Quick Summary: Low Quality Cold Food in a Dismal Atmosphere
We arrived at 7PM on a Tuesday, hungry and curious. and they just open ,
- cold food: Many of the menu items were lukewarm, or actually cold to the tongue.
- poor hygiene: I saw a worker rubbing their nose as they were replacing food on the line. Maybe it's not a big deal...But then I see another employee doing the same thing. And finally, one of the "servers" (as such, at a buffet) was picking his nose while standing around talking to another employee. I felt that I was in environment where all the employees had a cold and didn't wash their hands. Just a feeling.
- bland and tasteless: The General Chicken was sickly sweet, no spice. The Lo Mein tasted like nothing.
- food mixing: This is a pet peeve of mine. I shouldn't find bits of lettuce clinging to the Chow Mein, or the occasional chunk of chicken in the vegetable dish. It's a sign of general sloppiness - a lack of awareness in the kitchen. Cleanliness is not far off.
I could go on, but by this point I'm hopeful that you'll take my word for it and avoid this restaurant like the plague. Other users have referred to this as a "price point" buffet, but I think it's much worse. A price point buffet, to me, means medium quality at a reasonable price. That's what I walked in expecting. Instead, this was very low quality overall.
A final point: As I asked for the check, the server asked if everything was okay. She didn't seem to expect a response, so when I said "No", she didn't seem to hear me or process it. I then said "The food was cold". Her response? "Try Hibachi."
Stay away or you'll regret it