Sep 09, 2019
Posted by Dara Brewton • Where To Eat
If you are looking to stuff yourself with fresh and delicious sushi rolls, Charlotte has quite a few places where you can sit and indulge. This list includes the all-you-can-eat menus as well as a handful of sake specials to help you wash down all that fish and rice.
Pisces is located in Metropolitan squeezed in between Dressler’s and Vivace. They have an all-you-can-eat lunch every day of the week until 2:30, and it includes tons of rolls and nigiri choices. You can also mix it up with some appetizers or hibachi if you want. If it is sake you are after, Tuesday nights will be the night for you when sake is half off.
Mr Tokyo has three locations in the Charlotte area: Pineville, Matthews, and Prosperity Village. You will find an all-you-can-eat menu at all three of the locations, and there are both lunch and dinner options. There are so many options including classic rolls, nigiri, and several chef’s specialty rolls.
Umami is located in Matthews and is open Tuesday through Sunday. The all-you-can-eat menu includes unlimited nigiri, classic rolls, and specialty rolls. You can also add on some appetizers, soup, and salad.
You will find Ru San’s off of Park Road in the Dilworth area. The all-you-can-eat lunch buffet is available Monday-Saturday, and it includes nigiri and fresh sushi rolls as well as plenty of hot dishes. If you are interested in the liquid options, Ru San’s has an extensive sake menu with a ton of sake cocktails such as the Kiwi Lady Killer and the Blue Carolina.
Tucked around the corner from Carolina Place Mall, Sky Asian Bistro is easy to overlook but the unlimited lunch and dinner buffets should not be forgotten. You can choose from a variety of sushi options, but you can also add a few Kobe beef sliders into the mix as well. They are open every day except Mondays.
This new eatery is located on Elizabeth Ave near Carpe Diem, and is the third location for Rockin’ Rolls Sushi (there’s one in Durham and one in Raleigh.) It is an all-you-can-eat menu where the food comes out continuously on a conveyor belt, and you just grab the rolls that appeal to you. There are little iPads at the seats as well so you can request hot items from the kitchen like hibachi or spring rolls. It is an interesting concept that may just end up being your favorite way to eat sushi.
Nikko doesn’t offer an all-you-can-eat menu, but it is definitely a good place to sample a sake menu. On Monday nights, carafes are half off and on the weekends you can join the party with a few sake bombs. The drink menu is extensive. In addition to sake, you will find wine, beers, and specialty cocktails.