The degree of difficulty with a buffet is high (because the food usually sits out), so I'm assigning this restaurant 4 stars even though it disappointed in some ways. What is outstanding about the Emperor's Palace is the variety. It reminded me of some of the best buffets I've been to in Las Vegas.
The food quality varied. The sushi was good. The food in the Vietnamese area was great, as was the Mongolian BBQ. The food in the Chinese area was just OK. The food in the small American area looked passable for kids. A few trays were empty and some signs were unclear on the day I was there. I would have liked some more suggestions at the Mongolian BBQ, but the signs weren't very readable. My table was a little sticky.
If you visit enough times, you can probably get an excellent meal by learning which items to leave alone.The brief show by a Chinese musician was a nice touch.
I'd go back if I was in the area.
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