This is going to be a picture spam post of all the things we managed to fit in at Bluefin Sushi and Seafood Buffet. A word to the wise, the options for lunch are much more limited compared to dinner because of the price point. You won’t see things like crab etc. at the lunch buffet (which is what we went for). There is also a 10% discount for students (can’t remember if it’s only on weekdays)
Fried noodles with kung pow chicken. The carbs were alright, and the kungpao chicken was quite nice.
Tamago sushi. Not very good and obviously with additives. It was way too yellow and kinda rubbery.
Tempura green beans. These were excellent, but we got them fresh when they were perfectly crisp and piping hot.
A little too much breading on the chicken katsu. And you need to get a dipping sauce for this
Overview of my first plate. The leafy green vegetables at the lower left corner were a little fibrous and not very fresh
And sushi. LZ wasn’t very impressed. But then again, it’s a sushi buffet so don’t expect top of the line sashimi/sushi here. A lot of them were very american too, with lots of mayonnaise and cooked meat. I still didn’t eat them :P Even though I do rather enjoy the very american rolls at Sushi Tengu and Blue C Sushi. In Singapore kaitens are ALL about the raw fish and the only things I eat there are tamago sushi.
Soba in tsuyu sauce. Not bad, we managed to get a nice serving of scallions and seaweed flakes.
Fried prawns – these were really fragrant! But not deshelled though. I was half tempted to keep the shells and freeze them to make prawn mee.
Seafood congee – very silky and comforting especially in the cold weather. Not a lot of seafood in it but there were some bay scallops. Be sure to drizzle the soy sauce and the white pepper
Chilled tofu with seaweed. I liked this cold dish, and the dressing on it, although generally I prefer silky tofu to merely soft tofu.
Nigiri with a fresh rocket salad. They had some beautifully charred aburi sushi as well, which LZ liked. I think he also recommends the ika.
Cute little dessert cakes, mostly sponge with a whipped cream frosting
Soft serve ice cream. I’m clearly not very good at this. The fudge was so drippy!
The place felt a little grimy/the floor was a little sticky but generally if you are ravenous you’d probably find a lot of things here to suit you. It really isn’t that expensive for a buffet but it seems more like a chinese cooked food buffet with all the steam tables and fried stuff rather than a “sushi and seafood buffet”.