This week, June 14, was the first time I've eaten here and definitely the last time. In summary, the building inside was exotic and beautiful. The food was common and after lunch it felt like a lump in my stomach. The fried rice was tasteless and lomein was not offered as a choice if one did not want rice. The vegetable (broccoli) offered with the entre was not steamed, it was cold and completely raw. Raw zuchinni and carrot were used to decorate the plates. The service was excruciatingly slow. This restaurant is supposed to be owned by the same people who own The China Cafe, a Chinese buffet on the loop. China Cafe's food and service are exceptional. The two eateries appear to come from not just two different countries but two different universies.