Oriental Seafood Buffett

★★★☆☆
  • 3425 W Vine St

    Kissimmee, FL 34741

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  • 407-931-2929

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Oriental Seafood Buffet may be the largest buffet of its kind in Osceola County, but this may well be its one and only claim to fame. At first glance, the diner will find the sheer variety impressive, but further inspection will reveal the two shortcomings that are all too common with Chinese buffets of this magnitude: quality and palatability. The salt-and-pepper shrimp, among other dishes, betrays this restaurant's laxity on fresh seafood; the appearance of black spots on the shells telltales shrimp that has been thawed too long before cooking. Hypertensives, beware! This buffet is extremely heavy on the salt, perhaps to hide the lack of freshness of some of its ingredients. The seafood patty, this restaurant's ungodly concoction, is not only salty but downright inedible. The fried squid, mussels in bean sauce, and yes, even the salt-and-pepper shrimp will leave the diner filling up on whatever beverage he orders before his meal is through. The mussels in bean sauce was so salt-laden that I was able to eat only one before desisting. Do not be taken in by the discount coupons found in the local tourist guides. Any amount of savings cannot amount to the mediocrity of this restaurant's fare. Better to try the other Chinese buffets in the vicinity; they may charge a few dollars more but the quality of the food will make for a more satisfying dining experience.

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★★☆☆☆

Oriental Seafood Buffet may be the largest buffet of its kind in Osceola County, but this may well be its one and only claim to fame. At first glance, the diner will find the sheer variety impressive, but further inspection will reveal the two shortcomings that are all too common with Chinese buffets of this magnitude: quality and palatability. The salt-and-pepper shrimp, among other dishes, betrays this restaurant's laxity on fresh seafood; the appearance of black spots on the shells telltales shrimp that has been thawed too long before cooking. Hypertensives, beware! This buffet is extremely heavy on the salt, perhaps to hide the lack of freshness of some of its ingredients. The seafood patty, this restaurant's ungodly concoction, is not only salty but downright inedible. The fried squid, mussels in bean sauce, and yes, even the salt-and-pepper shrimp will leave the diner filling up on whatever beverage he orders before his meal is through. The mussels in bean sauce was so salt-laden that I was able to eat only one before desisting. Do not be taken in by the discount coupons found in the local tourist guides. Any amount of savings cannot amount to the mediocrity of this restaurant's fare. Better to try the other Chinese buffets in the vicinity; they may charge a few dollars more but the quality of the food will make for a more satisfying dining experience.

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I like to go to Oriental Seafoof Buffett first because the variety and quality of the food but also because they have a system of each ten dinners you get one for free.

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I like to go to Oriental Seafoof Buffett first because the variety and quality of the food but also because they have a system of each ten dinners you get one for free.

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