Enjoyed broad range if food in buffet. Sushi, ribs, chicken on a stick, wings, Chinese food, mashed potatoes, chocolate fountain with fruit & wafers, mini eclairs, and other desserts and food.
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My buddy, my youngest son, and I stopped by because they love seafood and I love sushi. None of us were disappointed. Trying a new restaurant is always a risk but we saw the reviews and thought they were mostly positive. We waited about 35...More
Got here with a friend at about 12:40pm on a Sunday afternoon (New Year’s Eve). There were lots of people, but no wait time. Many choices —flounder, crab, shrimp, mussels, steak, ribs, steamed cabbage, many kinds of sushi, and cold salads, fruit and desserts. I...More
The outside of the restaurant was very inviting. It was nicely decorated for Christmas. The interior was very large with multiple buffet bars. The selection was huge, from sushi bar , to prime rib and crab legs, and ending up with several desserts The food...More
The food was good and flavored well for the most part. Lots of options, including seafood, sushi, and American items. I never found the prime rib. The steak was so chewy that I gave up on it. My husband liked the sushi. Dessert was disappointing....More
We enjoyed The Journey in September and really enjoyed it for dinner. I was craving crab legs so we went back last weekend. This time they did not have fried shrimp which was disappointing. I also began to panic when I couldn't find the crab...More
Need that fix but not sure what you want - go the The Journey. There is something for everyone. The sushi is perfect if you ever wanted to try something new without feeling like you wasted your money. The coconut shrimp - to die for!!!!...More
Decent for Buffet Food. So many choices of food.Extensive Sushi Bar. Service was excellent. Sunday afternoon and the place was packed. They kept all food stations full and hot. Everything we tryed was very good. Crab legs a bit overcooked. Be sure to ask for...More
Anytime I can get all-you-can-eat seaweed salad and sushi for 12.99 at lunch, I'm happy. Quality is good, and lots of other line items are excellent. Springs rolls and gyoza are horrid. Servers can be flakey (are we supposed to tip them?).
The Journey is one of my favorite chinese buffet. The selection is enormous and for dinner you can even have all you can eat crab legs! I've seen people just stockpile their plates with the crab legs. They have a real nice chocolate fountain with...More