If you go here, it's good to go hungry and to plan to stay for at least an hour. It's like a party for your palate, so why rush it? There is so much to enjoy and savor, you will be at the food hot, cold, dessert, salad, soup, and/or beverage stations at least 4 times. You have to serve yourself for beverages, but, hey, that makes it easy to get what you want - tea, coffee, water?
There is a lot of seating at this location, and it's popular, so the food has a high turnover rate. Great choices for salad and fruit, as well as order-your-own dishes of sautéed veggies. There are pre-made dishes of tofu, mushrooms, roots and veggies that are hot and cold. Pickled dishes are plentiful. Fake fish is here, too. I am pretty sure there is no onion or garlic here for the Buddhist community to easily consume the food without worries.
The longer you are here, the more you can try - like most of the other high end buffets, as a dish is emptied, another one will be made to replace it. Usually, it's different than anything else you've already seen/ eaten in your meal.
No need to bus your own table.
Plenty of soups, too, if you're into that kind of food. As others have said, it's got tons of vegan food, just not as plentiful for the dessert choices - fruit is good, though!
Cons: Not all vegan, Too much food to eat!, Pricey