Remember .. it's a buffet, so the first thing you must observe .. how many people are eating when you enter. If there are only a handful, then my recommendation is to leave. Why? Because a buffet needs to constantly provide fresh food, which would occur if there is a crowd eating. My experience was on a Wednesday evening, with only few couples eating. The sushi was dried out, from sitting for long periods, and the Sushi Chef made no attempt to replace them. The hot food trays offer a variety of items, but again, they were overcooked from staying in the heated trays. The price was reasonable, but if the meal was poor, then the value goes downward as well. My experience with "Buffet's" ranges from poor to great, always dependent on the turnover of fresh food.
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