What Are The Best Japanese Buffets In Hong Kong?

Here we present our favourites for the best Japanese buffets in Hong Kong.


Looking to eat at a Japanese all you can eat buffet in Hong Kong? Here, EatRice.la presents our list of favourites in no particular order. We will go into details of each restaurant, breaking down the perks and values of each of them to help you find the right one for you!


Urawa Japanese Restaurant 浦和日本料理

Category: best quality to quantity to price ratio

Address: G/F, Tung Hip Commercial Building, 244-252 Des Voeux Road Central, Sheung Wan

Website: Urawa Japanese Restaurant – OpenRice

Description: Urawa is one of our favourite Japanese all you can eat buffets in Hong Kong in terms of great value and excellent quality. Urawa can be described as being in the mid to high tier range in terms of sushi and sashimi quality; you won’t be disappointed if you eat here.

Set options

At the time of publication, Urawa is offering four pricing levels for their buffet: Selected for HKD188, Upgrade for HKD298, Deluxe for HKD398, and Luxury for HKD598. The difference between the sets is what foods are offered, with each additional tier gaining more choices.


For perks, what sets Urawa aside from the competition is that it includes free-flow sake, plum wine, and beer, making it one of the cheapest places to get absolutely smashed while shovelling sashimi and sushi into your mouths for HKD188 for the lowest tier. However, we recommend the best set to choose at Urawa is the Deluxe set.

The Deluxe set includes almost all the food, minus the highly premium seasonal fish such as Hiroshima oysters, king shrimp, abalones, Hokkaido scallops, and Japanese sea urchin. Although these excellent options are tasty, it is not entirely worth the upgrade. The Deluxe set already includes one round of the Luxury set options initially, and we feel that is enough to satisfy us.

The Deluxe set offers plenty of options such as sushi, sashimi, grilled food, baked foods, salads, shabu-shabu, noodles, rolls, fried food, and many others, along with delicious plum wine, sake, and beer. For HKD398, the value and quality of this set is worth trying for anyone looking for a wide range of tasty Japanese food.


Sushi Masa 鮨政

Category: excellent quality and reasonable price

Address: G/F, 105 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan

Website: Sushi Masa – Openrice

Description: Are you looking for authentic Japanese quality in buffet form, then Sushi Masa’s buffet is a great choice! Although the menu is not extensive, the quality of ingredients and preparation was the most authentic we’ve had in a Japanese buffet in Hong Kong.

At the time of publication, their buffet starts at HKD450, and you can add HKD150 to add sea urchin, bluefin tuna, and salmon roe sushi to the menu. The base menu includes sushi, gunkan, rolls, hand rolls, sashimi, noodles, tempura, and dessert.

Fish choices are also good at Sushi Masa, offering salmon, tuna, scallop, yellowtail, snapper, shrimp, snow crab, octopus, and ice fish. It also includes Japanese snacks and salads as well as fried goods and soup. Don’t forget to finish off with a dessert!


We decided on the base menu of HKD450, and we thought that was enough for us. The rice was so good and cooked perfectly, and the ingredients tasted fresh and authentic; one of the most authentic Japanese restaurants we’ve visited in Hong Kong. Worth trying out if you are looking for authentic Japanese flavours.


Sashi Japanese Yakiniku 尚鮮日式燒肉漁市場

Category: Good ingredients and reasonable price

Address: 3/F, Richmond Plaza, 496 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay

Website: Sashi Japanese Yakiniku Restaurant – Openrice

Description: Looking to eat grilled A5 and A4 Japanese wagyu yakiniku bbq style without breaking the bank? Sashi Japanese yakiniku Restaurant has you covered with its buffet option. Sashi’s all you can eat buffet for HKD428 menu features many types of A5 and A4 Japanese wagyu cuts, seafood, sashimi, sushi, fried foods, desserts, and non-alcoholic drinks.


The meal starts with a premium seafood platter, which you can order more of al-la-carte. We felt it wasn’t so necessary to order the extra premium seafood as the normal buffet menu already included oysters, crab, and shrimp. No alcoholic drinks besides cheap beer were included; they cost extra. However, no other restaurant offers such a variety and quality in a yakiniku bbq buffet for this price. Worth checking out if you have an appetite for a grilled wagyu buffet.


