(April 2016 Update – it is now “Asian Buffet” no idea what these name changes are all about). (September 2015 Update – it is now “Top Buffet,” I cannot say whether it is different than the previous version). (Now back to our old review).
I love Asian buffets, even though I lived in China for eight years and have been know to turn my nose up at “Americanized” Chinese food. The typical Asian buffet is perfect for picky eaters, or those trying to follow a health regimen. There is always an ample spread of seafood, fish, and other light protein, as well as a fairly decent salad bar, a spread of fruit, a few soups, and everything in between – rice, noodles, hibachi, dumplings….you know how it goes.
This is a good one. There is a lot of choice, and the place is clean. On a Tuesday afternoon, it wasn’t very crowded, though they said it is rocking on weekend nites when the buffet table has unlimited crab legs.
There were a couple in Portland I liked, but after a time, I (we) were 86ed from those, in one of those cartoon moments of the proprietor telling Mrs Burgerdogboy “you eat too much, you go now” as she would plow through the sushi stations.
Today I enjoyed egg drop soup, won ton soup, a hot seafood medley, chilled peel and eat shrimp, couple of different chicken things, baked fish, couple of sushi rolls, a dab of rice, a couple of jello cubes, and a fortune cookie that said good things are coming my way. All for $7.50 a head. Can’t beat it with a chopstick.
One Buffet Review