Went to Brampton's Wok of Fame for lunch on a Friday afternoon with a party of 6 (two seniors, two adults and two children). The Wok of Fame is tucked away in a busy plaza at Hwy 10 and Ray Lawson Blvd. This was not my first visit to the Asian buffet which is similar to places like Mandarin and other AYCE places that have become very popular in terms of dishes offered and price. On a week day, regular price for an adult buffet is $16.99, with 20% off for seniors. children pay only $8.50 and my son, who just turned 4, cost only $2.00. Definitely reasonable. The buffet offers a host of dishes (apparently over 170?) and a rather extensive dessert selection. the claim to fame of the feedbag restaurant is the "live cooking" feature where guests can select their items and have the chefs stir fry their dish in front of them. There is also a grilling station where you can select your protein or seafood of choice and it too will be cooked to your liking as you watch. Sushi station has a sushi chef preparing fresh hand rolls. While there was a sign that said "Sashimi", I did not see any and assume that is a perk for only the dinner service. As with most buffets, it is unlimited refills on fountain drinks and water. At the Wok of Fame, its serve yourself everything, including drinks. For water, there are fridges filled with bottled water (not exactly environmentally friendly and wasteful in my humble opinion - but I guess wastefulness is probably the biggest thing that can characterize a "buffet"). the dining area is very large and can seat over 500+ people. It seemed to be quite full with a bustling lunch crowd during our visit but never did we have to wait to get our food. Waiters were not attentive and let the plates pile up on our table. Even when we were attempting to square the bill at the end of our meal, it took some time to get one of the staff's attention. Overall, good bang for your buck and certainly a lot of choices.