My family and I in general avoid buffets. To eat lunch or dinner at Buffet City we drive 30 miles, one-way. Buffet city's prices are reasonable, with $1 off for seniors over 65. The first thing we do at any restaurant is check the hygeine, including the rest rooms, and this place is really clean. We normally do not like buffets because the food is often old and cold--not-so here. Although this buffet specializes in Chinese food, it also has Mongolian BBQ and sushi. It has dozens of foods, for instance three or four kinds of egg rolls and spring rolls, and even Western food, like ham, beef, and other entries for people who don't like Chinese. Desserts are numerous, we recommend the hot apple pie, perhaps with a scoop of soft ice cream on top. The people to wait on tables are a little sparse, but do a good job of keeping tables clean and your drink glasses full. After-all, at a buffet you don't expect your food to be delivered. I'd like to mention the different foods, but there are literally too many! The lunch price is about $6.95 until 3 p.m., the dinner meal is $12.95 and they have extras, like Alaskan crab legs for an additional couple of dollars. We only get down here about once every fes weeks due to the distance, good thing we don't live closer or we would have a weight problem!
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Excellent food such as sushi made continously by sushi chef, salmon and seafood in general, A large variety of salads, deserts, fried foods, fruits, soft ice cream for desert, habachi type grill where the chef will prepare your selection of foods of your choice. I love this place and would eat here daily if I could, seriously I would!
This place is great! I love eating here with my family. Great prices on a ton of great food!