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New Town Supper Buffet

New Town Super Buffet

Buffet Restaurants, Chinese Restaurants, Asian Restaurants, Restaurants
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Parking: Lot

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Buffets, Asian, Chinese

Alcohol: No

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Average


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This place has been renovated so many times but still looks the same to me. You can have them cook noodles in front of you. Just add meat, seafood and/or veggies. They've hired a Hispanic speaking customer service which is unusual for a place like this which I believe is a good idea. Their price is a little bit cheaper than the other Chinese buffet around the area. Some of the food are greasy. Service is rude at times. Parking is shared with Ralphs.



Good Food But....

I like the food at the New Town Buffet but what ruins our visits is I feel like we're being rushed. I would enjoy my visits there but I don't feel comfortable. The waiters/waitresses don't smile or make you feel like you're even wanted there. They are like robots, take our money and want us to eat, get out so they can get more patrons in. I know they keep an eye open to make sure patrons don't take food home because it is an all you can eat buffet. We don't over stay because I know they are out to make money, it is a business but come on.....we need time to eat and talk during our meals. I don't like to be rushed especially during my meals, period. I hope the read this so maybe we can continue eating there and walk out feeling we spent our money and got our monies worth...



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Crab, Crab, Crab!

This restaurant is trying to be the #1 Chinese seafood buffet in the country and they are well on their way. The only better I have been to is on Market street in San Francisco. It is not that the food tasted any better in San Francisco... but it was presented better with some dishes being served in giant seashells and a well polished and uniformed staff both in front and behind the house. Lunch is an great value at $8.95 but dinner has snow crab, blue crab, crawfish, and a heavenly tasting catfish in a buttery ginger brine that takes one's imagination to far away lands, all for only $13.95. Southerners be aware that the iced tea here leaves a great deal to be desired at this point in their evolution.

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