Win Win offers full-service Chinese catering as well as a buffet and restaurant with a contemporary twist in food and décor. Their food mantra is simple-fresh, flavourful and colourful food that appeals to all five senses.
Buffets are great when you're in a hurry and hungry. After all, the food is already made and you can fill your plate to your heart's desire. So why does Win Win fail so bad?
Aside from the poor food quality, my biggest problem with this restaurant is that it is not a true buffet in the sense of quantity and indulgence. A handful of items and a few half-cookies to call dessert do not make a buffet. Neither do the two soup selections - hot and sour soup (with only tofu and peas) and a consomme broth (with well... broth... how is broth even an item, really? Did they forget the wontons? No, sadly the sign clearly said "Consomme broth") The majority of the other dishes were deep fried meats (pork, chicken and calamari) with heavy batter and very little meat.
The price is very reasonable at $10 per person for all you can eat, so if you were to lower your food expectations considerably, and compare this in value to what you would pay normally when dining in a food court, then it may be the place for you. Unfortunately, even at such a low price, I can't stomach what they put out.
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