There's a certain instant feeling you get when you start trying out different restaurants. For me personally, going to different restaurants with my family is one of the privileges that I'm very happy and grateful to own. Food is something that is incredibly important in my culture as well as for many other Asian families. We often communicate love through our cooking and the hard work put behind it. But after, a long day of work when no one is in the mood to cook, we simply shrug our shoulders and pick out a restaurant.
My family and I have already picked out so many different types of Asian cuisine but one of our favorites will ironically be a buffet. Mizumi is a buffet on sushi, noodles, soups, and fried vegetables and meat. I personally go there for the sashimi because not only does it feel like a bite I get to have only once in a while, but also merely because I want to get my money's worth at a buffet. I often avoid the rice and filler and usually go for the raw fish and sushi given. I love sushi and seafood, especially because for me, there's always that savory taste that these kinds of food left in my mouth that meat other types of food can't fulfill. Ironically, I thought that the idea of raw food was disgusting as a kid, but who knows- my taste buds might've gotten more refined over time, leading me to this point–at a buffet specifically designed for sashimi.
I think the food at Mizumi crafted decently well at it's set price. Because there's such a variety of multifarious selections, the prices do tend to be a bit on the higher range ($30-40) but in my opinion, for what it's worth, it gives your money a good run.