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Reader: "Buffet" and "Sushi" Are Two Words That Should Never Be Used in the Same Sentence

This week Jenn Wohletz's eating adventures along Havana took her to Hiro, where she found a heroic buffet that has fans across town. Including Jeff, who says:

I eat at Hiro at least once a week and it's very good. The sushi rivals any sushi restaurant in town. The food is always fresh, the restaurant is very clean and the service is great.

But Brian has his doubts:

In my experience "buffet" and "sushi" are two words that should never be used in the same sentence. I've seen it before and it kind of creeps me out. On your third trip back to the buffet, it's the same sushi as when you walked in thirty minutes ago, super yummmm!

What do you think of sushi buffets? Buffets in general? Do you have any favorites around town? 

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