While I love sushi, my boyfriend would rather either eat chinese food, or at a chinese buffet. We went to this restaurant expecting to be able to try the buffet, and therefore, sample some of their sushi. We were informed that their buffet is for lunch only, and sometimes on wednesday nights. This was after we had already ordered drinks, we really had no choice but to order off the menu. While the restaurant was not busy at all for a Friday night, they had approximately 4 hostesses. Our actual waiter came from the kitchen, and would disappear for ages at a time. There was only one other booth and a table of 4 in the restauant at that time. My boyfriend ordered the chicken fried rice, which he said was good, but rather expensive. I decided to try an order of California and an order of Philadelphia rolls. That set me back about $18.00. When the rolls came out, the salmon in the Philadelphia rolls was so dark, it actually looked like raw beef. The rolls fell apart before you could even get them into your mouth. The cucumber in the California rolls tasted slimy, and the avocado was warm. I was unable to finish my food, because I ended up feeling queasy after eating most of it. I know for certain that we will not eat there again, it was a waste of time and money. We had to cancel our movie plans because I ended up getting sick in the bathroom of the movie theatre. The best sushi restaurant in the tri-state area is Asian Garden in Martinsburg. The sushi is always fresh and delicious-I don't know why I wanted to try someplace else. They have a sushi buffet on sunday, and while pricey, it is well worth it. To be able to try so many different kinds, and to see them making it all day so you know it is fresh is one of the reasons why I highly recommend them. Very nice people, relaxed atmosphere, amazing sushi. Chinatown is terrible, if you want great sushi, go the extra mile to Asian Garden!
We had dinner here recently and were not very impressed. I ordered one dish, my wife another and the kids shared a third. None of them were anything to write home about. The staff were decent, not the best we have ever had and the bill was rather high. We are still looking for a decent chinese place to dine at.
The owners and some staff at this restaurant have been very rude when dining at their restaurant as well as with their deliveries. This was our experience over a period of a year. We have ordered miscellaneous dishes from them and just one of the many times.for example, there was 1 - 2 pieces of shrimp in a mainly shrimp dinner selection. It seemed that over time their service got worse and worse. The last time we dined there, which will be the last time we go there, they were very rude, charged for over price drinks, one of the men working there disagreed with our comment, then shoved a smaller glass in my friend's face, knocking over menu's as he leaned far across the table - very, very rude. We will never go there again and since there is now 1 other new Chinese restaurant in our area that will deliver, we will only order from them. That is our opinion.
We were looking for chinese food and just happened to see this place and decided to give it a shot.
Not only was the food to die for....but the service was some of the best service we have ever had to date. The staff is courteous and kind and very gracious.
The menu offered choices ranging from Thai to Japanese (every Asian combination). So it's not lacking for that.
And the food was absolutely delicious!!!
Like I said I can't wait to go back!
Not only is the buffet better than the average, with good quality sushi and a range of entrees and dim sum, but asking the owner, Ming, for something special yields unique dishes comparable to any in DC's Chinatown. This may be a Hong Kong style noodle soup, stuffed tofu, whole fresh fish prepared any number of ways, or one of his newer dishes brought back from a recent trip to Bali.
MY FAMILY WAS THERE ON 2/18 AND WE COULD NOT GET WAITED ON!!!! WE STOOD FOR 1 1/2 HRS. TO GET A TABLE AND WHEN WE DID THEY REFUSED TO WAIT ON US---WAITERS WERE ARGUING WHO HAS OUR TABLE AND DECIDED NO ONE WOUL WAIT ON US.
I AM WRITING TO THE WINCHESTER STAR ABOUT THIS EXPERIENCE AND HOW CAN YOU REFUSE TO WAIT ON CUSTOMERS? IS THAT NOT SOME FORM OF DIS-CRIMINATION? MR. HENKLE OF HENKLE HARRIS FURNITURE WAS AT THE TABLE BESIDE US AND THEY HAD NO TROUBLE WAITING ON THEM?
WE HAVE ALWAYS LOVED TO GO TO THIS PLACE FOR DINNER BUT NOW WILL NEVER STEP FOOT IN THE PLACE AND WILL TE LL OTHER REGULARS OF THE EXPERIENCE AS I KNOW A BUNCH OF PEOPLE THAT FREQUENT THIS ESTABLISHMENT.
ON TOP OF ALL OF THAT WE ASKED TO SPEAK TO THE MANAGER AND HE REFUSED TO COME OUT ? WHAT A JOKE!!!!
I DO NOT KNOW IF MING STILL OWNS THIS RESTAURANT BUT YOU NEED ALL NEW STAFF IN THE FRONT AREA!!!
I just discovered this little gem several weeks ago and have been back several times since. The luncheon buffet is excellent and I have had the sweet and sour spareribs which were marvelous. Everything I have had there has been of the highest quality.
One of the few really good restaurants in the Winchester area.I travel to Winchester twice a year and stay for a few weeks at a time so good restaurants are important. Tried it for the first time on the last trip and was pleasently surprised. Will definitely be back next visit.If your in Berryville,VA try Battletown Inn- same ownership and just as good.