What attracted me here is seafood. I saw some photos of eating in the Yong's seafood cafeteria, "Nandu" ... so poor (this is the daily word for watermelon). The buffet there includes three big crabs and lobster scallop sushi ... and various barbecues. All very nice, when can we go again!!
I recommend everyone to eat it. Except for the king crab, everything else is self-service. The price is more expensive, but you can eat seafood crazy. The prawns inside can be eaten freely and are still very fresh.
Food in Japan is relatively expensive, so we chose a buffet restaurant this time. Their long-legged crabs are still very plump and they are all recognizable, so they are very happy to eat and their hearts are very delicious.
If you weren't in Japan, you would never know the cafeteria with crabs, this is the cafeteria, with some vegetables and Tenguro shrimp and the Hans on the bridge.
I was recommended by a friend before coming to Sapporo, but I couldn't get through to this shop on the Internet, so I asked the hotel to help and book the location. This is a buffet that mainly eats king crab. After I went there, an instructor (I found a Chinese one) helped us explain what to eat in a circle and where they were, and then took us to our seats and a timer started counting for 100 minutes (we still think The timer was tricky, it’s fast, but I didn’t look at it later...it seems to have time to go, I always feel that time passes quickly) The king crab is raw, and the other hairy shoe crabs are cooked only slightly After grilling, there are many local black pork, beef (pictured) and so on, but they are mainly famous for crabs, so we took a lot of crabs for grilling, and overall it was a great meal. Two people seem to be a little more than 10,000 yen, which is almost more than 300 yuan per person.