All-You-Can-Eat Seafood Buffet Opens In Mission Valley

February 15, 2018

Hundreds Seafood Grill Buffet is now open in San Diego's Mission Valley area, taking over the long-dormant space previously occupied by Todai Sushi and offering an expansive buffet of all-you-can-eat seafood dishes, as well as a full raw bar, tepanyaki grill service, ice-cold sushi, gelato, desserts and much more.

Owned by the same company that operates the Asia Wok and China Super Buffet restaurants in San Diego, 100s Seafood Grill is an "international buffet" with an Asian influence, serving a lengthy menu of savory and sweet items with a focus on fresh seafood offerings. With prices started at $28 for dinner and $15 for lunch, Hundreds Seafood Grill Buffet has a huge selection of seafood, over 30 kinds of sushi, a raw bar, hot dishes made fresh to order from a sizzling teppanyaki grill, grilled meats, wok-made noodle dishes, a full salad and fruit bar, and a lengthy list of desserts, including a 44 inch chocolate tower and large selection of Italian-style gelato. The restaurant also offers soft drinks, tea, juice, as well as beer and wine. 

The building at 2828 Camino Del Rio South in Mission Valley had fallen into a state of disrepair as it sat dormant for the past four years. Originally built in 1980 by then-SDSU student Dean Lehr and operated as a bar and restaurant called Lehr’s Greenhouse Restaurant and Florist, 'The Greenhouse' as it was known was a popular hotspot until it closed in 1987. The hard-to-reach space along Interstate 8 at the I-805 intersection then went on to pass along to a succession of other businesses, including Tijuana Tilly’s, the Banx nightclub, and Todai in the late 90s until it closed in 2013.

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