I took my family to this place at my wife's request. I don't eat sushi, but they had some. I can't say whether it's good. But, judging by the buffet, everything seemed to be subpar. The General's chicken was tough to chew and lacked any real chunks of meat. It had no crunch. It was just chewy mush. I hoped to find some of the meatballs that you'll find in a Chinese restaurant. They didn't have them. The egg rolls were supposed to have pork in them, but I never tasted nor saw a bit of meat. The fried dumplings were horrible. My wife spit out one of their stuffed mushrooms. I spit out a hunk of a cream puff that seemed stale and flavorless. I also had a piece of apple pie that had no flavor and a crust that was orange, a sweet bun that was just a fried biscuit with no sugar coating it, etc., etc. I did enjoy the egg custard. They also had a carving station with ham and prime rib or roast beef. Since it was supposed to be Chinese fare, I didn't hit the carving station. But I wish I had. My guess is that their hunks of meat have as much flavor as the rest of their food. But at least I can expect it to taste like actual food. What's puzzling is that Chinese food is made with some incredible flavors, but I didn't taste any of that in the stuff I ate. I could toss some chicken in sesame oil and add noodles and veggies in the wok at home and have something that is more like real Chinese food. And that's just sad, don't you think?
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