Nothing impressive or even average about this place. Speaking strictly as a vegetarian(others may have different experiences) - there was almost no options. I know it's not advertised as a vegetarian buffet but only 2 options(vegetable lo mein and buddha's delight) is kinda sad. The actual menu for the place had a few options and those might be good but I will likely not be trying it again. Prices were about what you'd expect for a buffet of this type. Even the hot and sour soup had big chunks of beef in them which surprised me and had to neglect the rest of the bowl when I left. The buffet itself is very small compared to buffets I've been to before.
Update : The hibachi grill is very good. Surprisingly - NO TOFU! :( Having gone to many various chinese buffets - I'd say this one is fairly in the middle, if not slightly above. Again, I can only speak for the non-seafood/meat options but they were good. The Inarizushi was great. The seaweed salad was great. The hot n sour soup was fairly typical but the offering of green onions as a garnish was a nice touch I haven't seen before. There was a couple things I've never seen available at other buffets that I enjoyed - The cheese mushroom(was cheese+cream cheese+mushroom) and the egg tart. Shockingly, there was no egg foo young or tofu ANYWHERE at the buffet which made it hard for me to really give it higher than 3 stars. Suggested Ma Po Tofu(w/o beef) or a safer mixed tofu/vegetables would be a nice option to at least provide a protein to vegetarians. If I could give it a half star, I would give it 3.5 out of 5 just for the quality of what I ate.
*Update* Sushi w cream cheese is a great vegetarian option. Avocado+Cream Cheese recommended. No complaints - solid service and food variety featuring chinese, japanese and even thai cuisine! I plan on exploring this menu more. It is one of the few places that also offer more variety to vegetarian sushi(the AAC and the peanut/avocado roll). I wouldn't say either stood out to me that much but it is at least going in the right direction. I plan on trying more of the chinese/thai menu and see how that stacks up to other restaurants. I wouldn't say it is the best I ever had but the service, prices, presentation and serving sizes brings it up to a 4/5. Stronger Menu Items : Sushi Weaker Menu Items : Singapore Mai Fun (Too salty) Red Curry(Probably all curries) - not very rich, very watery taste. It isn't BAD in a pinch but I wouldn't go here for curry over other thai restaurants.
Good stuff - It's at the top of the pack as far as "take out" chinese food to me. The seating inside is actually decent for this style of restaurant. The portion sizes were very impressive for the price and the food quality was high. For instance, I usually am unimpressed by Ma-Po Tofu at "take out" places as it is too safe and generally not very flavorful but this place actually had some spice and flavor. Fast and friendly service. About the only weird thing was Fox News was on.