Posted: 1/25/2012Provided by Citysearch -
My partner and I decided to re-visit this Chinese buffet during the early evening around 6 p.m. I have had good experiences at this restaurant in the past and have also had experiences where the food was mediocre and the restaurant very crowded. However, this time there were only about three or four occupied tables and the food was very fresh and delicious. On this evening, there was only one buffet bar being used. Generally, there were the basics: kung pao chicken, vegetable lo mein, egg rolls, egg flower soup, hot and sour soup, fried dim sum, sesame chicken, etc. This time around, the buffet offered wonderful sole in ginger sauce, shrimp with vegetables, beef with red and green peppers, szechuan green beans, and fried squid with onions. Usually the egg drop soups at most buffets are simply awful: very salty with a unappetizing texture. However, the egg flower soup offered at this buffet was excellent: it was substantial with a good medium texture. The food was kept fresh and the staff was friendly and courteous: they kept our drinks replenished and picked up our used dishes in a very timely manner.