This is the main floor buffet, which includes both Western and Chinese cuisine. If you like desserts, the menu is extensive with good sorbets. If you like Wuchang fish, you have your choice. Breads are good, cheeses are limited to the over-aged hard variety and not tasty. There is a variety of salads, vegetables, fruits, noodles, dumplings, and greasy pork chops and chicken. For a Saturday luncheon, we had about 20 diners around us. You can gaze on a well-kept green lawn with fountains just outside the windows. Otherwise, there is the usual children's play area, which detracts from the peaceful atmosphere that the restaurant should promote. In all, this is okay, nothing special when compared to other area large, hotel restaurants, and overpriced when you consider the tasty meals available at other area restaurants.
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