I've been here twice so far, once for the lunch buffet and once for dinner. The lunch buffet was quite good, with a good selection of dishes and a great deal at 850 yen for all you can eat.
At dinner, we ordered a la carte, which was more expensive, but having the food freshly prepared was better. Everything we had was excellent. I'd definitely recommend trying the radish cakes, which are battered and fried deliciousness. The corn soup made with soymilk and mock ham was really good, but very rich.
The staff are very friendly, and the manager speaks a little English. Of course, if you speak Chinese, make sure to talk to the owner, who can recommend all sorts of good dishes.