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- Chinese, American, Asian
I feel you have cheated us on the groupon and would never go back as much as we did think it was a good buffet..Your groupon led us to believe it would not cost much more than what we purchased it for over the internet. We brought a few international students living here from China who also liked it. However we paid groupon $25 or so and then paid you an additional $40 to $50. We did not want to complain in front of the students. How is that a deal? I would suggest that what you are offering is made very clear to the public.
The buffet was practically empty. They were extremely slow at refilling food. Also, ran out of soda!
You should have on the Group-On that dinner buffets will cost more. The coupon was somewhat deceiving as I thought that all 4 of us would be eating for the $25.00, but it was really $25.00 towards 4 people. Maybe the lunch buffet would have been covered, but not dinner...thanks!
perhaps the waitress could come around more than once to offer more tea or pop
I was not impressed with their food selections or their preparation. There are 2 other similar restaurants in the area that have much more impressive food
We really enjoyed dinner there. The food was tasty and well prepared. The buffet was consistently re-stocked with food.
Not a buffet eater....gross
DON'T GO THERE LATER IN THE EVENING...EVERYTHING IS ALL DRIED OUT!!! AND EMPTY.. THEY WERE STILL OPEN FOR ANOTHER COUPLE OF HOURS
GOOD SERVICE.GOOD FOOD FRIENDLY STAFF
From Our Editors
A bubbling fish tank beckons diners in the doors of New Shanghai Buffet, where they kick off a culinary expedition with classic Chinese dishes that range from general tso's chicken and sweet-and-sour pork to littleneck clams and artfully crafted sushi. Covered buffet stations flaunt crab legs and barbecue spare ribs in their gleaming metal vessels, and an expansive takeout menu keeps diners from wheeling buffet tables home when the staff's back is turned. Amid a mélange of leafy plants, grand prints of Asian landscapes pair with traditional Chinese baubles to adorn the dining room's floral walls.
Shanghai Chinese Buffet