calle Alfonso I, 26, Zaragoza
It's an eat-as-much-as-you-like buffet and the range of food available is quite impressive. There are hot and cold starters; cuts of meat typical of any Spanish restaurant; various types of seafood (fillets of fish as well as shrimps, squid, cuttlefish and lots of shellfish, most of which I couldn't name); fresh and cooked vegetables; rice, of course, boiled or fried; and Spanish-style croquetas. Cheese and dessert are included, also on a no-limits basis.
The real Japanese touch is the style of cooking: teppanyaki. The teppan is an iron hotplate on which the chef grills the food you've selected.
Great value too! The fixed price is €14.95 for all you can (or want to) eat. It's even cheaper at lunchtime during the week when the price for the same deal drops to €9.95. I chose white wine as an accompaniment; €2.25 for a respectably large glass.
The service was efficient and friendly, and a complementary shot of Hierbas rounded things off nicely.
They have six branches in Zaragoza city centre.