Travel all the time and look for places to eat near the hotels! Not bad ! Buffet and to go by the pound ! Place very busy and the food was very good . Great selection and good quality. If your near by at a...More
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This was our first and last time here as we were finding a place to eat while here on business. The lady at the entrance was friendly and that's where it stopped. We had absolutely no server even though the sign says please don't forget...More
Family restaurant, based on the "eat all you can" rule. There are plenty veggie, pasta, meat dishes (i tried chicken and beef). Variety of deserts. Drinks are free. Seafood (did not try) variety. Polite smiling Chinese ladies. The interior is simple, but why to wish...More
While a very basic and plain décor, do not be fooled. The food is DELICIOUS and it is very reasonable price for dinner. We were there late, but there was still plenty of food to eat. Delicious salmon, fried fish, lo-mein, and other tasty delights....More
My wife and I along with her parents from China, were staying at the Howard Johnson nearby, and seeing America's capitol for 6 days. The staff spoke to them in Chinese and treated them very well .... often talking to them and smiling and just...More
Don't go to the China buffet- really terrible food and limited choices. The soups did not taste correct, fried food was greasy and hard and chewy, lots of strange seafood choices.
Excellent buffet, but need to watch the state of the facility. Carpets require replacement as getting dirty. For such high traffic restaurant, best to use tiles that are more durable and harbour less food droppings. But the food is very good for the price charged
Of course, you get a good deal when the food goes from the freezer to the deep fryer or a pan of oil.
Had an "odor" noticed by wife, who has good nose. Did not bother me. Lot of selections, average quality for Chinese buffet. Place does a constant good business, appealing to low-end workers who want quantify and don't want to pay for quality.