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Buffet Features Crab Legs, Oysters, and Chicken Feet
The Mongolian Buffet
(4235 E. 12 Mile Rd. in Warren - 586-555-9015) boasts
over 200 items on its tables. I didn’t count literally
but I would not be
surprised if that were the case. There is the usual standard
appetizers to soup to entrees, and there is also sushi and dim
sung and a
Mongolian Grill (tip, please).
There is salad, pizza,
and a table full of deserts (no almond cookies
though), and if you catch them on the weekend, oysters on the
roast beast.There is even a variety of cold food unlabeled,
which is a
thing once you see that they sit among cold chicken feet.
My foremost rule
when dining at such establishments is “go for the
Tables in buffets are set up so that the first things you load
up on are
mein, fried rice and egg rolls long before you find the entrees
want. In my case that would be the crab legs, pork ribs, and
The first time I
went to this restaurant I did my usual half-plate of
protein so that I could catch the next batch of crab legs, this
being the most popular item on the buffet. Lo and behold, I
find a table
the back that is loaded with even more delectable treats, such
as a very
tender pork roast that you can serve yourself. It is for this
prefer this one over the more traditional family places like
the Old Style
Country Buffet, where they won’t issue you a steak knife
to go with your
overly-cooked steak or turkey that actually looks like it is
conglomeration of left-over turkey parts rather than a breast.
I also must admit
that I love the variety that buffets offer, but Chinese
food is really meant to be savored and that means fresh. If
looks like it has been sitting there for hours, it probably
They also have a
huge salad bar with plenty of veggies and fruit and a
variety of sauces. It’s always fun to mix these to make
your own sauce, as
most of the entrees are lightly seasoned.
The service here
is moderate, but then cleaning off plates of crab claws
not the most glamorous profession in the world. And we had to
seek our own
chopsticks, crab crackers, and extra napkins.
They offer carry-out
by the pound, party platters, and children under 2
free. When was the last time your toddler ate chicken feet?
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