Grand Buffet

★☆☆☆☆

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Mon. - Sun. 11am - 12pm

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Where do I start. It's 8:00 p.m. on a friday night, and when we walked in we were greeted by a young boy of 7 year's old that played host until our server ( ther was only 1) sat us at a table, that had yet to be wiped down, and the sad part of this was that there were at least 30 table's, all empty. ( we were the only customer's). After our entry and seating raised red flag's we continued anyway, as that I really wanted chinese buffet after driving 500 mile's earlier today. So we go to the food and I can already tell that what they did have to offer was overcooked from sitting underneath the heating lamp's ( Quite possibly from lunchtime) A lot of the chafing dishes were empty, never to be refilled in the 30 minute's that we were there. The dumpling's were hard and crusty, the egg drop soup was dark brown, the crab leg's were sitting in a chafing dished filled with water,under a heat lamp. the crab salad was so dry that the mayo (if any was used) had cooked into the crabmeat, and made it very tough (I actually spit it out), the lo mein noodle's had no vegetable's cooked in with it, just noodle's. The soda was great, but since the one and only server working was to busy babysitting the 7 year old and flirting with 4 20 something's that came in shortly after our arrival, we were never offered a re-fill. This was the one and only time that I have left a Chinese buffet still hungry. The cost for this amazing experience you ask? 22.95 for 2 person's.

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Where do I start. It's 8:00 p.m. on a friday night, and when we walked in we were greeted by a young boy of 7 year's old that played host until our server ( ther was only 1) sat us at a table, that had yet to be wiped down, and the sad part of this was that there were at least 30 table's, all empty. ( we were the only customer's). After our entry and seating raised red flag's we continued anyway, as that I really wanted chinese buffet after driving 500 mile's earlier today. So we go to the food and I can already tell that what they did have to offer was overcooked from sitting underneath the heating lamp's ( Quite possibly from lunchtime) A lot of the chafing dishes were empty, never to be refilled in the 30 minute's that we were there. The dumpling's were hard and crusty, the egg drop soup was dark brown, the crab leg's were sitting in a chafing dished filled with water,under a heat lamp. the crab salad was so dry that the mayo (if any was used) had cooked into the crabmeat, and made it very tough (I actually spit it out), the lo mein noodle's had no vegetable's cooked in with it, just noodle's. The soda was great, but since the one and only server working was to busy babysitting the 7 year old and flirting with 4 20 something's that came in shortly after our arrival, we were never offered a re-fill. This was the one and only time that I have left a Chinese buffet still hungry. The cost for this amazing experience you ask? 22.95 for 2 person's.

Pros: won ton soup, oyster's on the half shell

Cons: everything else

 

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