Lobster House Sushi & Hibachi



Food – So I just got the regular buffet which I think was a mistake. Not that it wasn’t good, but just that the person I ate with got the hibachi and sushi bar in addition to the regular buffet. I tried some of theirs and it was really good. Much better than what I had. So, the regular buffet here was much smaller than a traditional Asian buffet. The food was slightly better though.  Seemed a bit more freshly made and less things out of a box. Still wasn’t amazing Asian food like you get at other sit down places. Food gets a B


Ambiance – The ambiance was slightly odd. I felt like I was eating in a log cabin in the woods. Wood floors, wooden walls, wood chandeliers, and a huge stone fireplace in the middle of the room. Quite odd for an Asian restaurant but somehow, and I can’t explain this, I thought it was fitting. I liked it. I’m not sure if it does fit or not, but I liked it. Ambiance gets a B


Service – The service was not good here. The lady just flat out was incompetent. We couldn’t even get water that we ordered. We got hot water for tea and never did get lemons once we did receive our cold water. My friends Hibachi also sat in the window for over 5 minutes before we had to ask if she could bring it to us. We had very little interaction with her and had to ask for most things to be done. I’m just glad it was a buffet where I could serve most of the food to myself. Service gets an F


Price/Quality – My meal was around $8. Not bad for any buffet. Since this one was above average, I have no complaints about the price. The experience overall wasn’t worth the price because of the service. That won’t keep me from coming back because I am sure it was just that one waitress. However, it decreased the quality of my visit some. Price/Quality gets a B-


Uniqueness – There are very little sushi buffets. The ones I do know of do not offer Hibachi and all you can eat buffets as well. Since the food was good, I think that makes the place unique. Uniqueness gets a B

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1 comment

  1. teallen76 August 18, 2014 at 4:59 pm Reply

    The decor is due to the prior occupants of the space. Originally (back in the mid-90’s) it was called “The Cooker” and was similar to Norman’s Landing, or an upscale TGI Fridays.

    After that it was a “Bugaboo Creek Steak House” so as you can see the decor was much more appropriate for earlier tenants.

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