We came here for a Zumba retirement party in the large room to the left of the entrance and the room is spacious! I was wondering how we were going to party but this room is huge and there were plenty of tables and chairs for the guests to sit and room for the zumba instructor to show us her moves and for us to follow. I am not a lover of buffets and so I opted to dance before I ate. After the zumba portion was over, I went to get my food but I didn't try any of the sashimi or sushi. I guess you could say I am a sushi/sashimi snob and only trust a restaurant where the sushi chefs pay attention to cleanliness and it is an art, not an assembly line.
One thing I noticed when I grabbed a plate to get food was that the plate was greasy, ick. So I picked the one underneath it. There are several stations where there was food like a station to make fresh on the spot dishes with fried egg and noodles, as well as a station that had dim sum, desserts, and hot dishes. Nothing stood out that I really wanted to try but I tasted the beef and broccoli, fried chicken wings, sauteed clams, tapioca soup, cantaloupe, soft serve ice cream. Everything was what you would expect at a buffet. Best thing I liked was
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