9958 Reisterstown Rd, Owings Mills, MD | Directions 2111739.411429 -76.769036
OMG BAD. Unbelievably BAD! Really expensive for almost no food at all. We went in for a buffet. Everything tasted old and cold, stale. There were only 3 dumplings and they did not volunteer to refill anything that ran out. We asked them if they could bring more dumplings, they asked us how many we wanted. We said we wanted 4 more. Other food were bad, too. Should not be called a buffet. SHOULD NOT BE IN BUSINESS!
Revolting Vomitorium. most disgustingly nauseating filthy slop i've ever had the displeasure of consuming. eating here was like punishment . never go to this shithole unless your some sort of gastrointestinal sadist .
Worse buffet Ive ever been to. Ok so we all basically got sick off of bad mussells we felt bad when we were in the restaurant and they have a policy that if you waste food they charge you (rice and sushi). The problem is that when we got the food back to the table it 1. didn't smell or taste right 2. the sushi was hard as if it had been sitting out all day. we told the waitress that the mussells had a funny after taste and she looked a bit panicked and got upset with us and said "well you have to tell me these things! we just had to take scallops off the menu because our distributor gave us bad fish, we don't eat the food so I don't know unless you tell me." That made the situation worse at that point i felt like a guinea pig. As far as the atmosphere, they were a little rude before we addressed the quality of the food and it was extremely cold and quiet making the dining uncomfortable. I am definitely not a picky eater and can honestly say it was a bad experience. We went to Starbucks afterwards and shockingly there had a similar experience.
Edible, but that's about it.
I'm new to the area, so I've been looking for a nice sushi place. I saw the good reviews for China Best online and thought I'd give it a try.
I wish I hadn't.
We got the buffet. There was a good variety of sushi available, so lots of new stuff to try. However, the sushi tasted as if it had been sitting out for a couple of hours. Fresh fish is moist and flavorful; this fish was dry, bland, and a bit rubbery. Also, they got the proportions of salt and vinegar wrong in their rice, so it tasted a bit too salty and had a strange doughy consistency. Some of the rice had the unmistakable crunch of having been sitting in the rice cooker for a few hours too long.
This all would have been forgivable if the restaurant ever put out fresh sushi, but in the hour that we sat there waiting, they never did--not even when a particular type of sushi ran out. The Chinese portion of the buffet had similar issues--it had been sitting out for hours, was cold, and was never replenished with fresh food.
I don't consider myself a food snob by any means, but I've been to good sushi buffets. This would be an ok place to go if you've never tried sushi, would like to try a variety of different types of sushi, and would have no idea what you were missing. But if you like sushi, pass on China Best.
best sushi in the aria. They have wonderfull lunch and dinner buffets.Wide variaty of sushi and tasty chinise dishes at great value ($7.95 -lunch, $14.95 - dinner).The quality of the food is very good,and the service is very friendly.We enjoy having lunch or dinner there nearly every week.It is not a fancy place but you'll have very satisfying experience.
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