Reasonably priced Chinese buffet restaurant, no menu. Facility was bright, high ceilings, Chinese decorations, clean in the dining area, but the women's restroom was beat up and apparently not maintained during the day (overflowing garbage, wet around the sink). As of 09/07, reasonably priced - $10 for adults and kids over 9 yrs old and $5 for kids under 9. They are gracious hosts and handle kids well. Huge selection of Chinese meats, a Mongolian B-B-Q available (didn't try, but looked fresh and the guy cooks it in front of you), several soups, rice, and noodle options, sweetened rolls, a few American favorites (pizza, deep fried chicken wings, deep fried battered fish), desserts (fresh fruit, pudding, cakes, soft vanilla and chocolate ice cream, sugar coated nuts, and cookies). We went once and thought it was great, but had digestive upsets afterward. We thought it was a fluke until we went a second time and had the same experience. Many/most meats and other dishes are fried and most seem over flavored and over artifically colored to the point of it not looking like a meat dish (way too sweet and too red being the most common problems). All of the staff is Chinese with very limited English. That's not a huge problem given the buffet, but trying to communicate is difficult if you need replacement silverware, need to advise a problem, or order beverages. I don't think we'll go back.