I like this restaurant although the location is kind of weird. Its on miramar road but in the middle of the 805 and the 15... and both freeways are not close to each other. Overall, food is good.
Posted: 11/05/2009 • Link to this review
My family loves buffets, especially Seafood. Although not excellent, we were all pleased with the selection and price. We have been there three times and found them to be consistent in regards to food and service.
Posted: 11/03/2009 • Link to this review
Very disappointing. I would never ever eat at this place again. The food was beyond bad tasting, everything about this place was poor quality. The crab legs had no meat in them and had no taste, everything was very very salty (what are they trying to hide) the breaded shrimp was old (you could tell by the hard breading) all the crab dishes had the same crab "bits" stuffing inside (re-cycled from left overs from customer plates??), the deserts were sooo stale, you could not eat them. As for the non-seafood items, the beef and broccoli was just brocoli, the General Tao's chicken tasted like it was out of a can, and the chicken wings were like none I have ever tasted before. Also, the place had dirty plates and silverware. Many of the buffet items were left empty, no one would refill them (maybe that was a good thing). Take my advise, skip this place. For $13.99 you get what you pay for. Really, how much quality seafood do you think you can get for that price - none, and this place proves it. Spend the extra money and go somewhere else. Oh and the staff barely speaks english so don't bother to ask them for ANYTHING.
Posted: 7/05/2008 • Last edited: 12/26/2008 • Link to this review
Unlike most Asian buffets, Crazy Buffet has Sashimi & other regular buffet dishes. The wait staffs are nice, the plates are clean. That thing that makes me crazy about this place is the price. Its super cheap for a buffet. So it would be crazy not to eat here.
Posted: 6/30/2008 • Last edited: 7/06/2008 • Link to this review
What I like most about this place is the wide variety and selection of food items. The quality of some items seems to be inconsistent from one visit to the next, but overall, it's good and I'll keep going back!
Posted: 5/29/2008 • Link to this review
Crazy Seafood Buffet is...well...interesting. The food wasn't bad, but the layout is a bit odd. There was chow mein next to donuts! Crazy! The price for lunch wasn't bad, so I felt like it was at least worth the money I spent. My favorite part? The fact that they had soft-serve ice cream and strawberry sauce topping.
Posted: 3/13/2008 • Link to this review
Crazy Buffet...the name says it all. It was a mad house there when we had lunch on a sunday. The wait was long, waiting area was small and it was raining and cold so we weren't happy. When we were seated the hostess sat us and it was the center of a cramped area, we were a party of 10 or so. When the waitress took our drink order she got it wrong, then took forever for a refill that we gave up. The food was decent. The customers are ruthless with the seafood it was scary. I'm not particular to buffets in general but for the cheap price and "all ou can eat" moto, I guess you better come hungry... but not too hungry b/c the wait is insane!
Posted: 1/20/2008 • Last edited: 1/29/2008 • Link to this review
Price: For it's lunch price Crazy Buffet is worth your money although it's quality of food is still sub par. But for 8 bucks I guess you shouldn't hope for too much. And I don't. If you're looking for a dinner spot, spend the extra couple bucks and make the 5 minute drive South for better Japanese/Chinese food. Food: The Sushi Bar is nothing to rave about as with the Mongolian Grill however the buffet itself is again worth the lunch price but nothing more. Service: Service is lacking as getting a refill is almost nearly impossible without directly asking someone. I guess I'm spoiled thinking an empty cup at any other restaurant automatically gets the servers attention. Not here though. Others: Parking is compact mostly due to the businesses around especially the Starbucks. The interior is welcoming but it seems they tried to fit as many tables inside as they could without giving much room in between.
Posted: 1/08/2008 • Last edited: 1/29/2008 • Link to this review
I really liked this place, although some of the food items were misslabeled. They had frog legs and they were labeled chicken. The typical Asian soups were hot and good. The sushi was good although the selection was a little skimpy. They were weak in the dessert selection and some of the items were a bit dry. The price was outstanding for the large buffet spread and huge variety of food.
Posted: 6/01/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review