A ton of bountiful buffet optionsA La Carte
October 25, 2020
Story By: Nicole Monton | Photos by: MCCULLY BUFFET
Restaurants have had to think outside the box to keep staff and patrons safe, and McCully Buffet has gone above and beyond to take care of its customers.
One big change is the food stations, which are sporting a completely different look now — though the same great food is still up for grabs.
Instead of self-serve stations, each area is manned by one of McCully Buffet’s employees who don masks and gloves to serve dishes cafeteria-style.
“Customers don’t have to touch the tongs or spoons,” says owner Sam Seo. “We serve it to them.”
The restaurant is well-known for its array of meats — to be cooked and eaten yakiniku style — as well as its impressive assortment of fresh fish. While seemingly suited for opposite palates, Seo says that customers enjoy having diverse options at the ready — and at great price points. Also included in the buffet selection are sushi and a wide variety of Japanese and Korean dishes, too.
An all-you-can-eat lunch is only $27.95 for adults and $18.95 for children, while dinner is $37.95 for adults and $29.95 for children.
Dining Out readers can enjoy 10 percent off October and November, and Seo is quick to note that McCully Buffet also honors Hawaii Restaurant Card.