Generally I try and stay away ...
Generally I try and stay away from buffet's because they're so hit or miss. This place was certainly a big swing and a miss.
Upon entering for an early dinner I was greeted and sat promptly. My initial impressions of the buffet spread were positive.
This place offered the usual array of chinese style food such as sesame chicken, general Tso's chicken, beef and broccoli, egg rolls, spring rolls, and the proverbial fried rice and lo mein offerings. I sampled each of the above (save for the egg rolls and spring rolls). The food lacked any sort of flavor, whatsoever. The chicken dishes tasted very bland. The beef and broccoli tasted as if it was re-heated. When I tried the string beans, I felt as if I was eating rubber bands.
I went for a second plate, hoping I just grabbed the wrong foods and that something else must be more flavorful...unfortunately I was wrong again. I took a chance and tried the flounder, and was thoroughly disappointed.
I threw my napkin on my plate and requested my check...too scared to try the sushi. This is a place I will not return to.