Top's is a reasonably priced luncheon spot. You can eat the buffet and have a soda for under $7. The usual Chinese menu (moo goo gai pan, gen. tso's chicken, sweet and sour chicken, lo mein, etc.) are very good. Buffet items are marked if spicy and the buffet usually includes something non-Chinese, like chicken nuggets. You can always order from the menu, with lunches beginning at about the same price. One of the best things about the buffet is that sushi is included. And it's not just limited california rolls. Usually, five or six varieties are out, along with ginger and that spicy green sauce. Supper is pretty much the same as lunch. It's about $4 or $5 more and sometimes has seafood items like crab legs and peel-and-eat shrimp are included.