Overland Park, Kansas
July 3, 2002
They have 3 hot buffet tables full of a wide variety of foods plus a salad bar including some fruits and a dessert bar with cookies and soft serve ice cream.
Among regular entries on the buffet are Lemon Chicken, General Tso's Chicken, Sesame Chicken, Black Pepper Pork, Beef & Broccoli, fried sweet potatoes, Sweet & Sour Chicken, Crab Rangoon, 4 soups, steamed rice, fried rice, and lots more. There are seafood and vegetarian dishes but since we're into neither I can't really remember what they are even though we've been a number of times in recent months including twice last week with friends from England. They liked it so well that they suggested we go back the second time.
There are a couple of negatives. They have Cashew Chicken but in all the times we've been there we have yet to find a single Cashew in the Cashew Chicken. We asked once and they claimed that the first people through when a new pan was put out latched on to all the cashews but on a later visit we were there when a new pan was put out and there wasn't a single cashew in it.
On the other hand, the Lemon Chicken is made with breaded Chicken Breast which is sliced so you know it is good white meat and there is more chicken than breading in the dish.
All the cookies on the dessert bar are store bought and very ordinary. The soft serve Ice Cream has a very nice texture and flavor to it.
In addition, they have a regular menu, which almost nobody uses but is available and carryout. You can carryout from the buffet or from the regular menu.
The regular lunch menu contains 20+ Entree choices which include Steamed or Fried Rice, Egg Roll or Crab Rangoon and Egg Drop Soup or Hot and Sour Soup all for under $6.00.
The regular dinner menu contains over 40 different Entree selections which come with Steamed Rice. Soups and Fried Rice are extra. They will also cater gatherings for you.
The buffets and the regular menus all contain some Vegetarian Entrees for those who prefer that type of food.
From journal Kansas City - Things to Do & Places to Eat