I met up with Mild on my second day in Bangkok and we headed for a late lunch around the Thong Lo area. We were planning on eating some Thai Food but headed for some Japanese Food at Oishi instead because we couldn’t find the restaurant that Mild’s friend recommended.
This was my first time in Oishi and also my first time having Japanese Buffet in Bangkok. The spread was quite big and offered not only Japanese but also some Chinese Food.
The Japanese Spread included your usual Sashimi, Sushi, Salads and a number of cooked dishes such as Chicken Nabe, Salmon Kabutoni, Seafood Soup, Steamed Egg Custard and Fried Chicken Cutlet with Japanese Curry. There was also a cooked to order Teppanyaki Station that featured Beef Tenderloin, Pork, Chicken and Vegetables.
Chinese Dishes included Dim Sum (Har Gow, Siu Mai and Chinese Buns) and another live cooking station for Chinese Style Stir-Fry for Meats, Vegetables and Seafood.
Desserts were a little limited with a small counter serving a number of Mini-Tarts, Cakes and Panna Cotta. There was also soft-serve Ice Cream next to the All-You-Can-Drink counter.
Overall Oishi is a Japanese Buffet that offers average quality food at an affordable price. Similar buffets such as Shogun and Saisaki in Malaysia have a much larger spread with similar quality of food and price.
Price: $$ (Under USD $20 per person)
Address: Thong Lo 10, Khlong Toei Nuea, Vadhana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
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