Location: Las Vegas, NV
Date: March 7, 2010
The buffet was analogous of one going to a singles event, and seeing lots of people who were lacking looks, smarts, charm, and depth, with only a handful of people showing any potential. While the buffet had a variety of food items, such as dough and drab egg rolls, salsa, and pizza which ninja didn’t attempt to eat, the quality left much to be desired. The salad items were decent, with the beets and lettuce being at least somewhat fresh. The entrees and side items were poorly presented and tasted worse. The baked fish lacked any flavor except for the sour onion, the sauce on the pasta seemed barely better than ketchup and the broccoli with cheese was watery.
At least the dessert was decent, with a little gooey though decent creme pie and tasty sweet ice cream. Though it's tough to mess up chocolate and vanilla ice cream. The price was very good for Vegas, at less than $15 for all you can eat and drink (non-alcoholic beverages). If you want to simply over-fill your stomach, this is not a bad option. If you want to eat decent food outside of desserts, look elsewhere.
1.75 ninja stars