Pretty typical in terms of a Chinese Buffet. The only difference is they will grill orders for your fresh and they have a sushi buffet as well. The sushi seemed fresh. As for the grill, they didn't have much in terms of flavoring sauces so I just went with the food already grilled. It was all decent but again, nothing I wouldn't normally expect at a Chinese Buffet. The meal ended with the option of getting dessert... which included about 9 varieties of hard ice cream. I was impressed. It doesn't take much to please me and that was a nice touch over the soft serve twist cone. Seems like good value for what you pay but at $10 or so a plate, you get what you pay for.
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