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Ming's Buffet

Lin's Buffet

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

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Alcohol: Beer, Wine

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

Cuisine: chinese

Price Range : Average


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David K.



Awesome foods. We go there at least twice a week. There is a lot of selections. One of the best in Concord. The freshly cut pineapples and the water melons are always cold,sweet and cut right. The Broccoli beef is awesome for my low calory diet :)



Buffet City

Great place to take the family, prices are reasonable and you can eat all you want. A great selection of different cuisins to choose from.



Provided by Citysearch - 
low quality of food with extremely rude staff

It's true that they have many varieties, however, the food is barely edible. They are extremely greasy and everything is covered with a thick layer of deep fried batter. The seafood is not fresh and you can certainly tell. the sushi is really bad and I was afraid to eat them because they look like they've been out there for days. Besides the horrifying food, the service is way beyond acceptable. I don't expect a 5 star service at an Asian buffet, however, our waitress was just extremely rude and disrespectful.. Her attitude is the worst i've ever seen in my entire life. At the end, with that kind of attitude, she was still expecting a big tip. All I can say is to stay away and go somewhere else.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Great Seafood (when it's full)

This place is not much to look at. It's more like ""pack them in and push them out."" If you like seafood, this is a good place for the money if you can ""put up"" with the occasional rude patron. You have the typical ""selfish patrons"" who hoard certain foods (a.k.a. crab legs, roast duck, etc.). So if the staff can keep up, there generally is no issues. Shrimp, calamari, mussels, crab legs, basic sushi, Mongolian BBQ are the major fairs. The restaurant is self labeled ""Seafood, Chinese, and Italian with over 168 items every day"". They usually have some form of pasta and usually roast beef. The last time I was there, they has leg of lamb too. Prices have recently risen, so not as good a value as they once were. Dinner for 2 and drinks (no alcoholic drinks, but available) costs about $30 including tip

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