There are some Chinese buffet places in the United States where you can have some fun while still having your fill of food.
One of them is the Chinese King of Buffets in Grand Junction, Colorado.
The buffet is run by the Chinese National Tourist Association, a not-for-profit group.
It is the largest Chinese restaurant in the world.
They have the best food and they make it seem like you’re at the Chinese Restaurant Association, the nation’s largest restaurant association.
It’s also known for its signature Chinese dishes.
The restaurant, located at the Grand Junction Airport, is open daily, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., but they have some special offerings.
One item is a traditional Chinese dish that can be found on the menu.
It comes with broccoli, scallions, scallion dumplings, and egg.
The other is a new Chinese dish called kong-bao.
It uses ground pork in place of pork, but it’s served with vegetables and chicken instead.
I can’t help but feel like the Chinese restaurant association has taken a great leap in its culinary prowess with this new dish.
The original dish, called kang-bou, was created by the renowned Chinese chef, Cheng Yuanqing, and is considered to be one of the best Chinese dishes ever.
I had it for dinner when I was a guest at the hotel where I stayed.
I loved it so much I made a dish of it for my family the night before.
This is the recipe: Chicken and broccoli stir fried with broccoli and scallons in a rice wine sauce.
If you’re looking for something new and exciting, the King of Chinese Buffets has you covered.
The menu comes with the traditional dishes, including the pork and pork stir fried in the sauce.
You can also add a side of tofu, which is a special dish at this restaurant that is often served with the chicken and broccoli.
This dish is the perfect option for a buffet dinner.
You don’t need a reservation to eat here.
Just show up, grab your dinner and come when you want.
The King of China Buffets at Grand Junction is open for lunch and dinner on Saturdays, and Sundays, from 11 a.,m.
until 10 p,m., and from noon to 2 p.