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Tokyo Peking Cuisine II

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4075 State Rd 7
Lake Worth, FL 33449
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(561) 357-9699
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Editorial review from Urbanspoon 5/5/2012

The worse place ever. The food on the buffet was cold, dry and hard. And I mean cold, not even warm. When I refused to pay over $45 for me and my two kids (who only ate a slice of water melon and an orange), they refused to let us leave!! Then the manager raised his voice to MY CHILDREN! I will never go here again and I highly discourage anybody from ever stepping foot inside. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 5/4/2012

This place, even at lunch, has the best sushi in Palm Beach county. Salmopm, tuna, white tune, etc.... wonderful and not razor thing. THE BEST.... more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 2/21/2012

Terrible food. Dried out, old food. Place is dirty. Not worth it. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 8/18/2011

i loved the place!!! the sushi fresh made.i ask one of special roll the sushi chef made for me right second. i saw the employees there changing the food tray every 30 or 35 minutes. my favorite part about this restaurant is that there's a live show of hibachi, it normally cost about 13-18 dollars for a hibachi meal and the show however it cost only about 14 or 15 dollars to eat at this restaurant with all the hibachi you can eat and the sushi and plus the Chinese food. all in all i recommend all Asian food lovers:] more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 6/28/2011

Went there for dinner this evening. We are total foodies, and this is my fault for NOT READING REVIEWS before eating at a new place. We are new to the area and love Hibachi so we decided to give it a go. The food here is pretty much the worst displays of food I have ever seen. Meats were dried out,veggies over cooked and bland, sushi was warm and mushy. No one was at the Hibach- everything was pre-OVER-cooked and disgusting. I am praying I make it through the night without being sick.\r \r Never try a new place without reading the reviews! more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 5/13/2011

problem here is no turnover,food gets old and cold. prices 12.99 for seniors 14.99 m-thurs. selection is limited ,some items are good fresh seafood like oysters and shrimps were good.small sushi bar. spare ribs had a good taste but have to be hot..chinese food to cold need a higher flame or better turn over need to get people in or they will not make it ...previous review who eats buffet AT 9.pm this town shuts down at 8.pm they are closing up never eat buffet that late.. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 5/6/2011

Just had dinner at Tokyo Peking Buffet with my family on a Friday night. The selection was one of the worst around. My wife had to ask If they were going to put out any food. The time was 9pm on a Friday night and it looked like they were about to close with the empty trays of food. The place is very small compared to other buffets around town. We will not be back. There are much better places with a better selection and lower price. Go to Ginza buffet in Boynton Beach. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 4/17/2011

Don't go to this restaurant! I took my wife and kids (10 and under) last night. Total including tip was $75. The price if fine with me if the experience warrants it. The problem I had with this restaurant is that for several of the more luxery items (crab legs, seaweed salad, shashimi) the ownership was reluctant to refil the buffet.\r \r Several customers including myself had to ask multiple times to get them to put out the food and when they did, they put miniscule amounts that were imediately gone and then you had to ask again to have it replenished.\r \r I will never go back. I don't want to have to chase the service around to get the food on a buffet that costs $17 per adult. Low class and cheap! more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 3/1/2011

Well how do I start? This place is OVER priced. Small and no choices in rice. I found a bug in honey dew ask one of the people to get some fresh honey dew and she walked away from me and never came back with anything,so I went to my server and told her asking for fresh honey dew and she looked at me like I was dumb I asked her are you reallying going to be rude this girl looked at me in my eyes and told me yes i am.I talked to the manager and he said she did not speak English well mean while she's the same person answering the phone and when it came time to pay I clearly asked her if she understands what I'm saying SHE SAID YES I DO not only was I treated like trash I was lied to ha what is up with people these days omg I have never been son upset in my life more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 3/1/2011

First time for my wife and I.....I was very disappointed. The place is small, has half the buffet menu of several other oriental buffet restaurants and an un-called for price that is normal for friday and saturday nights. The food to me was not as tasty as I have had before, not even the sweet tea was as good. Live and learn, first and LAST time for us. I see in the ads another Hibatchi buffet in Boynton Beach on this internet seems to indicate the LUNCH buffet as $6.99, but $9.95 each, and 1 ice tea, tax less a 10% coupon totalled to $20.78 and it really had no more but a lot less than normal ordinary Chinese buffet restaurants....Try Kingdom Buffet on congress in Boynton Beach. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 7/17/2010

After being disappointed by the plethora of wanna-be Chinese restaurants around here, I was glad to finally be able to get Buddha's Delight that tasted authentic instead of like Veggies stir fried w some soy sauce. Downside was that everything was awash in oil. Once they fix that it will be great. more
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