With more than 9 branches around the capital of Thailand, Fuku Intown is becoming more and more popular with both locals and expats. If you are looking for a delicious seafood buffet Bangkok style – then this is the place for you.
Fuku Intown Buffet – how it works
Who wouldn’t want unlimited Salmon? How the Fuku Intown Buffet works is a little different to a normal buffet in Bangkok. This sushi and seafood restaurant has a vast menu to choose from but, if you are struggling to choose just one dish, opt for the buffet. This way, you will pay a set price and can choose from certain items on the menu. There are many many options to choose from but note that not all items on the menu are included in the standard buffet.
The rules – you pay your price, you have up to 90 minutes to order and eat and drinks are included.
Fuku Intown Menu
As a Japanese buffet, the menu is predominantly sushi and sashimi. You can order individual sushi rolls and they have some special selections to choose from as well.
During our visit, they offered the stair to heaven selection – a stairway of salmon sushi topped with a spicy mayo sauce; delicious! Sushi options also included california maki, tamago nigiri, ebiko nigiri, ebi nigiri, Salmon toro and salmon tuna rolls.
We also enjoyed their Fuku Intown Set; a bed of crispy salmon maki which steams up, pouring over a layer of salmon sashimi. Takoyaki balls, aussie beef and gyozas were also available and delicious.
The standard buffet has plenty of options to choose from and the additional options include a small selection of higher quality dishes. During our visit, this included saba fillet and grilled Orinji. With the premium buffet, you can also get salmon fillet, tempura flakes, fuku’s chicken and french fries.
Fuku Intown Buffet Price
Currently the prices are:
- 499B for standard buffet
- 699B for the Grand Premium Buffet
The buffet is all you can eat but avoid leaving food; there is a sign that you will be charged 20b per piece leftover. Soft drinks are also included and these included a small selection of juice and fizzy drinks.
Fuku Intown A La Carte – You can opt to eat a la carte here too; ideal for those looking for a quick, small meal.
Fuku Intown locations
There are locations of this popular chain all over Bangkok so you can visit any of these below. Many are in shopping malls so make for a great visit whilst you are enjoying some Bangkok shopping.
- Centerpoint SiamSquare
- SeaconSquare Bangkae
- Century On Nut
- The Walk Ratchapruek
- Zpell Future Park Rangsit
- CenterOne Monument*
- HomePro Ratchasattana*
- AIA Sathorn Tower (only 16.00-20.30 pm)
- Achita Lotus Rangsit
*These locations only offer the 499B buffet option.
Fuku Intown Century Onnut
We visited the Fuku intown in the Century Mall, connected to the On Nut BTS Station. We were here around 11.30am on a Thursday and it was fairly quiet to begin with but started to fill up around 12. We have returned to the same branch since but in the evening and the restaurant is incredibly popular. However, service was still quick and we were able to order and eat everything we wanted in the time allocated.
The restaurant is smaller than other branches but is decorated in a Japanese style, with sofa lounge chairs, normal chairs or stools available. There is also an open section near the front of the restaurant, should you wish to watch the chefs preparing the food.
This particular branch is open from 11am to 9.30pm most days and opens at 10.30am on a Friday.
Fuku Intown eatigo
We love the Eatigo food app here in Bangkok, it helps us save a tonne of money when we eat out. Reserve your seat ahead of time to get up to 50% – the app includes many types of restaurants, including cafes, local spots, hotel buffets and high-end options too. Fuku Intown is on the app but they don’t always offer deals. We have seen 10% off deals but with prices for a high-quality, salmon buffet being so low in the first place, you really don’t need to receive via the app.