First visit and typical of Chinese buffet offering. It's a large place, busy and noisy on a Saturday night so not the place for an intimate meal. Loads of choice with all the normal dishes plus chefs specials, BBQ, tepanyaki etc. all extensive dessert bar. Service was ok but nothing special and feels a little like you're on a conveyer belt as you get processed through starters, main courses etc. I'm sure it would feel a little different if not so busy. Food itself was ok. In summary you get what you pay for.
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