The restaurant is closed and there is a "for lease" sign on the building. Won't miss it one bit. Royalicious is in this shopping center. Good bagels and sandwiches.
This restaurant offers a large buffet, with at least 100 kinds of food. Some of them are good, some dont taste very good, and sometimes some of them appear to have been under the heat lights for too many hours. It is a place to stuff yourself quickly, but you might well have a belly ache later on. At least... More
I ate too much food at the Jumbo Buffet. Everything was laid out and you pick what you want to eat. Meals are around $20-$30 dollars for couples, $50 - $70 for a family of four. The food smells wonderful.
I wasn't thrilled with the Jumbo Buffet. If you are allergic to seafood, or if you are looking for GOOD Chinese food, then I do not recommend eating here. The level of cleanliness is just okay, and the food has a "purchased in bulk and re-heated" kind of flavor. Not my favorite, and I won't go back.
The service was down right awful. The food was worst. Cold, tasteless and unappealing! Presentation of your establishment, personnel training and overall experience is what a business strives for. I have never been in a Chinese restaurant from one end of the United States to the other, that charged $6.30 for four coffee cups of hot tea. The tea was... More
We pulled over for dinner on a road trip and we were very glad we did. "Jumbo buffet" accurately describes the large and varied buffet they have: mostly a wide variety of Chinese dishes, with a few Western items (e.g. cheese pizza). Everything we ate was tasty and well prepared. I am vegetarian (the rest of my group eats meat)... More
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