Lisa's Kitchen has made a great home out of an old Quincy's Restaurant. It is a buffet mostly Asian but also has a section of American Cuisine and a nice Salad Bar. The only complaint I could come up with is that they have more of a Seafood emphasis on Friday and Saturday Evenings with Crab Legs and a higher price and since we don't care for them, we try to make our visit at other times. The staff is friendly and attentive, seldom does my glass get less than half without them asking if I would like more and I think since we have been there so often he knows I will need a refill and just brings a pitcher with Diet Pepsi in it over. The food is usually kept refilled and I have never had a bad experience with any of it. Most visits there will be at least one table that knows everyone's name and does not even need to give a drink order because they have a favorite table and their favorite drinks are known. It isn't a large buffet but plenty of items and choices. There is the Salad table, One with fruits, cold mixtures with fruit and most recently a tiny section of sushi. One and half tables of Asian and one of American choices. Two sometimes three soups, and a few dessert choices including soft serve ice cream. There is always plenty of room to sit. Someone there is very gifted with origami and has some displays, around the check out. I also see some folks who come and fix a to go box. The prices are reasonable. It is also a usually a quiet place to sit, talk and enjoy a meal.
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