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The best buffet around me The food very good and it feels like home The desserts is another level We went for dinner buffet, on a Wednesday, $21 + beverage. I was having shrimp cravings.. shrimp cocktail, salt and pepper shrimp, shrimp in walnut mayo sauce (where's the walnut?).. all did not disappoint. Eel avocado and Philadelphia sushi rolls hit the spot. Creme Brulee, nice crunch on top, custard was more like wet pancake, not a fan. Chunky pineapple sauce and rainbow sprinkles over soft serve vanilla ice cream was heavenly. Fan of pineapple here. Chocolate also good. Large Crab Rangoons, very satisfying. Crab Tempura, crunchy, well seasoned batter, some of them were not too fresh, unfortunately. Crab legs, wish they check the salt content in the boiling water.. way too salty. Mustard greens, not overcooked, nice green color, made in small batches. Baked salmon - way overcooked, pity since it was seasoned well. Fresh chucked oysters and clams - with a little dollop of cocktail sauce and a squeeze of lemon juice = super delicious! Peking duck - was so so, I would skip this next time. Love the small shark dumplings and sesame mochi balls filled with sweet red bean paste. Tiny white fish tempura - surprisingly very good, salty, nice crunch. The food here actually was pretty decent and fresh for a buffet. But it's the people here that really ruined the experience. We came here on father's day and the place was packed. We waited about 20 minutes before we were seated. And once we were in there, the buffet was like a war zone. You have to elbow people to get your food. People were aggressive and greedy and gave zero fu*k of other people especially when it comes to crab legs. They were stingy with the crab legs and didn't fill them consistently. People were in line and once it came out, the first ones in line were grabbing moutainrous high plates of it.. didn't care that other people were also waiting. It's really sad that you see the worst in people. And the restaurant really shouldn't be so stingy with refilling it when they know it's busy and the dinner costs about $30 something dollars per person. Other than that, their steak, fried shrimp and your other Chinese buffet stables like chicken and broccoli were all pretty good. So come if you are a warrior and ready to fight for your food. But for me, I prefer to eat in a less chaotic environment. Dynasty Buffet has a wonderful family atmosphere and great food, wonderful service, but some things were not great. The steak was rubbery. Not good, I'd rather eat a rubber chicken. The calamari wasn't the best either. I love calamari but this was really soft and chewy, I wasn't able to chew it enough to eat it. I ended up spitting it into my napkin. While the desserts look good they are not what they seem. The creme brûlée was overdone and hard. Cookies were basically rocks, I had to use all the force of my jaw to even dent it. Although the flavor was ok. The muffins were both hard on the inside and outside. The oysters were good but not trustworthy because they didn't even know what kind it was. All of these are true but I still recommend you experience the GOOD food they had like shrimp, crab legs, and many more. This has been by far one of the best buffets i have ever been too. A little pricey, but you honestly get what you pay for. The food is cooked so well and tastes so good! The staff is friendly and are always refilling drinks and checking to see how everything is. Their sushi bar is to diee for. They have a great selection of desserts as well and they even have fresh steaks short ribs, regular ribs and chicken teriyaki being fried. Aside from the food being good and the employees being kind, the buffet looks and feels clean. Food is always fresh due to how many people come and eat. Food is always getting refilled. I am so sad that this buffet is so far away from home. We need more places like this here in Queens. When i go back, i am 110% coming back to eat here. It is so worth it. With an abundance of these types of buffets in the area, friends and I typically choose this location. The hibachi is pretty decent (duck served in pillowy buns with hoisin and greens is unique and often delicious, and the oysters are a nice touch). People crowd around waiting for the snow crab clusters to refill. Pigs! Take a few, not twenty for your table alone! Jeez! As for the Chinese fare, it's what you'd expect. The stand outs again are the hibachi stand (the sliced short ribs are really good while the sirloin steak portions are often a bit tough/chewy) and the small sushi and raw bar area. $21/person plus $2 extra for beverage. Kids under 10 pay $11, soda or juice $2 extra. After 7ish, I feel like staff is slower at replenishing so get there earlier. Awesome buffet and I hate buffets but this one is great. Great oysters and clams yumyum Nice place, service is good and they have a good stuff. I like it and I strongly recommend it. Omg, I'm not sure if we are all talking about the same place. Chicken was rubber. Sushi was a bad gamble, looks like it was sitting out for an hour plus. I honestly would never step back in here. Oh and for the price, there are much better choices. One the best buffet I've eaten! Great variety of food, fresh seafood and attentive staff. I will come again soon!! It's not 5 star restaurant but compare to other Chinese buffet. This on is good one. Food is fresh and a big selection Went