Review: I completely agree with the last reviewer. The food was just bad. Bland, bland, and bland. Just weak all the way around. The food was all cold, the fried rice was basically white rice with a little carrot and oil, the fake meat was akin to a rubber sponge, and several items instructed a sauce to be added, yet no no sauce was provided. They also ran out of brown rice and it was never refilled, and the bathroom smelled like cigars. Adding insult to injury, this weak suggestion of a vegan buffet was priced at $10.
If you want a good vegan buffet in the asian style, just go to Suma Veggie. It's hands down the best option in town.
Suma Veggie isn't listed on happycow. Can you please add it? I'll be traveling to Dallas soon and would like to know all of my options.
Give me a break. Cigars in the bathroom? Wow, that is reaching since the place is almost brand new and they do not allow smoking! Oh well. I loved it. The sauces can a make or break a vegan dish, and they do have them available in plain sight. I was amazed that they had kelp powder (next to the chili sauce and sesame oil!), as this gave my Asian "jambalaya" the finishing touch. I go there regularly, and the hot foods are hot, while the cold foods are cold. I have yet to have the opposite occur since the food rests on heated or iced water. If anything, some of the hot foods can dry out if you come late. The brown rice is plentiful as is the soup. Honestly, when I read your review, I did not recognize your descriptions at all. If it were truly that bad, that sucks, but I have had nothing but stellar food and experiences there. Read my review of the place, and maybe you'll try it again. Their menu changes (they serve breakfast off a menu now) and they also have Pho (Vietnamese noodles), which is absolutely phenomenal. Oh, and the veggie burgers rock!
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