AYCE. Every time I see that acronym, it takes me a second to figure out what it means. I suppose this is because "all you can eat" really doesn't register to me as being a thing. If I ate all I could eat, I'd be even fatter. This would not be preferable.
Sushi X has an à la carte menu as well, but I suspect its biggest trade comes from folks looking for the AYCE option.
For some reason I stopped in for a weekday lunch. I suppose to sate my curiosity.
I was the only person in the place, other than the two young girls manning the host station and playing on their phones (my lunch was filled with various sounds of texts and emails). I was seated and presented with a piece of paper containing a list of items for the AYCE option, and a pencil. Just like in the old days, you mark off what you want, and the server takes your list away and returns with the food you marked off. I like that, in a "go forth, young servant, and fetch me" sort of way. Very efficient.