This is one of the most rewarding Chinese and American buffets I have been to. It would not be possible to give full consideration to the *many* dishes offered if you try to work through them all in one visit. And, you just know they really can't be made this well at home. (At least *I* can't.)
It's an easy choice for me when I want Chinese buffet; just come here. Some of my favorites include the Mongolian BBQ (ummm), the peanut-chicken and General Tso chicken (double-ummm), and the sushi (more-ummm). Since other reviewers have already listed their favorites, I will merely suggest that you always leave some room for the dessert. There is a 20-foot long dessert section that will keep you busy making up fancy combination desserts for some time to come.
The lunch buffet becomes the more pricey dinner buffet promptly at 3 pm. Get there early. You can reduce the cost of the relatively pricey (although it's justified) lunch buffet by getting "buffet to go" at about half the price of the dine-in buffet. Remember to confirm with your server that you are being charged the senior price (if you are in that category).
Don't try to do the buffet in one visit. Space your visits and enjoy the food. It'll be there next time. Hint: Keep a mental list and work your way down the offerings, or do a "theme eat." Like, spicy foods, today. Chicken stir-fry, another day. I have found the staff to be cordial every time I've been there. Thanks, folks.