Review: V & P China Garden

Review: V & P China Garden

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NO MORE

United States

#1 Sep 30, 2011
We are a group of 6 who eat out in Georgetown every Friday. We decided to try this newest buffet in town today and to say we were disappointed would be putting it mildly. Not only was the food bland and mediocre but this buffet had the nerve to charge us a 15% gratuity on our meal due to the large size of our group. Normally a mandatory gratuity is charged on parties of 8 or more but 6 at a lunch buffet? Give me a break!!!!!
Learned our lesson on this one for sure!
Nope

Cedar Park, TX

#2 Sep 30, 2011
Use to be good but since I realized it smells like feet in there I just can't make myself go inside. Food correlates to smell.
Victor

Austin, TX

#3 Dec 13, 2011
This place is completely remodeled, clean and new.
Quality and service is our commitment.
I am not sure why you said that but be fair please.
Victor

Austin, TX

#4 Dec 13, 2011
NO MORE wrote:
We are a group of 6 who eat out in Georgetown every Friday. We decided to try this newest buffet in town today and to say we were disappointed would be putting it mildly. Not only was the food bland and mediocre but this buffet had the nerve to charge us a 15% gratuity on our meal due to the large size of our group. Normally a mandatory gratuity is charged on parties of 8 or more but 6 at a lunch buffet? Give me a break!!!!!
Learned our lesson on this one for sure!
I apologize that our wait staff charged 15% gratuity but many restaurant charge 10 to 15% on party of 5 or more.
Never Again

Pflugerville, TX

#5 Feb 20, 2012
I give this place three months at most to survive. As you walk in the door you can tell this place is on a shoe string budget. I was with a party of four for a Sunday Buffet and we all agreed never again. The quality of the food leaves a lot to be desired, almost everything is fried with no real flavor except for your tasting of the oil they use. If you love the taste of oil get the spring rolls. Oh one more thing, the napkins they use are like using toilet paper on your face.
victor

Georgetown, TX

#6 Jun 24, 2012
Never Again wrote:
I give this place three months at most to survive. As you walk in the door you can tell this place is on a shoe string budget. I was with a party of four for a Sunday Buffet and we all agreed never again. The quality of the food leaves a lot to be desired, almost everything is fried with no real flavor except for your tasting of the oil they use. If you love the taste of oil get the spring rolls. Oh one more thing, the napkins they use are like using toilet paper on your face.
Thank you for your feedbak but obviously your comments are not valid.
we will be here to serve our custoners with quality food and services

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