A friend reserved an area for his daughter's birthday inside this all you can eat buffett restaurant. It cost $10.95 for a lunch buffett. This place host the same business but to a new owner. The previous owner(s) failed at their attempts by charging patrons $19.95. Maybe it was at this price that their business failed. That is a huge difference of $9 per meal. Let me tell you, I have not seen that many people packed at this place before. The wait was out the door by 30-50 people long. They mainly serve asian cuisine and lots of sushi. If you're a sushi fan like myself, paying $10.95 is worth it. However, the hidden cost in all of this is that my husband and I gifted $60 to our friend's daughter. Therefore, it boiled down to paying $30 a person for lunch. But the cost included money gift to our friend and we also got food out of it.
What do you think of our monetary gift and lunch experience?