Top of China Buffet
2010 Oddie Blvd, Sparks, NV 89431
Fax: (775) 355-9999
Cuisines: Buffets, Asian, Caterers, Family Style, Seafood, Chinese
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
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I ate here this morning and the server told us we are losing profit because you guys are wasting food.Well I get what she said but you are not supposed to say that to the costumer.Because you are kind of offending the costumer and if you want the costumer to keep coming back your not supposed to say that.Plus the food was terrible and tasteless and they charged a lot.I highly recommend to never eat there because the service is very bad and the food is terrible and dry.
This was horrable. The food was dried out & tasteless. We went in for dinner & what we had was the leftover lunch. We were charged $27.00 dollars for 2 people. We will never ever eat at this place again. What was even worse, They didn't care how we felt. We told the guy how disapointed we were & he didn't care one bit. If I could give this place -- stars I would.
Advertises, 'Largest Buffet Selection In Town' 'Over 120 Items Prepared Fresh Daily' 'Lunch Buffet 11am - 4pm Monday through Thursday $7.99' All of these statements are false! Was at one time one of my favorite places in town, I was very disappointed.
This new management obviously has not been to other buffets in town, The food was definitely not fresh, you could taste the staleness in all of the appetizer type items. The only thing I found fresh was some melons and they were too fresh, meaning not ripe. All of the meats looked and tasted the same, just different labels. The sushi is nasty!! has the consistency of frozen sushi, and the raw fish was discolored and dried out. There were items like Mussels and fish that were over watery and the only explanation for this is that it was previously frozen.
Mongolian Style Buffet?? There is a section with what appears to be dried meats and a bunch of veggies floating in water, there was nobody manning the Mongolian BBQ so I was unable to try it out.
The advertised price is $7.99, but upon entry their prices are listed as $8.49, you pay around $2 for a drink, but there is a limited amount of choices of beverage.
This is definitely on my DO NOT GO list.