We live nearby and saw that this new Asian Buffet had recently opened (in a strip mall location formerly occupied by a different Chinese Buffet), so we tried it for lunch on a Saturday.
As of August 9, 2014, price was $8.99 each for lunch. [note there is a 10% senior citizen discount in the brochure/menu]. The set up and selection is very typical of mid-level Michigan Chinese buffets: soups, several stir fried Asian dishes, crab rangoons, spring rolls and egg rolls, deep fried shrimp, a few seafood dishes, dumplings, teriyaki skewers, rice, lo mein, sushi, a sparse Mongolian bar, some American salad items, and minimal dessert fare. This place does something that seems very smart: instead of making a whole pan of a dish, they seemed to make smaller portions and change them more often.
I am uploading photos of a current menu. The handwritten prices were made by the establishment -- we were charged the handwritten lunch price.
I would return because it is close, reasonably priced, and acceptable. I would not drive across town to come here, though. This is a good place for a casual, quick lunch between friends or with family. It is very close to the Michigan Secretary of State office.
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