I was a bit sceptical when I heard these guys do all you can eat. Japanese cuisine is unique for its fresh ingredients and presentation detail. Not to easy to do bulk buffet style. But I heard they have a policy that you pay for what you don't eat. That made it all better.
The menu is very predictable- Japanese staples such as Miso Soup, Agedashi Tofu, Karaage, Sushi and Sashimi, Takoyaki and Gyoza. But it was done very well. Fresh and very tasty.
We ordered about four times, careful not to order too much and the staff were efficient and accomodating.
The wine/beer list was good and there were some good dessert options but I was too full for that.
I recommend Isshin for those that are hungry and want to fill up on good food.
The pay for what you leave is only if you leave 100g of a particular dish behind. It is charged at the menu rate.
So, do what I did, order a couple of dishes at a time, enjoy them and move on.
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