on a Saturday night at around 7pm. The place wasn't packed as I'd expected, with at least 6 empty tables. The place isn't as big as I expected either, and parking was a breeze. You pay as you walk in - make sure to order beverages as you walk in (free refill). It's BYOB but we made the mistake of not bringing our own shot glasses. We asked for a bucket of ice for our sake, and the only cups they could offer us were the enormous red plastic soda cups - definitely not appetizing. I involuntarily chugged down my sake like a champ but was weirded out by the lack of accommodation for the BYOB concept. They have wine glasses available, however - and I believe they'll provide them to you at an additional cost (would've been just as weird drinking sake out of a wine glass). The food was so-so. We only went there to load up on snow crabs and the oysters - which was good. There wasn't anyone staking out the oyster bar area, which was a nice surprise. I really thought there'd be people hiding around the corners to jump at the first sight of an oyster. The oysters and claims were fresh - loved it. The sushi was awful. Just plain awful. Don't get that. I picked the fish pieces off the rice and was about to spit it out. Gross. Loaded my tummy up on ginger to mask the bad taste in my mouth. There's peking duck on the other end of the L shaped area of the buffet - the man places the pieces of duck on your bun. Feel free to ask him to keep loading up on those pieces, and then add the sauce and veggies to the bun! The hot food was fine - I tried the veggies which were good. With my gluten allergy, I had to be cautious with the other foods. I also had the clams in black bean sauce - t'was fine as well. Among many other dishes, there's dim sum, soup, and even American food (weird? i was wondering who'd eat American food at a Chinese buffet, and oddly enough, I saw that many did). There's also a huge dessert section - I didn't try anything from there but there's soft serve on the corner and a lot of fresh fruit available. I'm not sure if I'd come back here, but the price - $49 for 2 people with one beverage - is cheap. Not sure why anyone would think that's expensive for a AYCE Chinese buffet with oysters and snow crabs! Just not sure if it's worth the trip from Fort Lee.- I guess a lot of people think this is a hot spot for birthdays because that cheesy birthday song kept coming on.. Don't put that on repeat please - it's brutally annoying. Good food selection, some different from other buffets. Overall alil pricey but again good food selection and good flavor Compared to other Chinese buffet's, I have to see this is one of the better ones. The highlights: crab legs (keep 'em coming!), sushi station, carving station and creme brûlée! Everything else is pretty standard, the service is ok and the prices are fair for what you can get. Me and my two daughters we checked in at 8:30 PM I ask are you going to bring any more food because they close at 9:30 they said no only 1 time snow crab so my 2 daughters start eating I didn't want to look like mrs cheapo so I paid $25 for dinner I want to eat snow crabs legs there is none I posted pictures and all I see spaghetti and rice very dry sushi nobody is eating it I have some spaghetti and rice on my plate I want for Second plate there's nothing to eat I talk to the manager she said she saw me eating I said yes I have to but I'm not here to clean the garbage she said you ate enough I said but this is buffet I could eat as much as I want she said what do you wan so we could cook it how could I tell her what do I want it's a buffet I said stuff crabs she said it's in the oven for 40 minutes I said on the end where is the stuffing crabs she said in the oven I said how long it's going to take more, so I had to eat couple of strawberries for dinner because they are closing in the way the waitress is watching me if I'm going to clean the whole restaurant and on the end when I'm leaving they make sure I leave them good tips for the $25 they need three dollar that's on 12% I'm so mad they are not clean my daughter sow them taking the tomatoes out from the salad to save them for tomorrow and couple month ago I sow them cleaning the table with the same rags they clean the bathroom sink with if you want good clean food go to in Saddlebrook New Jersey for $ you eat good clean and as much you want and no 1 make you pay good tips on the end this tips came from your heart for there good service not by Force Everything was fresh. Food was tasty. Nice atmosphere for a buffet. Good service. I will return when in the area! Great Chinese buffet. Set apart from others Chinese ones. You feel a focus on quality other than money making. Could be cleaner. The steaks are well cooked. I really loved the quality of the grilled food Like most Chinese buffets there's a large variety. However nothing is stand out wonderful. And most things are over cooked. Whether that's the ric that's dried out or the shellfish that's more water than fish. It's hard to maneuver and for the cost of dinner should be able to take a box to go. Not a fan. Great buffet restaurant I ever go before. Every station are nice and fresh foods. Foods are tasty Definitely go there again. Holiday hours not verified. Please call to confirm this business’ hours on Dec 25, Christmas Day. Dynasty Buffet Claimed This business has been claimed by the owner or a representative. Learn more

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