Initial impressions: Greasy handprints on the glass doors leading inside. Large restaurant only about 20% full on a friday night. 4 rows of buffet food, various Japanese, Chinese, and western dishes.
I went there with some family friends for dinner - after reading the reviews here I tried to steer them clear, however they were determined and so I reluctantly tagged along.
The quality of the food, as others have said, is largely plain, and often overcooked. I'm sure you can get your entire month's worth of oil and grease at one sitting, as pretty much everything is either deep fried or fried in oil. What few veggies and salad items they had didn't look fresh, and what I tried wasn't very good.
There's a small barbecue area where you can stand for 5-10 minutes and cook your own meat. The beef was already gone when we arrived and it was never refilled during the length of our dinner. There was some pork however. It was OK, however since the grill didn't look to have been cleaned in quite some time, it wasn't all that appetizing. They also had the same tongs to handle both raw and cooked meat.
We only only had water with our meal, but other drinks were available for an extra fee. I don't know if pop or soda is free, we didn't have any.
They do have some jello for dessert, as well as some cake and icecream. The icecream buckets say that it was specifically made for their restaurant by some local icecream manufacturer. It didn't appear to be of very high quality.
All in all, it's a place to avoid. There are numerous buffets with better quality at similar prices. Don't waste your time or even worse, subject your digestive system to the grease.