You must eat here with the right expectations. The wait was reasonable, around 10 minutes. Many of the sushi rolls are made with shrimp tempura, or more like tempura tempura. They all taste the same. The Chinese section is decent, with the steak leading the way. Many people were devouring the crab legs, but it's not my thing. Sir Fry stations are ok, and the desserts seem like they are out of a store bought box. But what do you expect?, it's a buffet. Make sure you have plenty of toilet paper at home before you venture here.
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