Sometimes it's nice to go to a smaller, family-operated Chinese restaurant for a more home-style all-you-can-eat buffet. The variety is not as abundant as some of the competitors, but they offer the local favorites. Since 1985 this well-established spot has been serving up tasty traditional buffets for lunch and dinner, as well as a full takeout menu. I enjoyed the simple setup with my favorites of wonton soup, egg rolls, honey-garlic ribs and sweet and sour chicken balls. They vary the roast, which was a roast turkey when I visited. The families enjoy throwing a lucky penny into the Chinese fountain as they admire the colorful wall murals.