The Low Down
What to Drink: Todai serves domestic and Japanese beer as well as a selection of red, white and plum wines.
Save Money: Seniors 65 years and older receive a 20-percent discount on their meals.
The Extras: Complimentary birthday meals or certificates are given to patrons who visit Todai on their birthdays. Birthday meal programs differ depending on the location, so call your local restaurant for details.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
This enormous Japanese buffet attracts a diverse crowd for all-you-can-eat sushi and tempura.
by Robyn Galbos at Citysearch
The first Todai Restaurant debuted in 1985 in Santa Monica, Calif., and has since opened in locations across the U.S. and in Hong Kong. The restaurant, with seating for up to 500 people, features a 160-foot seafoodâ¦
Todai was gone, but Tomi is here!
By seethickr at Citysearch
Many people knew the Todai was closed a while back, but they never came back to see what's going on now. Well I happened to live just nearby, and t... Read More
don't go to Todai in Concord CA
By sophiadun at Citysearch
Sushi is horrible. Mainly a Chinese food buffet. They like to play a small trick to charge you more than authorized, a.k.a. they charged you a bit ... Read More
Best Japanese Buffet
By Howard L at Insider Pages
Little pricey but good variety of Japanese hot and cold food. One of the largest selection of sushis around. Lobsters on weekends. Free birthday... Read More