Chinese buffet: Double Dragon  » Restaurants  »
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9006 Commercial Street, New Minas, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • The first few times we were here we found some things that we really enjoyed, such as the chicken balls and the bean sprouts, plus they offered a decent dessert area, but after going back a few more times, we have decided that we will not be returning as the food is just not of a very good quality
  • There is definitely not a lot of breathing room

    • by C Mac
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      This is a Chinese buffet in the Valley area of Nova Scotia. We have tried it a few times in recent months with mixed feelings.

      The first few times we were here we found some things that we really enjoyed, such as the chicken balls and the bean sprouts, plus they offered a decent dessert area, but after going back a few more times, we have decided that we will not be returning as the food is just not


      of a very good quality.

      The buffet is reasonably priced.

      It features typical buffet items such as chicken balls, beef and broccoli, won tons, chicken fried rice, bean sprouts and so on, along with a salad bar, a place to grill your own meat off to the side in it’s own little area, and a dessert bar featuring chocolate and vanilla pudding, squares and so on.

      The atmosphere is not all that pleasant.

      It is dark and crowded and ...


      • we find that when we eat here we are always dodging people at a very crowded buffet, and bumping chairs with people at nearby tables when we go to get up or sit down.

        There is definitely not a lot of breathing room.

        The staff is fairly friendly, but they do not attend to you much, which I guess is to be expected at a buffet where you serve yourself.

        The parking area is large and you should have

        no problems finding a spot.

        The location of the restaurant is also very good, in the centre of town on the main street, easily accessible while driving through town.

        If you’re in the mood for a Chinese buffet, I would suggest going down the street to try Kao, but if that is full, you may find this place to be decent, I just would not expect especially tasty food, and be prepared to wait in a cramped buffet area.




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