The selection of food items is extensive. The food is always fresh and served hot. My favorite is egg drop soup which is very tasty. I also order lemon pepper wings which are always freshly cooked. The lady who takes our order knows our order, no matter how many weeks it has been since we came last. The price is quite reasonable. I recommend this restaurant. They also take phone orders. Owner is very personable!
I picked up my order. The Sesame Chicken was good and fresh because I ordered it without sesame seeds but the fried rice and egg roll were terrible. The rice was dry and probably off the buffet and had been there all day and the egg roll was refried, hard, and dry...both inedible. I could only eat chicken.
The food was very good. The owners are friendly and I will definitely be going back. The General Tso chicken was very good.
Great food! I am an Asian and my opinion means a lot! This is the best Chinese food in Carrollton, and I highly recommende this place! They deliver too!!! The girls were very nice, very satisfied with my order and definitely will be back!
Portions are plentiful, chef was energetic and added flare to the show. Best hibachi around in my opinion.
The food was good but the owner cathy is very rude and pushy. Food was overpriced for portion size. Would not recommend
We love the food and the staff were very prompt and very nice. Great prices. We had an amazing time. We will be back, that's for sure.
This place is a nice break from the havoc at the UWG dorms, the food is not only fantastic they give you plenty of it. This place definitely deserves a 5/5.
I have been here several times and always thought the food was good until now. I ordered chicken wings and several pieces were not cooked. I told my waitress that they were not cooked. She apologized then at the end of my meal, they were still on my ticket. I told her I had rather not pay for them since they were still bloody in the middle. Then Cathy Ho came over and said she would cook me more. I said I do not want more. I am done eating. She said she would cook me more, but would not take them off my check. I told her no thanks, I have already eaten some raw chicken here tonight and would rather not take a chance on eating any more. I explained that I eat here often and always tip 20% and I am not sure why she would want a customer in the community telling people that not only were they served raw chicken, but they were forced to pay for it as well. Now, I am just sitting at home hoping I do not get sick from this. I have never encountered anything like this. She never apologized or anything. I could care less about $6.00. She acted like I was trying to rip her off even though she pulled the chicken out of the garbage and agreed that they were bloody and raw in the center.
Today we went there for Sunday lunch buffet with our sons grown sons and our grandson. From the beginning we had some pretty bad issues. We arrived around 1:30, it wasn't really busy, after lunch. We promptly gave our drink order and went to the buffet. First off, I order unsweetened tea and sweeten it with Splenda, etc. I always have to ask several times for sweetener. When my son's drink arrived, it had a bug or gnat floating in it. After several attempts to get the waitresses attention, he approaches her with the issue. He simply asked for another glass of tea. Right then I wish we would have simply walked out. Instead of getting him a new glass, the waitress dumps his glass out, refills it with ice and tea and brings it to the table Gross with a capitol G. Hhe states to her "You didn't give me a new glass." Her reply "oh should I have?" IT HAD A BUG IN IT, DUH!She gets him a new glass, all the while AGAIN forgetting my sweetener. My husband picks up a plate, fills it with food, only to discover the plate was dirty. As we are eating, we are overlooked several times, but non of us wanting to make a scene, we finish our meal, tip the waitress, pay the check and leave.Most places have good days and bad days, but it is what you do to correct the situation that counts. I then realize it is not fair to not let the manager know, so he could possibly fix the issues. I was not looking for a freebie, because I am grossed out of the place and do not wish to eat there again, free meal or not. I get home and call back up there. It was mid afternoon and not a busy time. I get the manager on the phone, start to tell him what had just happened. After being put on hold, I again explain what happened and he was a total jerk about the whole event. He even went as far as to accuse me of not telling the truth, wow. Had I been a manger, I certainly would want to know if my wait staff was acting in such a manner.I may be picky, but in this situation, I highly doubt it.