What You'd Expect for the Cost.
We've eaten here once in the time we've lived in Utah. The prices are reasonable for an adult dinner and the fact that you're getting such a large buffet full of options. The food is about what I'd consider average. It's edible, there's a couple good dishes, but it's not the best I've had either.
It's what you'd expect at an American-Chinese buffet.
Would eat here again, but it's not on the top of my list.
The servers were slightly impatient with us, as it was closing within an hour, but the greeting at the front door was polite and cheerful.
You mean "Mexican Gourmet". The food there is quite tasty, and always leaves me satisfied. However, the prices continue to rise for admission each time I go there, and are getting steep. The atmosphere is also getting worse, unless you speak spanish and enjoy being sandwiched in a room with wall-to-wall mexican customers and employees.
What Happened?. We have been going here for lunch for years, along with a remodel came some bad service and longer lines. You used to able to walk up to any bar and get your food and now it seems like you have to stand and wait for everything. Food is still pretty good, it used to be fun in there and now it just seems like the fun is gone, and the servers act put out that you might need something. The host and cashiers seem a little rude too.
Quick fast and many selection items. If you are looking for a quick, fast, and reasonable meal this is the place. There is a variety of items for all diners. The stir fry line is worth the wait. This is a yummy stir fry which you get to choose what you want cooked.
Sprawling buffet, skimpy prices and tasty ingredients make happy family..
A cavernous, spanking-clean cafeteria lined with long tables and comfy booths. On weekends, you'll likely wait in line to pay. Other times, you can be seated right away. A waiter takes your drinks order (included in the price of a meal), and you hit the buffet: Mongolian barbecue, traditional dishes, an enormous salad bar, a dessert bar. It's all-you-can-eat, and it's all impeccably fresh.
Surprisingly sophisticated flavors. Avoid the gooey, deep-fried sesame and General Tso's chicken and stick with lighter, tastier fare such as roast pork with Chinese vegetables, shrimp chow mein, vegetable lo mein and Happy Family. The egg foo young, served piping hot, is outstanding. Or create your own Mongolian barbecue with fresh vegetables and beef, pork, chicken or shrimp.
Cafeteria Chinese. This is can hardly be classified as "cuisine". I would rather eat frozen chinese from the local grocery store. The food was bland, dry and all in all boring. If they serve chinese in a school lunch, this would be it. I am always amazed at what Utahans classify as good retaurants. This restaurant would not be able to stay open more than a couple months in any other state.
good Chinese buffet. Good value and good food. The staff is very eager to please.
Chinese Gourmet. I really like this restaurant. It has so many different selections, very good service, and a comfortable atmosphere. Very fun!
food taster. This restraunt has a wide variety of food to suit everyone's taste. Mix and match type set-up. Food is great tasting. Price is great. Don't have to wait for long in a long line.
Red Neck Buffet. If your gut hangs over your belt you'll be happy here. "Quanity" this buffet has, but "Quality" it most certainly lacks! Yuck!!!!
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