Empress Of China

★★★☆☆

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Mon - Sat, 11am - 10pm; Sun, closed
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Fried onions on a Chinese buffet? Wha? I ate here on a Saturday around lunch and we were seated quickly and our drinks were brought out and refilled regularly. The food only had like six meat choices on it. Cashew chicken, sesame chicken, pepper steak, "Spicy" chicken, and some stuff with shirmp involved were on the menu, along with some liberally filled cheese wontons, and veggie wontons (odd choice, turned out to be pretty good) Fair, kinda bland lo mein, and again, some pretty tasteless fried rice, and some pudding my friends couldn't decide if it was vanilla or banana (it was still cold and good, though). There were not a lot of choices, but enough to satisfy most pallets. I would have liked to see some more stuff, instead of fillers like fried onions (wha?), but for five fifty with tax (if you get water), it's what you get for your money. If it was a ten dollar buffet, I would have been pretty put off. I'd eat there again if my friends dragged me into it, but I'm pretty picky bout Chinese buffets, so that's a compliment. Sorta.

PROS: Fresh, hot food
CONS: Not a lot of choices, rice and lo mein are a bit bland (soy sauce it!)

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★★★☆☆

Fried onions on a Chinese buffet? Wha? I ate here on a Saturday around lunch and we were seated quickly and our drinks were brought out and refilled regularly. The food only had like six meat choices on it. Cashew chicken, sesame chicken, pepper steak, "Spicy" chicken, and some stuff with shirmp involved were on the menu, along with some liberally filled cheese wontons, and veggie wontons (odd choice, turned out to be pretty good) Fair, kinda bland lo mein, and again, some pretty tasteless fried rice, and some pudding my friends couldn't decide if it was vanilla or banana (it was still cold and good, though). There were not a lot of choices, but enough to satisfy most pallets. I would have liked to see some more stuff, instead of fillers like fried onions (wha?), but for five fifty with tax (if you get water), it's what you get for your money. If it was a ten dollar buffet, I would have been pretty put off. I'd eat there again if my friends dragged me into it, but I'm pretty picky bout Chinese buffets, so that's a compliment. Sorta.

PROS: Fresh, hot food
CONS: Not a lot of choices, rice and lo mein are a bit bland (soy sauce it!)

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