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Camellia Buffet

November 22, 2015

Become your own gourmet chef

Locals and visitors alike love interactive yakiniku-style dining (self-cooked ingredients). Camellia Buffet, however, takes yakiniku to the next level by including the self-serve experience of a buffet. Family oriented and perfect for large gatherings and parties, Camellia Buffet on McCully Street offers its patrons an array of options, buffet quantity and, above all, quality Korean…

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August 25, 2015

The perfect place to ‘meat’ up

Living in paradise has its perks, but residing in the Aloha State also brings with it a pretty hefty price tag. That’s why Camellia Buffet, a McCully Street establishment known for its Korean cuisine and yakiniku-style dining, offers patrons its all-youcan-eat buffet daily. Filled with local favorites, the buffet is available for lunch ($18.95) from…

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July 12, 2015

A Korean Feast for the Whole Family

As summer heats up, Camellia Buffet continues to offer a scintillating array of local favorites on its all-you-can-eat buffet that has pleased patrons of all ages for three decades. The restaurant continues to attract generations of diners, as the “thrill of the grill” satiates appetites of any size. The popular establishment specializes in quality Korean-inspired…

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June 7, 2015

Camellia has it all for grads, dads

Special occasions are worthy of a celebratory meal and Camellia Buffet offers an ideal setting for a memorable gathering that the entire family can enjoy. Camellia Buffet continues to attract generations of diners as the “thrill of the grill” satiates appetites of any size, and with many high school and college graduates and their families…

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April 27, 2015

Families find it all at Camellia Buffet

Camellia Buffet continues to attract generations of diners as the “thrill of the grill” satiates appetites of any size. The popular establishment has pleased patrons of all ages over the last three decades by serving up quality Korean-influenced cuisine prepared yakiniku style. “If you have a big appetite, you’ll get your money’s worth,” says manager…

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March 1, 2015

The choice is yours at Camellia Buffet

For the past 28 years, Camellia Buffet has been a popular place for all-you-can-eat yakiniku-style favorites. Its large dining room and separate private room (that seats 24 to 30 people) makes it a great choice for family gatherings or parties. Locally owned and operated by sister and brother June Ha and Kenji Kim, Camellia Buffet…

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January 4, 2015

Camellia Buffet Cooks Up Family Feast

Just in time for the turning of the calendar and the ushering in of a new year, Camellia Buffet is adding yet another must-try buffet item with a host of superb sushi. The “thrill of the grill” keeps generations of diners flocking to Camellia Buffet as they have done for the last 30-plus years, and…

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November 23, 2014

Eating between the lines

Growing up, my mom was a master gardener. Our Southern lawn gently sloped into sectioned-off gardens, each filled with aromatic herbs, wholesome veggies, fish ponds, fountains and, my favorite, two camellia bushes (one white and one red). A true bookworm with such an imagination, I remember I used to play in this enclosed garden, pretending…

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October 19, 2014

Get up in this grill

In one of his songs, Jimmy Buffet sings, “I was hungry and went out for a bite.” Anyone with an empty stomach should heed his words. And Camellia Buffet, the all-you-can-eat Korean yakiniku restaurant tucked off McCully, is just that haven for the hungry. The buffet certainly boasts a multitude of ingredients. There is a…

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August 10, 2014

Chow down with Camellia

As one of the area’s most frequented all-you-can-eat buffets, Camellia Buffet has always insisted on cooking Korean cuisine the traditional way. “We try to keep everything as authentic as possible, using recipes that have been passed on for generations,” says floor manager Kelly Park. With almost 30 successful years behind its operation, the restaurant continues…

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