This place is full of giggly waitresses who like to point and stare at foreigners. If you can get past this (and call them out in Chinese), you will probably enjoy it even more the second and third time. It's all you can eat and drink, so it's a good opportunity to try new food. The manager seems like a hard-working lady, and she tries to keep the ship running smoothly.
We weren't too happy, though, when we brought a large group with us for a birthday party and they didn't try to accommodate us. Even though we'd called ahead and made reservations, they still only provided one chEF for us, and our group was more than 15 people. This meant service was slow, people were hungry and orders got lost. I wouldn't recommend for large groups.
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