We had the lunch buffet. We arrived about 1:30pm on a Saturday in early September.
I go the impression that the Management was not taking the idea of a "Buffet" took seriously...
The Buffet choices were very limited and the items had been standing on the steam table far too long. It was not pleasant to try to eat most of the items offered on the buffet. This Restaurant promotes itself as a "Sea Food Buffet". I did not see any fish and chips. There were, however, little paper thin blocks of "breaded fish product" which had been deep fried. There were breaded frozen imitation scallops. The baked salmon had been consumed and had not been refilled.
The balance of the buffet was generic "1950s style" Chinese food. Very bland, very generic.
The "Hot and Sour Soup" tasted as if it was made of unseasoned hot water thickened with corn starch. There were a couple of other noodle type dishes.
There was a lovely seaside view of the Water.