The problem with buffets is one of diminishing returns and Super China Buffet is no exception whatsoever. When a place tries to offer the widest array of food possible for any price, what ends up occurring is a middling experience at best. But there is no best to Super China Buffet.
If anything, you can drop the "Super", because the place is anything but with a grimy interior and overblown prices that will leave you wondering why you shelled out for such cuisine in the first place. The "China" is justified because, realistically, there is some Asian food found amidst the cluttered, grotesquely disconcerting offerings. Whether or not there is anything redeeming, or worth eating at all, is a difficult decision to weigh. But, honestly, there isn't.
As with most places that feel the need to put "Buffet" in the name of their locale, the overall offering is mediocre at best, but will most likely result in leaving full of regret. To say that you should avoid this terrible place sounds like hyperbole, but feels like a bit of an understatement.
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