Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet
We dined by way of a restaurant.com certificate that was not fully honored by the manager. Apparently sometime after I bought the certificate online the Restaurant increased the minimum amount to be purchased terms. Although we satisfied our minimum obligation the manager refused to honor the certificate at full value. He came to our table and began to negotiate with us. He was relentless, and finally wore me down. We ended up paying more than we should have, but at that point we just wanted to get out as fast as we could. It was all very surreal. As far as the food goes our expectations were low, after all it’s an “all you can eat” buffet. It’s funny how quantity supersedes quality at a buffet. Anyway, the food was subpar at best. The sushi and grill station provided more mediocre choices. Do yourself a favor and take the $10 you would have spent at the Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet and run to your favorite Chinese restaurant. Choose quality over quantity, and you won’t be sorry.
I think the buffet was fantastic! Better yet, all of their employees came out and had lunch from the buffet, too (which is always a good sign). Its very clean and the food is fresh and the dishes are great...plus, you can choose your own raw ingredients and they'll cook it to order on the hibachi grill in the back.
Food was eh. Sushi was disgusting and smelled like disinfectant. Not a lot of chinese choices way too many &quot;american&quot; food options. I know buffets aren't the best quality but this way below par. Also don't buy a restaurant.com certificate for here because they will not honor it!