Accounted for the many of times I’ve gone there, I’ve solely jumped on the buffet wagon for the ideal notion in variety; which is the x-factor in indulging oneself with the all you can eat concept of food bingeing on a one set price.I was surprise to see that their a la carte provided significantly more assortments outside the buffet range that would offset my mood for the buffet, plus it’s nice to know that if you couldn’t finish your food you can doggie bag it home for a late night snack—two meals for the price of one.
Their a la carte menu was a massive eight plus pages of itemized goodness filled with colored pictures adorned within the borders of the menu.I had the simple chicken fried rice and also elected the sautéed boneless duck feet over clams with the starter appetizer of the salt and pepper squids.I’ve had good Chinese food, but never to the level that I’ve had here.The food was amazing!
To start off, the salt and pepper squids was to die for. With a lightly encrusted outer layer of a flour-based mixture it carried a subtle saltiness with a slight kick of fiery jalapeño flavoring.After biting down on the crisp outer layer you sink into the tender squid meat which had a juicy succulent center that makes the usually rubbery consistency of squid just melts in your mouth.This was the bomb!
The price is reasonable and the atmosphere hails a thematic family-oriented vibe.The food is great.The service tends to be a little slow.Given the excellent food and the nail biting bad service that my family and I had, my recommendation is highly to try the food, but if you like a service oriented restaurant skip it.