The restaurant was spacious, clean, and had a pleasant atmosphere. When I went there it was 12 noon and they were just opening the buffet. Restaurant Sino has a large & comprehensive menu (in German & French), but they seem to emphasize their buffet during lunch and dinner, which takes place every day. The lunch buffet is 8.90 euros, and dinner buffet 15.90 euros at the time of writing in September 2013. The buffet is half price for kids until 1.40 p.m.
The buffet was also very comprehensive. I would say it is mostly Chinese food though they say it has also Vietnamese, Thai & Japanese. There was some sushi so it covers the claim for having Japanese food, and I think there was one Thai-like curry, which I did not taste. It is also possible there was some item Vietnamese as well, but as I said before it was mostly Chinese.
The buffet had something for everybody though: soups, salad, appetizers (mostly deep fried), many meat dishes, some vegetables, and also desserts. The restaurant has a full bar with wine from France and Germany, draft beer and bottled beer, hard liquor, and of course soft drinks and hot drinks.
On the regular menu I did not see a section on Thai or Japanese, but there were many Chinese varieties that might come close to the food from other places. The menu also had a section for kids’ meals.
The food tasted ok, but I would not say that it was one of the greatest Chinese meals I have had. Many dishes were too salty for my taste, but you may not necessarily find it so. China restaurant Sino is certainly a place to go if you have a big appetite!
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