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China Buffet Restaurant Review: This hefty line-up of nicely prepared Chinese specialties is a good inexpensive option---and it's all-you-can-eat. Fill a to-go box and you'll have trouble breaking a $5. We especially like the chicken balls with broccoli, the creamy peanut chicken, the boneless honey barbecue pork ribs, any of the veggie dishes (especially the green beans), the egg foo yung, and the lo mein. Soups also are offered. Avoid the "scallop," which are obviously stamped out of some sort of fish---and taste fishy as well. But other seafood is decent, if not exciting. On the menu, the Chinese barbecued ribs are standouts.