Warning: it's not really all you can eat. They also like to write over what you decide to tip them on your receipt and make it to their standards. The food isn't even that great.
This restaurant has the largest selection of items I have ever seen at a Chinese buffet. Food is fresh, hot, and cooked just right. Service is excellent and very attentive. The prices are reasonable for what they offer. Two thumbs way up.
Great variety. Food very tasty. Sushi was varied. Most ok. Hibschi grill is excellent. Lo mein very good
Positives: My wife loved the eggrolls. Also, no one got sick.Negatives: The lettuce was torn up too large for a salad, and only ranch dressing was offered. Also, there was no tartar sauce. The sweet and sour was severely watered down. The crab Rangoon had no crab, according to my wife. The waitress was poorly trained and spoke terrible English. We arrived for a late lunch and paid $35 for four, tip not included. After 4 p.m. the buffet's prices went up another $5.50 per person. Only crawfish and crab were additionally offered after 4. I was informed that if I wanted to eat the new buffet items I would be required to pay the extra fee --- a first in 60 years of dining experiences. I doubt my family and I will return.
They charged us for water. also didnt have much to choose from. The food tasted like its been there for hours nasty.