This buffet was exactly what I expected. Large, open, dining room with 4 long rows of seven 4 tops slid together. Booths alongside the walls. Dirty palm frond patterned commercial carpeting throughout. The pungent, uniquely Asian, odor that steps right up and punches you in the face when you first walk in. The dirt still splattered on the walls alongside the booths (see another reviewer's comments). The tables though, were all clean, as were the buffet areas.
The wait staff was attentive.
For me though, an Asian buffet is all about the vast variety of foods. There was the sushi bar with a dozen different rolls from which to choose. An abundance of sauces to satisfy every craving, on-fire hot to mild.
Notice that it's the variety, not the quality, of the food that draws me to a buffet. This is not the $45 buffet at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. This lunch cost me $11.06, including drink, tax and fortune cookie.
The variety satisfied me. Almost endless choices of beef, chicken, fish (including baked Salmon, which was moist and not bad), vegetables and desserts.
Of course, many of the foods were bland, but with the many sauces, they were brought back to life.
Since I'm adventurous, I get to try sardines, Chinese vegetables and various desserts without spending an arm and both legs.
Bottom line: If you're looking for an inexpensive way to try different Asian foods, this is a great place to do so. Besides, you get used to the smell and don't even notice it after about 5 minutes.
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