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Monday, March 24, 2014

Hibachi Grill and Supreme Buffet

Previously known as China City Buffet, this restaurant was recently closed and remodeled, and has reopened as Hibachi Grill and Supreme Buffet.

The dining area of the restaurant is large and open, and can accommodate large groups of people.  The koi pond in the lobby is a nice touch.  We were a fairly large group, yet had no problem being seated even on a busy Sunday.

Food offerings include both Asian and American selections.  The American selections include a complete salad bar (with peel and eat shrimp), pizza and macaroni and cheese.  Honestly, I didn't touch any of that -- I don't go to an Asian buffet to eat pizza.

There were about a dozen different sushi rolls, nothing too complicated, but freshly made and tasty.  The hibachi area offers cooked to order meat/vegetable/noodle combinations.

Buffet table offerings:  Most of the dishes were seafood or chicken, but there were pork and beef dishes as well.  .Spare ribs were meaty and in a tangy, not-too-sweet sauce.  Coconut chicken was crispy sweet and very good.  Pepper steak was perfectly cooked. 

On the other hand, there were dishes I did not like -- the chicken on a stick was dry, and the lobster sauce had pieces of "krab" as well as shrimp.

Desserts included a choice of fresh fruit, puddings, cookies and pastries, but thankfully none of those cardboard-like cakes you usually find at an Asian buffet.  There was also soft serve ice cream. 


Overall, one of the better Asian buffets in this price range.


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