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Q: What are the best all-you-can-eat Japanese restaurants in Beijing?

7 years 50 weeks ago in  Food  - Beijing

 
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I have never heard of all-you-can-eat Japanese restaurants. There are not many all-you-can-eat Chinese restaurants in Beijing. frown

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All "teppanaki" Japanese restaurants are catering "all you can eat/drink" for 150rmb/ppl.

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There's a place by Sanyuanqiao called "Fukunoya" Thank me later. 

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there is also a place called Tairyo.
Its located in the Village on level 3. Its an all the u can eat teppanyaki place with free flow beer and sake (and they have heaps on sushi / sashimi on the menu)

Always busy so book ahead.

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WHo's the retard just thumbs downing everyone? Get a life. 

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There are so many Japanese restaurants in Beijing with all-you-can-eat deals. There's a good one off Liangmaqiao Lu called Matsuko (or something like that) and another good one between Liangmaqiao Lu and Xiaoyun Lu (just by the Plastic Surgery hospital on the second floor of a shady office building. The food there is great but be warned that there's a brothel next door and the girls share a bathroom with the restaurant customers. I wouldn't mind but the last time I went one of the girls emptied a bowl of what looked like urine in the sink).

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