The buffet at Nori Nori is a pretty good value even though it is $26 for dinner. The crablegs and oysters are excellent as well as a huge selection of sushi rolls. They also have a hibachi grill section and several excellent soups. We will definitely be back.
Posted: 4/18/2012 • Link to this review
My wife and I decided to try Nori Nori on the recommendation of a friend. I was hopeful that it would be good, but it was not. The sushi was pretty flavorless and a let-down. Some of the salads were OK and a couple of the hot dishes were edible. But overall it was buffet food and we were hoping for a bit better at $26 per person. The ambience is nice and the desserts are pretty good. But we won't be back.
Posted: 2/12/2010 • Link to this review
While hungering for some sushi and seafood I was pointed in the direction of Nori Nori Sushi Buffet. I can honestly say that Nori Nori is a quality sushi establishment so far that you realize that this is a buffet. I have been for lunch ($16) and Dinner ($26) and both have been a pretty good value as long as you can put away some food. The difference between lunch and dinner is the seafood placed for dinner (crab legs and oysters) otherwise its almost the same. Being a buffet style restaurant the main headline of the sushi bar is rolls. And they have a lot! I've actually had some of the best sushi rolls here, with very creative combination of fresh ingredients. The sashimi served during dinner is of good quality but I won't go as far as to say the best sashimi I've ever had, but for what you're paying its pretty good quality. They also have a yakitori grill for dinner and the selection, though modest, is quite tasty. On the opposite side of the sushi bar is a 'salad' bar. I put salad in quotes because this is not your typical salad bar. There's the normal affair but have you had miso and tofu salad? Didn't think so. This however was a very elegant and well done version of the typical salad bar. Here you will also find variations of the seaweed salad etc. Finally the hot foods. They have a good mix of Japanese and Chinese foods but don't expect anything traditional. Its pretty much filled with typical dishes except it is made with less grease. Fantastic desert selection
Posted: 2/09/2010 • Link to this review
This is so far the best Seafood and Sushi restaurant that I can find around Atlanta area. $25 per adult isn't bad, I wish it's cheaper so I can eat there more often. $100 was the total bill for my family. Sushi and Sashimi were abundant and fresh and most important high quality, fresh, and taste excellent. Fish salads and beef salads are killer. So yummy. Worth every penny but wish it's cheaper. It costed me more than Todai in Vegas and it was not as good as Todai either. Things didn't like: 1. Oysters were so so small. 2. Crab legs were cold served. I like hot crab legs instead of cold. 3. There were no clams and crawfish. 4. In general I really like it but not quite as good comparing to todai.com in Vegas.
Posted: 8/10/2009 • Link to this review
This is an excellent sushi/seafood buffet for a reasonable lunch price (around $15). Large selection of sushi and an even larger selection of buffet items. Food quality is excellent. I haven't been for dinner yet but I hear on good authority that the dinner buffet adds crepe bar and crab legs for only $23 bucks. My co-workers and I have made this one of our weekly eateries.
Posted: 3/17/2009 • Link to this review