I was first impressed with the decor. It is very calming and simple. It's a very peaceful place to dine. All the music was from the 1970's. Nothing loud or fast paced.
The buffet is well laid out. I didn't try the Mongolian grill option, only the buffet.
My husband alwasy judges a restaurant by their wonton soup. He said the soup on the buffet was close to perfection. The wontons were firm and the broth tasty.
The fried rice has excellent flavor and texture. The crab rangoon was the best I've tasted in a long time. It was the perfect combination of crab and cream cheese flavors. The wrappers were nice and crispy.
I had a sampling of chicken and pork and all were delicious. I like my General Tso chicken spicy and theirs was just the right amout of heat.
The lunch tab came to just over $20 for the two of us. A little more pricy that other Asian restaurants in the area but not enough to really make price a decision maker.
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