Quit your hatin’. Why does this place get panned so much? I love Asian buffets, and this is one of the better ones I have been to. Located near the Cedar Hills Mall, Buffet Palace offers more choices for lunch and dinner than you can shake a stick at. (What does that mean, anyway?)
From fresh seafood like crab legs, oysters, shrimp and scallops, to a bevy of hot Asian dishes (as well as “select your own stir fry”), salads, soups, sushi, and standard American kids fare, including pizza, french fries, chicken wings, you’re sure to find something you will like to (over)eat at Buffet Palace.
With lunch at around $8, and dinner at $15, go right at the switch-over time and enjoy the dinner additions to the lines at lunch prices. Beverages are extra.
Personally, I enjoyed the unlimited Chinese dumplings (steamed or fried), a variety of shrimp, bowls of both won-ton and hot and sour soup (tho the latter does not compare to the Golden Horse’s recipe), fried rice, some fish, California rolls. For dessert, I had a mess o’ jello and some macaroons.
The food is attractive, and the serving areas are clean; the staff is personable.
Yes, even tho there are no dogs or pizza, BurgerDogBoy is one happy camper at an Asian buffet.