This Bloomington buffet aims to be more than just a Chinese restaurant; it also ambitiously offers 16 kinds of sushi. Skip the sushi. It doesn't taste fresh, it doesn't taste like fish, and it doesn't in any way satisfy that primal longing for sushi that fans are occasionally struck by. That said, the menu has some hits, too. The Tokyo Chicken (a teriyaki chicken dish that works well with white rice) was a nicely executed contrast of sweet and salty. Also good was the mei fun, a delicate bundle of spider-web-thin noodles enriched by tiny shrimp. Skewered chicken breasts served with cherry tomatoes were also reasonably tasty, and actually boasted a bit of carbon char. The restaurant is relatively affordable and all-you-can-eat, so stick to the safe choices and you'll walk away happy.
Sun-Thu 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm
Lunch, No Alcohol, Reservations Accepted, Takeout