Honeybee

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If you're looking for a Chinese buffet with lots of variety, fresh food and prompt service, May Sen definitely fits the bill.

I've only ever dined in and had the buffet, but there are take-out menus at the counter, so I would assume the restaurant offers take-out and entree dining if you choose to opt out from the buffet.

The decor is colorful and clean, there are many places to sit (several tables are at booths), larger parties are easily accommodated, there are two flat screen TVs in quieter corners of the restaurant, modern top 40's music is played overhead (but sung in Chinese), and several half-walls separate areas of the restaurant for a more private and comfortable setting.

Price - The buffet is cheaper for lunch (less than $6 a person, including drink). Dinner and Sundays are a little pricey (right around $8 a person), but it's not too bad considering the amount of food on the buffet to choose from. You can either have your waitress take your check or you can take your check up to the front counter if you're wanting to leave faster than your waitress can assist you.

The Good - The food is usually always hot and fresh without tasting like it's been sitting there for hours. The only exception is when I dined there around 3 PM on a weekday, but I expected as much for the time (although the more popular entrees were still being brought out fresh at that time). The workers are fast to seat you, get your drink order and take dirty plates away. The buffet offers everything you'd expect from a Chinese buffet (soups, several entree choices, rices, appetizers), plus a full salad bar, American food for kids (chicken nuggets, french fries, cheese pizza, etc.), desserts (puddings, fresh fruit, pastries), made-to-order raw meat and veggie section with flat top grill (chef cooks it for you), sushi section (California rolls, seafood rolls, veggie rolls, etc.), and ice cream freezer (self-serve with 4 types of ice cream and toppings area).

The Bad - The ice cream freezer sometimes is a mess due to the public serving themselves (scoopers mixed up between flavors, etc.), sometimes there is a shortage on plates during extremely busy times, and the waitresses are sometimes a little too eager to clear your dishes from the table (i.e. "I wasn't finished with that!").

Summary - Although some occasional minor problems, there's a huge variety of food, service is prompt, and the restaurant is clean with an open buffet layout for easy maneuvering.

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★★★★☆

If you're looking for a Chinese buffet with lots of variety, fresh food and prompt service, May Sen definitely fits the bill.

I've only ever dined in and had the buffet, but there are take-out menus at the counter, so I would assume the restaurant offers take-out and entree dining if you choose to opt out from the buffet.

The decor is colorful and clean, there are many places to sit (several tables are at booths), larger parties are easily accommodated, there are two flat screen TVs in quieter corners of the restaurant, modern top 40's music is played overhead (but sung in Chinese), and several half-walls separate areas of the restaurant for a more private and comfortable setting.

Price - The buffet is cheaper for lunch (less than $6 a person, including drink). Dinner and Sundays are a little pricey (right around $8 a person), but it's not too bad considering the amount of food on the buffet to choose from. You can either have your waitress take your check or you can take your check up to the front counter if you're wanting to leave faster than your waitress can assist you.

The Good - The food is usually always hot and fresh without tasting like it's been sitting there for hours. The only exception is when I dined there around 3 PM on a weekday, but I expected as much for the time (although the more popular entrees were still being brought out fresh at that time). The workers are fast to seat you, get your drink order and take dirty plates away. The buffet offers everything you'd expect from a Chinese buffet (soups, several entree choices, rices, appetizers), plus a full salad bar, American food for kids (chicken nuggets, french fries, cheese pizza, etc.), desserts (puddings, fresh fruit, pastries), made-to-order raw meat and veggie section with flat top grill (chef cooks it for you), sushi section (California rolls, seafood rolls, veggie rolls, etc.), and ice cream freezer (self-serve with 4 types of ice cream and toppings area).

The Bad - The ice cream freezer sometimes is a mess due to the public serving themselves (scoopers mixed up between flavors, etc.), sometimes there is a shortage on plates during extremely busy times, and the waitresses are sometimes a little too eager to clear your dishes from the table (i.e. "I wasn't finished with that!").

Summary - Although some occasional minor problems, there's a huge variety of food, service is prompt, and the restaurant is clean with an open buffet layout for easy maneuvering.

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