On-Yasai 温野菜

Category: Good ingredients and reasonable price ranges

Address: 4/F, Plaza 2000, 8 Canal Road East, Causeway Bay

Website: On-Yasai – Openrice

Description: On-Yasai is owned by the large restaurant conglomerate Kabushikigaisha Limited which operates many other Japanese chain restaurants in Hong Kong such as Gyu-Kaku, Mou Mou Club, Yoogane, and many others.

However, what sets this particular On-Yasai location in Causeway Bay apart from the others is that they offer an A5 and A4 wagyu all you can eat Japanese hot pot/shabu-shabu menu! Not only that, but it is one-person-one-pot-style.

Set options

They have four different wagyu set menus at the time of publication, offering different options at different price ranges and qualities. Their entry-level all you can eat wagyu starts with Set B with US wagyu for HK358 (Set A does not include wagyu). Their next level, Set C, includes all you can eat Australian wagyu for HKD398. Set D includes all you can eat Kagoshima wagyu for HKD508. Last, Set E, their most premium choice is the all you can eat Nagasaki Wagyu for HKD828. All sets also include all you can eat chicken and pork as well as several types of vegetables, drinks, and snacks.


The one downside of this place is that they do not offer any dessert options, so if sweets at the end of a buffet is a must for you, that may be a dealbreaker! We personally felt like Set D was the best choice in our opinion because the price to quality ratio felt right. We thought HKD828 was a bit too expensive for a chain restaurant because you can get great wagyu or even omakase for that price. However, if you are really looking for quality and quantity or just looking to splurge on nice meat at a buffet, Set E may be worthwhile to you.

This restaurant is extremely popular, so make sure to book your table in advance using the app or by calling beforehand. Expect to wait a long time or not get a seat at all if you come during peak hours.


Wanya Japanese Restaurant 碗屋

Category: Good ingredients and high quality

Address: 1/F, The L. Place, 139 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Website: Wanya Japanese Restaurant – Openrice

Description: Looking for a top-quality all you can eat Japanese buffet? Wanya Japanese Restaurant in Central has you covered. For HKD548, Wanya offers several great options; the food at Wanya is extremely fresh and very delicious. One of our favourite all you can eat Japanese restaurants to visit in Hong Kong for special occasions.


Overall, the quality of the sashimi can be best described as high-tier, depending on the fish and season. Besides sushi and sashimi, the all you can eat menu also includes delicious Japanese snacks like fried soft-shell crab, beef, hand rolls, scallops, foie-gras, salads, eel, teppanyaki grilled vegetables and meats. Of course, they also offer desserts to finish the meal with ice cream and mochi!

The biggest con of Wanya is that drinks are not included in the buffet. Hot tea is offered as a base drink for free, but expect to pay if you want any soda or alcohol. One beer is about HKD40, wines range from HKD218 to HKD518 per bottle, and soft drinks are HKD20-28 per.


Deluxe Daikiya Japanese Restaurant 極尚大喜屋

Category: Cheap; quantity over quality

Address: 9/F, Causeway Bay Plaza 1, 489 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay

Website: Deluxe Daikiya Japanese Restaurant – Openrice

Description: Just looking to stuff your face with sushi, sashimi, fried food, and desserts and want to pay the lowest price possible without worrying about dying from food poisoning? We recommend Deluxe Daikiya Japanese Restaurant in Causeway Bay.

For only HKD188, you get access to Japanese clay pot dishes, lamb skewers, sake, sashimi, hand rolls, sushi, eel, ice cream, tempura, sodas, teas, and snacks. For this price, there is nothing else like it. It is even cheaper if you go during their lunchtime buffet; however, price changes frequently, so for exact pricing, you will need to confirm on arrival.


Be warned, the quality matches the price you’re paying. Don’t expect omakase-level sushi at Deluxe Daikiya when you’re only paying HKD188. The sushi can be best described as “acceptable”, but for this price, it is unbeatable. It definitely is the best choice if you’re just looking to pig out for quantity over quality.

There are quite a few competitors to note in this price range, one of the biggest being Deluxe Daieki. However, in the last two years, we feel that the quality of this restaurant has reduced significantly and that Deluxe Daikiya is now the best option. Also, not all Deluxe Daikiya locations are created equally; the shop in Tsim Sha Tsui was terrible in terms of service and quality.


Do you have any favourites that we missed? We’d love to hear from you guys! Let us know in the comments below!

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