I just went in last weekend with my friends and was pleasantly surprised by the new renovations the restaurant went under. They knocked down an entire wall to expand the dining area and replaced the old food line with a brand new/longer one. The facelift makes the restaurant much more inviting and gives a relaxed atmosphere.
As for the food, they serve your usual staples like fried rice, lo mein, beef w/ broccoli, teriyaki chicken, sweet and sour, etc. It varys with the day of the week you go in. My favorite is the beef with broccoli and teriyaki chicken. It is the best I have tasted! They also offer an ala carte menu if you are not in the mood for a buffet. Overall, I think the food is great and reasonably priced. For the buffet, lunch is $5 on weedays while dinner is $5.25. Weekend buffet is $5.25 all day. Aside from the buffet, the ala carte prices range anywhere from $1-$8. This place is great for your hour-long lunch break when you need good food and quick service. If you do not have the time to sit down, they have take-out as well. They let you build your own take-out box now, which is great if you like your food a specific way. Or if you do not feel like making it yourself, they put it together for you. They have a good variety of food for adults AND children. If you have kids who are picky eaters, they will definitely eat up the fried chicken wings, french fries, onion rings and ice cream. I go here all the time so I know the food and the owners. They are really nice / friendly people and have owned the place for about 10 years. This place is not mainstream or a major chain - you can actually meet the owners and have a personal experience while you are there. I like this place for its great food and casual atmosphere. Definitely check it out if you are ever in the area!
And in response to Ken S, that yellow sauce is not melted cheese, it is gravy for the egg fu yung. I asked the owners and they told me lots of people assume its cheese, even though the consistency of the sauce is completely different. I tried it and it tastes good with the egg fu yung. One of my friends even likes pouring it all over his fried rice. But that is him. Everyone has their preferences! Enjoy!
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