Lot's of negative comments below, but if you pick your visit time carefully and like seafood, you're going to love this place.
WHEN TO GO: Go for lunch. The price hovers around $10 and if you arrive 11:30'ish or a little earlier, there's plenty of everything.
WHEN NOT TO GO: Dinner. Price is significantly higher for the same fare. Additionally, while you stand in the typical nearly "out the door" line, there is a constant stream of Asian folk that are somehow allowed to cut the line and proceed directly to the buffet. I think what goes on, is that one person comes early and pre-pays for many, so when the others arrive, they go right to the head of the line during the most crowded times of the evening. On our visits here, we no longer go to Peter Pan during the evening due to this practice being allowed by the management.
THE FOOD: As I said above, the prepared Chinese buffet fare is typical, but Peter Pan has a fresh vegatable and fruit station, plus they will prepare a hot pot meal while you wait. They also have a sushi station that produces fresh non-fancy sushi rolls (tuna, salmon rolls, etc).
The seafood stands out; no question. Shrimp, crab, fish and more. Great stuff.
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