Ben has not eaten at Ninkazu Japanese Restaurant before although it is our boys favourite place to eat. So, on a Saturday night, Ben decided to try their late night all you can eat since we only had lunch that day.
When we arrived around 9:30PM, there was a crowd of people in side the front entrance and some were outside the door. We should have make a reservation first. We noticed that most of the diners at the late night supper are youngsters.
We noticed a price increase notice pasted on the front entrance. I did a check of their website earlier that day but it was still with the old pricing. I guess they have not update their website yet.
We waited for 30 minutes before we got a table.
The late night menu has a few items more than the lunch menu which is $3 cheaper. One of the item is sashimi which is limited to 3 pieces for each category (only two i.e. salmon and tuna) per person. The pieces are small and thin.
For starter, we had the Goma-Ae (spinach salad), Agedashi Tofu (fried tofu) and Miso Soup.
Ben ordered a few sushi items which include salmon, tuna, tamago (egg), Hokkigai (surf clam) and Massago (roe).
Ben and Nanzaro ordered some cones and rolls to share.
The cones include Chopped Scallop Cone, Spicy Tuna Cone and Spicy Seafood Cone while the rolls include California Roll, BC roll, Alaska Roll and Dynamite Roll. I’m not a fan of them but I did help them with a piece of the BC Roll since I like salmon skin.
Nanzaro also ordered Salmon Maki for himself.
I ordered Oyster Motoyaki, Seafood Motoyaki and Yam Tempura for myself. The boys just wont touch them.
We also ordered a serving of Salmon Teriyaki, Beef Teriyaki and Chicken Teriyaki to share.
We ordered two versions of chicken wings; BBQ and Deep Fried. What I like about the late night menu is that there are BBQ items which I like.
Other BBQ and deep fried items that we ordered include BBQ Korean Pork, Beef Short Rib, Salmon Kama (BBQ salmon head) and Chicken Katsu.
For carbo, Nanzaro ordered the Unagi Fried Rice and Yaki Soba.
Ninkazu accepts credit cards. The above bill is late night all you can eat for three since Arkensen did not join us as he had some online show to catch.
If you plan to come for the late night all you can eat, reservation is highly recommended. The late night menu is definitely better than the lunch menu. I wish Ninkazu will offer the late night menu for lunch.
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Gosh that’s quite a list of “little tasters”. 😀 I wasn’t clear what you thought of the quality of the food.
Hi Jean, in my opinion they are ok for the amount they charged.
What I’m a bit weary of with AYCE sushi places’ late night offerings is they’re likely to be leftovers of the day they’re trying to get rid of. Not that there’s anything particularly wrong with not wasting surplus ingredients at the end of the day, but it’s the preparation (or lack of) and hygiene I’m more concerned about.
Hope your late-night meal was good.
Is it Chinese run?
It is run by French.
The lunch buffet of $10.95 doesn’t include sashimi which is another $5.