Unagi was prepared to order. So guests are required to drop their tables’ clip (each table had 3 clips, with the table number imprinted) into the Unagi bowl at the Japanese seafood station as an order. Although they looked huge from the sample, they actually come in small pieces. Shown here are actually two orders of unagi placed on one plate, so you can imagine how small the Unagi was.
My advice is, place all your clips for Unagi as soon as you enter the restaurant because they take about 10-15 minutes to prepare. Don’t wait, this is one of the tastiest and most worthy item offered in the buffet. And don’t worry about the purple thing you see on the Unagi, it’s just the reflection from the lights.
Chicken yakitori, available at the same place as Unagi, also requires special order. It was nice alright, but took like half an hour to come omg.
Another must try is the steamed red fish from the Chinese food section. Requires special order as well and takes close to half an hour to prepare too. It was very fresh and succulent, really enjoyed it. So nice, we actually had two of this throughout the buffet!
Another steamed fish available is Tilapia. It was nice as well but was outshined by the red fish.
Ayu fish was supposed to have sweet flesh but I didn’t seem to taste any of the sweetness, hmm. What’s worse was the fish was raw in some parts especially at the belly. Not wanting to waste, I tried my best to finish it but it affected my palate after that. The raw flesh, although small in quantity left a bad taste in my mouth.