY 10601