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dined on Fri, 24 May 2019

Had the Ginza BBQ at the back. The place itself needs to be changed in a way that there needs to be more exhaust. It was very smokey compared to other BBQ I have been to. The food selection was alright, however it was overly salty. Everything was self service. The down side to service was that I had to ask for more food that was empty at the station. As I have been a few times before, normally this does not happen.
Lye-Kheng Wong

dined on Thu, 28 Mar 2019

This is our neighbourhood Japanese restaurant and have dined many times using discount offers. Our favourites are the stone grill eel bibimbap, teriyaki chicken, pork tonkatsu, fried udon, hotpots and tempura. They also have an all you can eat BBQ option which we haven’t yet tried but is popular with other diners. We will keep coming back.

dined on Sat, 10 Aug 2019

Would need a number of visits to master the use of the hibachi for different meats.

dined on Fri, 9 Aug 2019

Although the food available was nice, the total lack of it was very disappointing, dinner booked at 7.30pm by then they had ran out of most vegetables and hot food. Took forever to replenish anything

dined on Thu, 8 Aug 2019

Some of the food materials were not good. Too hard to eat. Some were too salty.

dined on Thu, 13 Jun 2019

We use to come here all the time back in the days but unfortunately it has not been the same since. Not sure if its because of change of hand but there is lacking of choices now. Not worth having all you can eat.. when there is only 5 choices of meat. Yeah, sure its cheap but lacks quality. We did not mind paying $60 to $80 to receive higher end meats, like wagyu, but now.. it is not worth $30 for what they have now. Unfortunately we wont be coming back and looking for a new All you Can eat BBQ.

dined on Wed, 29 May 2019

Not the best unfortunately was a bit disappointed.

dined on Mon, 20 May 2019

The beef is delicious

dined on Fri, 17 May 2019

Took advantage of the lunch specials menu, good value and sufficient food. Spicy karage was delicious and well cooked with a light coating. Friendly wait staff and food came out pretty fast.

dined on Fri, 10 May 2019

The confirmation email stated that the price per head was $31.90 weekend special, however all of us were charged $39.90 per head as indicated on my receipt with transaction id 18329. This spoilt an otherwise nice night out.
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About Ginza Japanese Restaurant

Beautiful, elegant dining. Located in the beautiful Unley Road Ginza Japanese Restaurant has a plethora of history with the Taste of the Orient Restaurants & Catering Group who own and open restaurants globally. The newly designed venue features authentic Japanese cuisine with a modern twist in its wooden and rustic interior. The wooden design along the guest seating areas makes the space stands out more and has created fluidity throughout. The rear garden yard features traditional Japanese tatami and outdoor seating and offers the first and biggest Yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) in Adelaide. You’ll also notice the elegantly designed wine cabinet along the wall showcasing variety of wines and sakes. It makes you feel like grabbing a bottle and opening it on the spot to accompany the delicious Japanese cuisine you ordered. On Friday and Saturday nights, it also offers the biggest Seafood Buffet & Wagyu Shabu Shabu (Japanese Hotpot). Besides the selection of quality meats and vegetables , the seafood buffet features a wide array of seafood; oysters, prawns, blue swimmer crab, mussels, sashimi and sushi. It is perfect feast for Japanese food lovers, especially seafood lovers.

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