I've had buffet in many cities across the US, and this place is just average. The food can be overcooked and dry. Not much assortments.
Went here with my Asian-American dining partner and were greeted by the owner - a very friendly and accommodating guy. He prepared a custom made Chinese dish with bok choy for my dining partner to which she gave very high marks. I had a perfectly acceptable seafood and vegetable dish, The steamed dumplings were a bit on the chewy side.... More
Service was nice but practically nonexistent, if that makes any sense. The food was completely unremarkable, which actually made it the highlight of our visit. No fewer than 6 other parties got tired of waiting and walked out before eating. We waited 20 minutes, no exaggeration, for our drinks. Smoke from the smokers on the patio kept wafting in the... More
I stopped in since I noticed "Wang's" is now "Yao's" and quickly learned Mr. Yao is a very friendly man. They now have sushi which I did not try but another person was waiting for their order and it was his 2nd time to order. I ordered tofu w/ vegetables, minimal spice and the white rice is free. Yao's is... More
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