Average at best.
The atmosphere was different: high ceilings with sunlight shining through, eighties music, and French Fries. After paying at the register ($46 for four), a Mongolian Grill awaits, certainly a highlight of the buffet. However, the food ranged from delicious to tasteless, but with such little selection that much variety would seem impossible. Past the grill are some sections of food that differ from shrimp and French fries to Kung Pow chicken. Waiters took drink orders and refilled our beverages before they ran too low. Also, I wasn’t compelled to compete with other patrons in line to use the tongs to grab food because the food was kept constantly flowing from the kitchen. Never once was a tray of food completely empty.
The food is not terrible, but it can be tasteless. There's "chicken on a stick" that is very good. Sugar rolls, a piece of bread the size of a biscuit fried with sugar on it, are better than any doughnut I have ever had, but they probably raise the risk of heart attack. The Lo Mien was incredibly bland. Whatever the Lo Mien was, the fried rice was worse.
The seating was cramped in a booth of four for two average size adults and two teens. We didn't have a chance to try out a table with chairs, but they looked small too. Overall, the restaurant was average. Tasteless and overcooked noodles leveled the outstanding points. Still though, I recommend going there at least once to try the sugar rolls and the Mongolian BBQ. Not busy at all on Saturdays during lunch.