Kenzo Sushi Campbell
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- Kenzo Sushi CampbellMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Mar 28, 2013
For $25 (dinner) and $22 (lunch), Kenzo Sushi at the Campbell location allows you 5 rounds of ordering for all you can eat. Unlike a typical buffet, you order from an all you can eat menu and the restaurant also serves non all you can eat customers. Although not everything on the menu is on the all you can eat "list," it's pretty comprehensive and represents 85% of what is on their general menu. For a price comparison of items you want to order for all you can eat if you were to pay for them individually, access the menu from your phone.
- Kenzo Sushi CampbellMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4First to ReviewJan 09, 2013
Great all you can eat sushi joint. Korean owned, so you get the K-flare in the food (which I'm all good with). You can order from the menu too, but get a better deal with all you can eat if you want rolls, sushi, salads, small plates. Used to be a different Japanese restaurant, but switched owners and changed the name to Kenzo in 2012.
Took my parents during opening week, they've never had all you can eat sushi before. They enjoyed it and was amused that the big laminate order form had round 1,2 and 3. We stopped at round 2. Portions are big. Of course you get "service" at the end. Which in Korean means, sumtin free! It may be fruit or red bean ice cream for dessert.