Just recently opened, this place is a refreshing take on the other buffets we've been to recently. Out of everything they had, there was only a couple things we did not enjoy - the won ton soup and their chocolate/coffee cake. The won tons in the soup were very doughy with only a little meat and the cake was very coffee flavored. The dessert section was a little lacking in selection, but everything else really made up for it. The dinner hour has sea food, including crawfish and crab. Their pan fried dumplings were FANTASTIC. The best part was when we paid our tab, we spoke to the owner (who also rang us up). He was very enthusiastic and excited about his new business, asked what we thought of his food and was thrilled when we said we greatly enjoyed it and would be back soon. Our waiter was also very kind and attentive.
I am here from Austin and heard nice things about this place. I have tried many of their dishes, especially the Beef CockTail and have enjoyed it. The other night I tried their expensive Tenderloin and wow was it terrible. Made a mention the the staff, but they weren't phased by my comments. I recommend the place for late night cocktails and the atmosphere, but would probably not recommend the steaks.
I travel a lot on business and love to try local restaurants. This one has had great food each time I have been here. The steak cocktail is delicious. It is on the starter menu, but I would recommend it as an entree. The shrimp entree was great as well-with shrimp the size of small lobsters! Get there before 8 if you want to dine as it gets busy with college folks later at night.