I have to agree with the review written by Paul. Well in the fall of 2011 it is no better and the same problems remain. We met some co-workers here this week and even though the pans of fried rice and white rice were full they brought out more and heaped them up while the salmon pan was empty and there were no shrimp in the seafood combination. The tactics are so blatantly obvious just by watching. When more salmon did come out it was grey not pink and awful. If you really want to see what I mean get there early and look at the chicken wings, they will be very dark and dry which tells me they are left over from the night before and stale from reheating. After those are gone fresh ones slowly come out.
I think the most important thing to remember is to carefully look at the food on the buffet tables before you have to pay first before eating. If you are there after 12 noon you might find that what is out there is pretty much it other than them filling the cheapest dishes they are hoping you fill up on. There is a much better Chinese buffet 10 minutes away in Big Lake with a waitress to get your drinks for the same price.