Sushi and seafood buffet.
My family and I have heard great reviews about Tokyo One and decided to give it a try. The restaurant did not have as large as a selection that I had anticipated. Their hot pots were fair. The sushi selection was less than average. The cooked food was also fair. Their desserts were bland and just didn't taste quite right. Their udon and noodle section was kind of a joke. The only item that was good was the red bean, green tea and peach ice cream. The price for my wife and I was $25 each my 7yr old was $9 and my 2yr old daughter was $4 ( she played more with her food than ate it). For these prices I'd expect a grand buffet like Lauberge du Lac. All in all I did not enjoy this dining experience nor did my wife. Kirin down the street maybe older but their food selection is a lot tastier.