Not much to report:
Average buffet, reasonably clean although there was more food on the floor in the aisles than I am used to seeing (could have just been because it was peak dining hour). Buffet items replenished as necessary. Seems like a popular restaurant with the locals, was fairly busy when I was there but was seated immediately.
Possibly a larger than usual selection of sea food and faux sea food items on the buffet. Items generally hot and palatable. A little pricey for a buffet, and next time I am in that area I would probably try another restaurant, but this is not a intended to be a slam against the Mandarin Buffet.
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