When I went to this Fortune’s Chinese Restaurant I was hoping for great food and good service but NO. The food taste awful and the people speak very little English or none. They don’t even try to smile or say hi. The food is always the same and they don’t even like fresh. I was hoping they wound gave a better quality than that. So now I had found a different Chinese Restaurant and won’t be back to the Fortune anymore. PS: The Price isn’t worth the food. Don’t come to this Restaurant because you are going to regret it. The People and Food Sucks!!!! :-( I AM NOT KIDDING! If you don’t believe me go see for yourself.
Loved the food, it was great! We had a double birthday party there and we all had a good time. They were willing to do so much for us and even let us bring in Ice Cream and they kept it in the freezer for us. Oh yes, we also brought in our own cake. It was the Best Chinese food I have had in a long time!
The items on the buffet were not very appetising or fresh. Most of the dishes that were cooked in a sauce were way too watery and lacked in any real flavor. The fried rice was stale and poor in flavor. We ordered a fresh vegetable fried rice and it came out nearly 20 minutes later and tasted burnt. The only item that was at all good on the buffet was the fried shrimp and the fried biscuits. The only way this food is cheap is if you take out from the buffet during lunch. From now on I'll be going elsewhere. The waitress was rude.
Its your generic nice and cheap Chinese buffet but the waiters are always nice and the food is usually pretty fresh. I do wish they had more variety, especially vegetarian. They are generally pretty good about custom making dishes to suit your tastes. I hope they could some day do free delivery and stay open till 10:30 pm. A good value for your money. I would recommend there $ 1 takeout. You get 2 servings of anything from the buffet to take out for just a dollar.
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