17360 Chesterfield Airport Rd, Chesterfield, MO | Directions 6300538.667826 -90.603886
Sun - Thu, 11am - 9pm; Fri - Sat, 11am - 10pm
Fun place to visit- even with larger groups. It is a buffet set up like an Asian marketplace. (I went to a traditional place like this in Korea.)
There is a buffet section for Chinese, Japanese, Vietnesemese, Mongolian BBQ, etc, etc, etc! They even have American foods and a chocolate fountain. I have not tried the chocolate fountain.
I've been a few times and tried a lot of the foods on the buffet! Some of the sushi is yummy and there are so many different things to try new!
The wait staff is friendly and helpful- even humorous at times!
I think this is the best Chinese Buffet I've ever been in US.
It's modern, clean and huge! The food options available are incredible and I really feel sorry I can't eat too much, to be able to try every single thing.
One thing I don't miss, though, are the strawberries covered with the chocolate out of the fountain!
Too bad is not too close to work, so I can't go as often as I'd like to.
The dinner price is $13.99. A good bang for the buck!
This is the best Asian buffet that I've have in St. Louis. It's got a wide selection of Japanese, Chinese, Mongolian, and so on.
They also have a full bar, and a unique selection of foods you won't find at other buffets.
I certainly recommend going here if you're in the mood for Asian food overload.
Weekend buffet is great. Wide food choices and good quality. This is my place to go if we want to eat fish and seafood. They got a good selection here. Just love the dimsum. The have been pretty consistent for the past years.
I enjoyed it greatly and even had a tear in my eye as I finished my meal. The first time at a new place which is very good is always a treat, very special. I have been many times disappointed by my second visit. I hope that i'm not with this place. No matter, I savored this time greatly.
The restaurant itself is massive! It has a fun ambiance to it. The gazebo, which Jason and I got to enjoy our dining experience, overlooks the whole restaurant and coy stream. The main area has an open floor right next to the buffets and an upstairs.
Great place very clean and delicious food. Service is good I go there at least once a week. I highly recommend
Exception to the Rule – *I don't like buffets myself because I'm kind of a germaphobe, and there isn't always an actual variety of food (or even good food at all) just spaced out stations with a lot of randomness (whatever comes in the frozen aisle with a few actual cooked foods here, and there). This however is the exception. I was watching something on t.v., and they named this restaurant as being one of the best in STL. So I decided to let go of my pickiness for one night to enjoy my family, and try a buffet again for the first time in years. The food was delicious! Unlike most every other Chinese food buffet the food was fresh, and there were different foods than what you ALWAYS see at Chinese buffet's as well. The food was so good in fact that I went two times in a week (had a gluttonous moment). If you're looking for five star service, and ambiance you don't go to a buffet anyhow. If you're just having a night out with your family this is a great place to take them.
Another Standard, Unexciting Chinese Buffet – The decor is impressive, overwhelming and very noisy. The choices of food is large, but on the whole the food does not excel in flavor whatsoever. A grill area used to serve up fresh char-grilled meats right off the grill, but lately everything is pre-cooked and is generally dry and tough. Sushi looks good, but does not really impress with the fish is often past its prime or of very poor quality. The fried dough sushi is like biting into grease. The employees behind the buffet lines are not at all customer focused. They GLARE and GLOWER at you and almost throw the food at you if they have to serve it to you. Each time I have been, one or two people I have gone with ended up with the an upset stomach the next day. The chocolate fountain looks great, but having observed people, especially children helping themselves, I get TURNED OFF even thinking about trying to eat anything on the buffet. I also stay away from the soft serve ice cream- many in my group suffered from an upset stomach afterwards. It doesn't help that the plates, bowls, and glasses DO NOT FEEL CLEAN to the touch. Just like many of the buffets in the local area, the amount to choose from is plentiful and looks good. Once the food is in your mouth, expect to be DISAPPOINTED. If FLAVOR is what you want, this is NOT THE PLACE. Families with kids will not be disappointed. Stay away from the upstairs on hot days - it gets really hot up there. Please go--if you really have to. If you don't have to - don't go.
Mangolian BBQ Chef UNBELIEVABLY SUCKY & HORRIBLE (INDISCIPLINED in capitals) – I go to this restaurant just to eat at Mongolian BBQ because I can see what is cooked and what I eat. Well, the Chef is really indisciplined and rude. I am a pure vegetarian from India and would not like to have meat remains in my food. I requested the chef to cook separately with fresh or washed pair of sticks so that I don?t eat meat remains in my food. I even waited until the big line's food was cooked. In spite of waiting, the chef cooked in usual manner and I was forced to throw the food. I told him slowly and very clearly, but that chef pretended as if he never understood me. Also, he goes why do want this stall try somewhere else you get all other veg stuff. He also criticizes how do you people in India cook meat. He offended me being vegetarian.
According to me, I pay $12-17 and go all the way to eat at Mangolian BBQ and this silly chef asks me to find any veggie somewhere else? Also offends me for being Vegetarian. This silly man seems to have not been educated to respect others culture and eating habits.
I am surprised how Emperors palace is still surviving having this kind of SUCKY chefs. About fruits stall, everything is from CAN food. You can feel the preservatives taste. Icecream was bad.I once heard EP was good for large groups but NOT ANYMORE. This memorials day (May 26 2008), they literally had all food stale. Chocolate fountain didn?t work. Another stall, I asked for garlic bread he says ?No? he doesn?t have anymore. Either you have stale food or canned fruits or have no food. It was really PATHETIC to pay big bucks for that horrible food.
I don?t know if quality of food is what Chinese and Mongolians eat ??????????????????
I had this experience with Chinese owned restaurants (8 out of 10) they are so MEAN, DIRTY, their service STINKS BIG TIME. These restaurants always have poor quality food like in dollar tree?s made in china items ?WORSTEST quality
I feel Consumer department need to look into these restaurants for FOOD QUALITY
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