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New Dynasty Country Hills (beside the Studio 16 theatre)
For those who have been there, what do you think of this chinaman buffet? Its primarily a buffet cause every time I go in, I never see anyone order off the menu lol. Its not bad for $17 (dinner), lunch buffet is $12.
But for a few dollars more ($20) Id rather go to treasures of China in the south. Only thing is theyre far but theyre better and have far more items (including prime rib, seafood, mongolian stir fry etc.
Last edited by maxwinedog on 04-03-2011 at 02:32 AM
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Originally posted by K3RMiTdot
+1 last time I went was like 3 hrs ago though don't think anything has changed since then
Well I wouldnt think things would change in a few hours
I used to go there once and while, for the money it was always decent, though they did try to westernize it with the fries/onion rings which was kind of weird.
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Better of to go to Imperial Dynasty way at the other end of the block of malls by the Tim Hortons and Burger King. Much much better quality food. They have a buffet also but it is small, but again IMO the food is much better quality-lots of crisp veggies and things are nice and moist. We usually just order take out anyhow.
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last night at imperial next to bk, I got stoned and ordered delivery, well....love the food but a damn hair in my salt n pepper squid .... I always drive by late at night and see they have poker games haha guessing all the staff and friends.
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Re: New Dynasty Country Hills (beside the Studio 16 theatre)
Originally posted by maxwinedog For those who have been there, what do you think of this chinaman buffet? Its primarily a buffet cause every time I go in, I never see anyone order off the menu lol. Its not bad for $17 (dinner), lunch buffet is $12.
But for a few dollars more ($20) Id rather go to treasures of China in the south. Only thing is they're far but they're better and have far more items (including prime rib, seafood, Mongolian stir fry etc.
I thought treasures of china had a change of ownership and is now called Asian buffet. When I went there under the Asian buffet name I noticed a decline in food quality although the Mongolian grill feature there was still pretty good.
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theres tons of off the food menu, i have a pretty fob taste, their off menu items are really good and big portions and cheap
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Originally posted by bignerd
What off the menu items do you get? Didn't know this was an option....
The menu items are much better than the buffet (we order from Imperial Dynasty frequently when I'm too tired to cook).
The beef with wide rice noodles (162) is the beef fried ho fan (I won't butcher the name in pinyin) I love to order at just about any restaurant and it's pretty decent there. The (113) Peking Style pork chops are the pork chops in the red sweet and sour sauce that was my fav dish growing up as a kid (they're not GREAT but they're decent at this place).
You can totally mix and match (as in, still do the buffet AND order some menu items) as I've seen it done there before.
It'll do in a pinch if I'm craving Chinese food and too lazy to get my Chinese ass up to make it.
Originally posted by hurrdurr
I wouldn't gamble with a DP on one of these.