We studied several different area Asian restaurants before going here. At first, it was crowded, but thinned out over time. The staff was very accommodating and due to the many patrons, there was a continuous supply of freshly cooked food. Unlike some restaurants out west, they called shrimp, shrimp and did not try to pass them off as prawns. The one "soup" seemed to be the same sauce used in Shrimp in Lobster Sauce at some Asian restaurants. However, even though the buffet was small, everything was deliciously prepared. The price was very reasonable for the area, and we learned that the further south you get from the casino/shopping areas, the less expensive the food.