• Reviewed by: expecting2ndbaby  on: 2018/2/4 8:41:04
    I love this place. I eat here at least once a month. They have made some beautiful upgrades recently as well.
  • Reviewed by: bill_cel  on: 2017/12/19 6:49:06
    How late is the lunch price available?Thanks,bill_cel@yahoo.com
  • Reviewed by:   on: 2009-06-26T00:00:00
    I'ma seafood and Chinese food enthusiast and this is, by far, the WORST place I have ever eaten. The food was overcooked, undercooked, or should never have been cooked. Easy items like fried shrimp and General Tso's Chicken were butchered. The 'sushi' was pathetic and incredibly bland. It's sticky rice and avocado, the easiest sushi to make, and they managed to ruin it. The kicker to all this? Even their soft serve ice cream tasted terrible. I've been sick for two whole days after eating there. I've got mild food poisoning from New China Buffet. My vacation has been ruined. I'd advise you to look elsewhere for your dinner.?
  • Reviewed by:   on: 2009-05-29T00:00:00
    The chinese food while bland and tasteless had a wide selection from poorly attempted American cuisine to a sad attempt at Japanese Sushi. The crab legs increased the bill by $7 and were either poorly cooked or they obtained them from the dumpster of a restaurant who could not sell them in time. If you dont usually eat Chinese/sushi , or crab you might be fooled by the food but if you actually have taste buds stay away.?
  • Reviewed by:   on: 2009-01-04T00:00:00
    This place has a good variety of Chinese food. The only drawback is not having crab legs on the buffet. Besides that it is a great time and family friendly ...?
  • Reviewed by:   on: 2007-01-02T00:00:00
    This was a great place for my husband I to eat at. We both love to eat Chinese food where we live and this place was great! My husband is a big shrimp lover and they offer a big variety of different types of shrimp. We were both very ...?
  • Reviewed by:   on: 2006-09-13T00:00:00
    New China Buffet is at 1700 Hwy. 17 in the Surfside section of Myrtle Beach. We ate there the second weekend in Sept. 2006. It was very good! They were busy, but we only had to wait about five minutes. Since they were busy, the food was ...?
  • Reviewed by: jbeale  on: 12/27/2012 5:02:07 PM
    Just left 12/27/2102 dinner. Crab legs waterlogged and manager on duty didn't care, made no attempt to at least adjust one of the two crab leg orders, party of six. No return.
  • Reviewed by: gfurco  on: 11/6/2012 8:54:33 AM
    The food is great. We love the lunch menu. For the price and all you can eat, plus wonder staff. Maybe the past had issues but now great. You pick and chose. Not everything at everyplace, you go has everything perfect. If you want to pay the big bucks there are the $25 a plate plus places to go, or just go to a simple place like this and enjoy a simple meal.
  • Reviewed by: vbfcathyt  on: 11/22/2013 8:16:47 PM
    Veterans Benefits Foundation1203 – 48 Ave North, Suite 205Myrtle Beach, SC 29577888-940-8387VBFCathyT@gmail.com To Whom It May Concern:Hello! I am an advocate at the Veterans Benefits Foundation, non profit 501(c)3. www.vaanswers.org We assist veterans and active service members Free of Charge. We are starting to raise money for our foundation. We're having a silent auction in Feb and are wondering if you'd like to donate a package? Please let us know. We'd be very grateful. Cathy Tourloukis The Veterans Benefits Foundation (VBF) is a non-profit 501(c)3 out of Myrtle Beach, SC that helps America’s Heroes nationwide. We assist in a wide range of programs that help them make informed decisions, and promote soldier’s well being. The VBF offers help with home repairs, filing of VA claims, finding lost military records, finding programs that assist with education, financial aid, employment, and much more. The VBF also has programs that assist veterans with disabilities. Off shore fishing is a relaxation sport offered for those with post traumatic stress disorder to escape the stressors of daily life. Our Battles2Bubbles (B2B) program allows veterans with PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Paraplegia, or loss of limbs, to experience the underwater weightlessness and freedom of SCUBA therapy. The healing results of SCUBA therapy have been published nationwide, and yet B2B is the first to offer this program to veterans on the East coast without exorbitant fees. B2B consists of certified instructors that are able to help veterans through SCUBA certification, dives from the VBF B2B boat with others experiencing some of the same disabilities, and remains free of charge to the veteran. The VBF and B2B staff consists of 90 veterans or military family members. This allows the veteran to relax easier while being surrounded by the military family they have always known. Our goal is to assist the people who have put so much on the line for our freedom and give them back a little of their own.
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