We're very disappointed at this restaurant and will not visit again. Here is why:
1. We walked in at 5:30 PM which is prime dinner time. However, there was little to no food on the buffet table. The food available looked as if it were sitting there all day.
2. We had to constantly ask the waitresses and cooks to add the food to the buffet table. Other customers were also complaining about the lack of food.
3. The items in the bins for the grill area were totally dried up. They looked more like beef jerky than any food item. We did not dare try the grill.
4. Since there was little to no food, we were hoping to try their ice cream. But the ice cream had been sitting there way too long; full of freezer burn. After we mentioned this to the waitress, she even agreed that it was no good to eat. The waitress claimed she'd have the cooks remove the bad ice cream.
5. There was no sushi displayed in the sushi area. Once again, we had to repeatly request them to make the sushi.
After paying for the meal, we had to settle on eating the free mints we received.
Buffet is pretty good quality with a nice variety and prices are reasonable. I usually get a buffet box to go with a little of everything I like. Don't go by the sushi/japanese menu on their website they only have a very limited roll selection and no sashimi or nigiri. Why they keep a wrong menu on their website is beyond me.
I took a group of 45 boys to this restaurant (unannounced) after a tour of the battlefield. The staff was courteous and efficient and everyone got enough to eat. Several of the students were Taiwanese or Chinese and pronounced the food excellent. When I announced the trip to this year's Junior Class, half of them wanted to know about the great Chinese restaurant the seniors had been talking about. Based on that and my own opinion, this restaurant is great.
I love this restaurant. The decor is that of a more expensive restaurant. Lunch buffet is $5.99 and the lunch I believe stays around $4 something to $5 something if my memory's right. I haven't eaten dinner there but I think it's inexpensive. When I went there the buffet had quite a selection, and the service so far has been excellent. So if you're looking for a great lunch and a really cool atmosphere, then this is the place to go!
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