A crowd-pulling Asian buffet offering everything from sushi to noodles, sweet and sour pork and five-spice chicken.
The buffet's priced at $17.90 Mon (seniors $15.90), and $19.90 Thur (seniors $17.90). Children's meals $1 per year of age.
Traditional takeaways available, such as fish & chips and toasties.
Licensed/BYO. Open daily from 10am, late night until 10pm Thurs.
We don't go out for dinner very often as it is just too expensive for our budget but when we do go out for dinner Chinatown is one of our favourite restaurants. It has a nice family feel and there is something that everyone will like. They have the traditional chinese dishes as well as fish and chips and hot dogs for the kids and a salad, soup, seafood, and desert bar as well.
It is quite a good price for an all you can eat restaurant and my partner always makes sure he gets him monies worth by eating until he would just about pop. The only one who probably doesn't in our family is our daughter who only really eats the fish and chips and the icecream, but at a $1 per age it isn't too bad really. It always makes me laugh though as our son who is only 1 eats far more than her yet he is cheaper.
They have such a great selection of food, I like the traditional chow mein, sweet and sour, and barbeque pork dishes, but my favourite is the crispy lemon chicken which I will get the most of. My partner on the other hand definitely favours the salad and seafood bar and eats so much of the sushi, they also have ham carved off the bone that he will have with his salad too.
There are also a lot desert choices with jelly, icecream, cheesecake squares, cream puffs, and pavlova. Always nice to have a selection with a cup of tea at the end of your meal, if you can fit it in that is!!
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