Posted on 01 / 17 / 2008
Entrance a couple of steps up from main road, under a neon sign, this is a medium sized Chinese buffet restaurant. You'll be met by the head waitperson as you go in and if you opt for the buffet this will be near the most contact you will have with staff, unless you want further assistance. There is a small counter selling jade/Chinese made style pendants/bracelets to one side.
Groups to couples and singles present. More of a "routine" restaurant than special occassion/romantic spot although if the latter are casual affairs, then excepted.
Buffet had congee, fried rice/noodles, various vegetable stir frys, stews, mock meats (variously flavoured chicken on this occassion), sushi - one type, salad ingredients no dressing, desserts. Replenished regularly with fresh/new dishes. Further food is available and to be ordered separately. Unlimited pots tea. As per most other restaurants at this level on down the spout was chipped but judged slim chance of them having an intact one..Yet to be affected if there was any bacteria living there as per millions of people who also use such vessels everyday...On other hand, chopsticks are plastic.
Food fine, not too oily, no culinary feats. Had a decent square meal with various vegetables, trying a bit of the "chicken" and ending with peanut cookies, which were yummy, red bean sesame ball and a fruit and cream filled pancake made on a hot griddle in front of me.
At around $100 before 9pm and $57!! after, can't lose with this great value!
no culinary peaks scaled