Salem >Great Wall Buffet
Great food as long as you don't visit the sushi bar. Imagine a chinese buffet with half a Chang's Mongolian Grill stuffed inside. The food can sometimes be a little dry, as buffet food can be, but most the time it's pretty fresh. Don't go for the seafood or sushi - the sushi is terrible, the crab legs arn't worth the time to break into them, the crab wontons are more cream cheese than crab, and the salmon is good but very inconsistent. Other than that, great place to eat, standard price for a buffet.
Variety-full Chinese Buffet. We ate on a Friday evening around 8:30pm or so...wasn't crowded at all...We were just overwhelmed with all the different choices of dishes...Some that I can remember to get your mouth watering :p Mongolian pork, beef, chicken, Crab Rangoon, Veggie Egg rolls, Peanut chicken, Chow mein, Roasted duck, BBQ pork strips, baked oysters, steamed crab, stir fry green beans, spinach, seafood with white gravy, seafood with brown gravy, traditional soups egg flower, hot/sour, wonton, those are just some that I can remember!! The taste was average, not salty, not bland...My favorite thing on our visit was their fresh apple turnover/pie with vanilla soft serve, really yummy "make-it-yourself" apple pie a la mode! Service was good, our soda was replaced/filled well...Cleanliness was average..I like how the serving booths are a bit higher up ---I get disgusted with those buffets where children can reach in and "help themselves." --but this one was up high enough I thought!!....All in all...I would say a mean under $30 for 2 ppl is a pretty cheap eat for all the variety of Chinese dishes you and sample and devour...If you're looking for a quick ready-made meal, this is a great place!
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