It’s fun. There’s a great buffet that has lots of ingredients – vegetables of different kinds (9 when we visited, including cabbage, onion, bell pepper, sprouts, corn, carrots, potatoes, celery, green onion and more), pineapple, noodles, different kinds of meat, chicken and fish – more than you can imagine – garnishes and nuts and another selection of sauces and condiments.
You go around and put your choices on a plate, and create your own seasoning in another bowl, take it all to the griddle – a huge round one with a hole in the middle so all the remains can be scraped straight into the fire underneath. Watch the experienced staff toss it with two sword-like tools – and take it to your table. Go for as many rounds as you want. There’s a pot of rice and other side-dishes (a good variety) and a good enough salad bar.
The place is not fancy despite the price. The decor is more like a fast food place than a restaurant, but service was good and quick for drinks and clearing the table.
It is a good place because it is so flexible. Anybody would find food that suits him or her here, nobody leaves hungry. It is also a good way to slowly and gently get acquainted with the local cuisine in its very softened way…
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