Fantastic Japanese buffet, which you don't see very often. The way they pull it off is that the food is made in small quantities and refilled often so it ends up being fresher than most buffets you'll come across (and of course better). They have mostly Japanese (including Habachi and a WIDE range of creative sushi: salmon, tuna, eel, white fish, tempura, veg., in addition to more complex rolls) and also above average Chinese (plus some continental too). Superb dessert and ice cream selection as well.
There isn't station after station like you see at some other megabuffets, but frankly, that's not what you want. I'd rather have the food be fresh and made with a little care. Having said it's not huge, there are about 30/40 items for you to choose from in addition to a very solid salad bar. There's plenty of food.
Some of the reviews here are hilarious. No matter how great a buffet is, you never go right before they close. Everybody should know that.