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Fill up on yakiniku fun at Korean buffet

A La Carte

April 8, 2018

Story By: Elima Pangorang | Photos by: ANTHONY CONSILLIO

Ready-to-eat, fried options from Camellia’s dinner buffet menu.

Living in Hawaii gives residents the luxury of exploring the outdoors in a number of ways — be it hikes, beaches, waterfalls and so much more. After a day of adventuring Oahu’s stomping grounds and waters, these activities can really build up an appetite.

So when it comes time to decide where to dine, fill up your well-deserved appetite at Yakiniku Camellia Buffet in McCully. Here, you can consume all the perks of an impressive all-youcan-eat buffet that is easy on the wallet as well.

Yakiniku meat selections from Camellia’s dinner buffet.

The eatery’s dinner buffet can be enjoyed for just $26.99 every day, and its lunch buffet for $15.99 ($18.99 on Saturday and Sunday). Stop in and see for yourself Camellia’s expansive buffet that includes a variety of meats galore, refreshing vegetables, and sushi — just to name a few.

Featured here are just some of the establishment’s dinner buffet items. The meal starts off with your pickings of pork belly, kalbi, teriyaki beef, calamari, shrimp, steak — Camellia owner Shawna Kim shares that New York strip steak is its newest menu item — or anything else your hungry heart desires.

Yakiniku seafood selections from Camellia’s dinner buffet.

Then, fire up the grill and bite into fresh and hot pieces of meat, plus you can even reheat your items if you did not consume them right away.

In the meantime, while your meats cook, enjoy ready to eat pupus like tempura kabocha (pumpkin), sweet potato, and even sushi. There also is fried chicken, egg rolls and more.

Kim further notes, that since its quantity is limited, flap meat, beef tongue and intestines are available upon request.

Camellia’s dining experience is fun and tasty for the whole family. The restaurant is ready to satiate any craving whether you just came from an exciting hike, a day at the beach, or are just looking for a casual lunch meal.

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