Miami >Food & Dining > Shinju Japanese Buffet
8800 SW 72nd St, Miami, FL | Directions 3317325.702021 -80.335550
Mon. - Sun. 11:30am - 3:30pm
GINZAS BISCAYNE BLVD 163 STREET – THIS JAPANESE AND CHINESE BUFFET IS THE GREATEST QUALITY FISH AND ABUNDANT DIFFRENT DISHES ,OF DELIGHTS , ITS A FEAST FOR LOW DOLLARS ,AND ALL U CAN EAT FROM SOUP TO NUTS , SO FAR THE BEST IN SUSHIE ,AND CHINESE EVER ,,,, SOON NUMBER ONE IN MIAMI BEACH , ALSO NEW ATM ON PREMISES , OH YEA TELL THEM YOU SEEN THEIR REVIEW
Best All Around – My favorite in Miami! The sushi is wonderful with so many different types to choose from. Also a hibatchi grill where they cook up your selection, very tasty. A buffet with a nice selection including soup salad and dessert. I actually drive about 1 hour to eat there and that saying something driving through Miami traffic just to eat. Great place to go if you have someone who is not a Sushi eater. Really good service and food.
Buffet bliss meets courteous and attentive customer service – I initially just decided to go here on the spur of the moment after not having eaten all day. I had been seeing this venue for awhile on Sunset and always wanted to go. Well upon arrival, they greet you, seat you and after your waitress take your drink orders, you are free to roam and choose what you want to eat. The atmosphere is great; everyone looked happy and was pretty much immersed in their conversations. The food was more that plentiful and diverse enough. I enjoyed the lo mein noodles, the sesame chicken, orange chicken, crab legs, potstickers, spring roll, sushi (too many types to remember) and for desert the Red Bean ice cream was definitely tasty and unique. My family liked the salmon off the grill and the sweet and sour soup along with the ribs and again the Red Bean ice cream and all the other deserts and fruits we tried. The only thing I wish is that I could have eaten more and tasted the soup as well as something off the Hibachi grill. The only thing I can say that you should avoid is the crazy tuna roll (it has red and green on it); I was not crazy about it. However, their sushi and sashimi station has the names of everything posted which is great. Also, the green tea is not premium and it was a bit distasteful for me (I'll get something else to sip on next time.) P.S. Our waitress, Sarah ,was the best she always checked on everyone in her section. Although, everyone in the establishment was very nice and I went on a Saturday for dinner just after 5pm.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Facebook to see what your friends are up to!
Do you have a review of Shinju Japanese Buffet on your blog? If you include the Citysearch image link (shown below) in your post, we'll automatically link to your review from the business profile page. Here's how our Linkback system works:
The Linkback system is free and automatic. It's really that easy.
To link to our business profile page, copy the html below to your web page.