Sorry to report that although the wait staff were very pleasant and attentive, and the tables & layout bright and cheery, the food just isn't good. As other commentators have noted, they have an enormous choice of items; perhaps that's the problem! It might be better to stock fewer dishes, but to keep them piping hot, replenished and freshened. We tried the numerous variations on chicken - sesame, orange, Japanese, glazed, and so on - but they all tasted (and felt in the mouth) the same. The rice was crunchy because it had dried out, whereas the noodles were slimy and too soft. I could go on, but the problem was systemic, so what's the point? This place could have a bright future; they are nice people, and it's seems a clean facility. But unless you can compete with 1st class buffets like Joy Luck (Maplewood/Brentwood) that are continually re-filling, stirring and emptying serving dishes, a buffet business model may not be successful. Try out something new, Hibachi - how about flame-grilled meats & seafood? You have the space, and precious little competition.
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