Dodgy décor, but the mix of Japanese, Chinese and Thai is a hit Discuss this article
Sushi fiesta with sushi platters featuring their chicken, beef and duck sushi. All you can eat for QR129 Timings: 6.30pm-11pm (Saturday)
Far Eastern buffet
Far Eastern buffet with Chinese, Japanese and Thai food for QR129pm for lunch or dinner. Kids aged 6-12 eat for QR65 Timings: Noon-3pm, 6.30pm-11pm (Friday)
Teppanyaki station with a selection of seafood and meet, plus all you can eat sushi for QR169 Timings: 6.30pm-11pm (Thursday)
Business lunch. Get a three course Asian lunch, changed daily. Served in 59 minutes for QR59 or it’s free Timings: Noon-3pm (Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday)
Spare some sympathy for Chopsticks. Its dodgy psychedelic carpets, questionable music policy and view of a busy highway and a desolate expanse of sandy waste-ground put it onto a loser from the off. With a menu spanning Japanese, Chinese and Thai dishes, this eclecticism may be off-putting to some, but the opportunity to mix and match adds an extra fun element to proceedings. Japan and Thailand are well represented with delicious California rolls and green curry that packs a punch. Things go a little awry when the action moves north to China – a snapper in Szechwan sauce lacking the requisite heat of dishes from that region. On the whole, though, this multi-tasker runs the culinary gamut with skill.
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