My grandson asked to eat here, so we went.
I will never return.
We were barely acknowledged by a rude Asian woman when we entered and she grunted that we could sit any where. We picked a table and when we pulled the chairs out, they were sticky with old grease. The table top was the same.
We arrived at 11:00 a.m., as the lunch just started and everything in the buffet looked "old" and tired.
I tried several kinds of chicken and am still wondering what type of meat it was. The pieces that weren't tough, had chunks of fat and gristle running through them. Both types of rice were cold even though they were under heat lamps.
I needed a refill on my soda but the only person in attendance was the first woman we first encountered and she was very preoccupied on her cell phone. I got her attention and asked for a refill and it felt like I'd asked for her first born grandchild.
I've never seen crab Rangoon made like this before. They were a flat triangle of thick dough, fried to a tough chewy greasy experience.
Before we were any where near done eating, the "woman" walked over and slapped a plastic dish with our check in it down on the table.
I was surprised at the cost, it was much higher than it should have been.
I would never change the time with my grandson, however the next time we go to lunch, it will be somewhere clean AND pleasant - where we're treated like valued customers.
If you like eating in greasy spoons where the food is marginal at best and being treated like second class citizens - then this is the place for you.
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