Review: A wonderful variety of around 25 main dishes (many salads too) and 10 desserts, for an unbeliavably cheap price. Most were vegan, and this was clearly shown for the main dishes, although one was not marked so when I took some the 'waitress' immediately advised me that it contained dairy items, fetching me some plain rice instead. Three of the desserts were vegan too. All tasted nice, with some quite unusual (mainly Chinese) flavours and textures (I love seaweed but they had various types I'd never tried before). Similar to the Tai Buffet in London, but not as spicy. Cordon bleue it ain't (if you want that, try Yerbabuena instead) but it easily fills you up with nutritious, tasty food. The service was not intrusive but friendly (I got to practise my pidgin Mandarin; the young lady said she was hoping to learn English to be able to converse better with the many tourists who visit).