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Jasmine Tokyo Asian Buffet
Japanese Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
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Scottsdale Promenade 7000 E Shea Blvd Scottsdale, AZ 85254
7000 East Shea BoulevardUSArizonaScottsdale85254
$$Japanese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Sushi Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Buffet Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
Today 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM – 9:00 PMWednesday 11:00 AM – 9:00 PMThursday 11:00 AM – 9:00 PMFriday 11:00 AM – 9:30 PMSaturday 11:00 AM – 9:30 PMSunday 11:00 AM – 9:00 PMMonday 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Jasmine Tokyo is a premium buffet and made-to-order restaurant with a large variety of Asian dishes such as Chinese, Japanese, and all you can eat crab legs and mouthwatering prime rib.
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Sprawling buffet restaurant offering bottomless Asian dishes, including sushi & crab legs.- Google
"Cold sushi was cold and hot rolls hot."
"If you're looking for a good Asian buffet in Scottsdale, this is it."
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Christi Kleckner
a month ago
Big disappointment. The food was lukewarm some of it was old. Sushi had been sitting for awhile. And the butter for the seafood was fake and cold. It was not worth $52 for the two of us.
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Terri S
3 months ago
I stopped in at Jasmine Tokyo Asian Buffet at the recommendation of my massage therapist who is in the neighborhood. She said that although it is a little pricey, the lunch buffet is reasonable, and she particularly enjoys the assortment of vegetables that they serve. I had just had my massage, I hadn't eaten yet, I wanted something on the healthy side, and it was just after their 11:00 am opening time - so I decided to go directly there. I rejoiced at finding a parking space in the shade, and counted myself blessed at that point. As I entered, and waited to be seated, I noticed how large and extensive the buffet was. A friendly hostess greeted me and showed me to a table, where a friendly server immediately came to take my beverage order. Before even picking up a plate, I walked the entire buffet twice, just to decide on a strategy. The selection was huge, including made to order Udon and Soba noodle soups, to assorted sushi (nori and rolls), assorted tempura, lots Japanese and Chinese dishes, assorted salads, vegetables of every description and with varied preparations, tofu dishes, desserts, 3 Asian soups, and more. There was LOTS of variety. I decided to start with salads and vegetables, ease from there into slightly heavier fare, and wrap up with a sampling of desserts. There was not a vegetable that I tried that I did not enjoy, although some of them needed a bit of additional seasoning. I had fried rice with my veggies, and while it was just ok, it was better than what I've had at other buffets, and was loaded with onions, and other tasty tidbits. On the first trip, I has stuck to very small portions. I would have been perfectly happy sticking with a second plate just like the first, but I wanted to sample additional items. I loved the Tofu Lovers dish which was in a light but flavorful sauce with lots of delicious broccoli and cabbage. I also tried the mushroom chicken, the sesame balls, and red snapper, tuna, and salmon nori. I opted not to try any of the sushi rolls or tempura. I was tempted to have Udon noodle soup, but knew that there was no way I would have room in my stomach to do it justice. I got a bit more fried rice, and some more vegetables. The nori was pretty flavorless, even with wasabi and soy sauce, and a bit on the dry side. Not odd for a buffet, but at least it didn't taste fishy. The other dishes beyond the Tofu Lover were pretty so-so. The beef dishes looked good, but I didn't really want beef today. I should have skipped the dessert course. The cookies were heavy and didn't have much flavor. I tried four tiny pieces of cake (different kinds) and every single piece was soggy (wet) on the bottom. Once I discovered that, I gave up on the desserts and called it a day. My server promptly brought me my check, and closed me out, thanking me for coming, as did the hostess as I exited. Bottom line, lots of variety, lots of what I wanted - vegetables and lighter fare, decent basics, except dessert, and a price that is reasonable only if you eat more than you generally might (I know I did). I'll go back again just for the vegetable selection, but I'll stick to lunch since dinner is almost double the price. I really don't like buffets, but for a buffet, this wasn't too bad.
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Laura Burens
5 months ago
I was taken there for lunch by a friend who had been before and was excited about finding the place. Funny how people rated this place either "dirty restaurant, rude servers, with bad food and old dried out sushi", or "great place, great service, very clean, and food was fresh & delicious". I found it to be the latter when I went there for lunch. The restaurant looked spotless to me, and the food was hot and fresh, or cold and fresh as it should have been dependent on type. Like any buffet, there were a few items I didn't like, but you can't please everyone with everything- overall it was a great selection and I saw it constantly being changed out for freshness. I'd go back, and take friends!
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Edgar Romero
5 months ago
The sushi is decent; by which is not to low on quality and not too high as well. As a result, I may only come here during the lunch hour because it's not worth 23.74 for one person. Only if the sushi was more fresher and the other option on food is not worth digesting. I may come here twice a year.
Mike Az
2 months ago
Tried this place due to the overall high reviews...the chow mein plate was tasty but once I got through half of the plate I found a piece of metal scrub brush in my mouth and almost choked trying to get it out... Although I didn't have to pay for the plate I expected a better reaction to try to save future business but was surprised that I was charged for my soda and the other plate at the table....i'm not the type to try to get stuff for free or find extras when a mistake happens but a little effort into keeping me coming back might have worked....won't be back here- cleanliness is very important part to trusting a restaurant!
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Onie Gonzalez
3 months ago
All you can eat buffet was good until the hostess/owner (?) tells you how to eat the sashimi on rice. My husband had gotten a plate of sashimi and only ate the fish since the rice is starchy. On his second trip to get more sashimi she actually came to the table and told him he was not allowed to eat only the fish and leave the rice uneaten. We were shocked to know that she was watching what we were eating. He is on a starch free diet and this allowed him to eat certain foods off the buffet. Food was good but they are watching how you're eating and how much of it.
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sumanbabu alapati
3 months ago
very good place. affordable sbd have lot of itfms to choose from
Pat Ansell
2 months ago
My son and grandson got hot tea. She brought small pot with 2 tea bags and 2 small cups and the charge was $4.50. Each person should have had there own pot if they were going to charge for 2 teas.


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