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Marjorie Smith 
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Re: “35 Chinese Restaurant

Don't confuse the one in Cary with the *buffet* in Chapel Hill. There is a huge difference in the food quality and the service. The one in Cary - the manager and two servers were incredibly rude and argumentative with us (after they told us something incorrect about what we ordered - and insisted that I was lying? - later the server who misinformed me apologized that he didn't know the menu, but only after he stood by letting another server yell at me that I was wrong, lying, and going to pay for the dish regardless...?). Food was terrible. Hopefully it was just what I ordered. I had the "Crispy Duck in Garlic Sauce." The duck was not crispy, at all... there was more fat that meat, and the sauce - while tasty had absolutely not even a HINT of garlic in it. All of this after the manager refused to let us have a booth right next to the table where he sat us, insulted us personally, then slammed the menu's down and walked off. We should have left after that. The buffet in Chapel Hill is incredible, and the service always amazing. Don't leave there without trying the Salt Baked Salmon, Hot Spicy Octopus and the Steamed Flounder (which seems to be in some sort of almost sausage a'jus broth). I can't eat much so I don't go to buffet's often, but $7 for lunch, $10 for dinner and complimentary soup... can't beat that.

Posted by Marjorie Smith on 02/25/2013 at 7:30 PM

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