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Huangs King Buffet Inc

Buffet Restaurants, Chinese Restaurants, Restaurants
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Cuisines: Buffets, Asian, Chinese


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This place is very nice and variety and quality of food is surprisingly good for the price of only $8.99 per person+drink. The service was great too and I can honestly say that we really enjoyed the overall experience there. We will surely come back for more!!!!



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I stopped in with a colleague tonight at about 8pm. The food was terrible. Dry, old, plain nasty. I thought there was a time limit on how long stuff can be left in steam trays, but it doesn't seem to apply here. My colleague tried the sushi which had no seafood in it and he said it was inedible and the wasaabi tasted terrible.

My biggest regret was going to the co-ed bathroom which has 4 foot high stalls made of plywood and doors that don't close properly. Smashed toilet lids which have been glued back together and holes in the walls covered with cloth to hide holes. Cringe is an understatement. I don't know what standard of construction is required in this state, but if this passed then then the building inspector needs a new seeing eye dog.

The right hand steam trays which appear to be closest to the kitchen were shrouded in a smell that I could neither identify, nor wanted to, but was stomach churningly bad to the point of finishing my appetite.

We paid and got the heck out of there and I've spent the rest of the evening hoping I don't get sick. So far I'm ok.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Beyond disappointment

My roommate and I walked in and were greeted by a man who waved us over to a table while he was talking on his cell phone. He whispered ""drink?"" as to not disturb his phone conversation which he was still having.

We went for the food. We arrived at 7:45pm and they don't close until 10pm. Many items were empty--you could see remnants of sauce, but no food which highly limited our selections. The sweet and sour sauce had a film on top and the consistency of toothpaste. The food I did get, from rice, to beef, to chicken, to appetizers, to desserts were ALL stale. I wasn't expecting the food to be hot even, but was hoping for something that wasn't stale...ALL of the food was STALE.

With the exception of the noodles. The noodles were hot--I ate the noodles.

Not once did they ask how the food was. They filled my roommates drink with coke once and then forgot about us. The man who checked us out (the one on the phone) was now engrossed in a book. He did say thank you as we left so that's a positive I guess.

If you would like the worst service and food ever (I did not get food poisoning though so you could argue it wasn't that bad), eat at King Buffet. Definitely our worst experience in Roswell.



Provided by Citysearch - 
dont believe all internet bashing!

we too arrived at aprox. 910 pm the staff was very helpful to put out fresh items and yes did say that they close at 10 pm. that is why when I asked...they said it was near closing time.MY DINING EXPERIENCE WAS FAR ABOVE ANY BUFFET IVE VISITED.chicken veggies seafood desserts all very tasty..a special thanks to Jenny the owner. very kind and willing to go the extra mile. CUDOS! .......I rate it a 4 +



Provided by Citysearch - 
Not great

OK selection but I went for dinner and the food tasted like it had been on the buffet line since lunch.



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Diners Beware

Where do I begin? Well I'll start with the food that had apparently sat out several hours before we arrived. It was cold, dry and visibly unappealing. Some items were simply gone from the bar. We were hastened to quickly retrieve any ""desired"" items, as they were preparing to close and it was only 9:15. They closed at 10:00. At 9:25, a bunch of staff members hastened to the bar and began removing every item.
The crab legs were flavorless, tasting as if they had boiled ALL day. Our meal was disturbed as the owner/manager, waiters and bus boys carted in groceries through the front door. The worse part is that my husband and I both felt horribly (stomach upset, terrible headache) about 45 minutes after eating there. It was amazing to see the staff more adamant about getting patrons to feel uncomfortable and leave. While we were dining, they turned away three different sets of customers, asking them and I quote, ""Why did you come so late, we're finished cooking for the night."", It was only 8:50. There is simply not enough room to describe this unprepared, poorly managed restaurant.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Maybe it's because it was a Tuesday...

I really don't like writing bad reviews but honestly, this had to be the worst Chinese buffet I've ever been to. Maybe, since it was a Tuesday, they had a lot of leftovers from a slow Monday. The popular items were good: Sesame Chicken, various rice and noodle dishes, ... However, the bbq chicken was dry and cold, as if it had been sitting on the buffet all day the previous day. The steamed oysters were cold. The stuffed oysters were dry and cold. Even the spring rolls were cold. The sushi fell apart when I picked it up because it was stuck to the dish that it had probably been sitting on for a couple of days. In my opinion, this is one of those places that gives buffets a bad rap!



Provided by Citysearch - 
Best Chinese Buffet in Atlanta

This is a great buffet. It is good-sized (about 8 rows of dishes), and they are always busy which is critical for a buffet (constant food turnover = fresh food). They have lots of seafood including crab legs (they will give you a cracker if you ask for one, another plus - some buffets stay cracker-less to keep you from eating too many), peel'n'eat shrimp, oysters, etc., as well as a great variety of chinese entrees and appetizers. Desserts are standard american fare (few cakes, brownies, fruit, soft-serve ice cream). Downsides are the sushi (included in the buffet) wasn't great, and consequently was sitting around for a while. The place is also so big that if its very busy you could end up quite a trek from the buffett. Its also a dollar or two more than other buffets around ($9 or $10 for dinner), but its worth it.

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