Great food with unbelievable variety. The have many prepared dishes and also a hibachi grill that will make to order
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We saw a big group of people leaving when we came in for lunch on Sunday.. so it doesn't make sense that the food was not fresh. They had pretzels and cheese puffs on the food bar, the kind you buy in bags at the supermarket.. never saw that before. The meat had a lot of gristle and fat.. and the hot wings were sweet.. strange. My group of six left here feeling a bit nauseous.. and both of my teenagers had stomach problems when we got home. No one came to take our drink order but yelled across the room asking what we wanted (we sat in the back room).. she never ever came to the table to pick up any plates or to give us refills, we got our own. We are absolutely not restaurant snobs so to speak, but this was rediculous. Hibachi Grill could be delicious.. but they missed it on Sunday.
Some items were dried out from being on the buffet too long but if you have the time and patience to keep an eye out as to when they replenish certain items you can make a good meal out of your visit at a very reasonable price.
The best chinese restaurant I've been to so far.I don't know how they do it but everything is always awesome! The place is always packed. Super super big thumbs up to these guys!
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.