Decided to try this place after seeing it online a couple of times. It's a pretty large buffet inside and was moderately full on a weekend at dinner.I was surprised when the of buffet had many authentic South American and Mexican items on it, like menudo, pupusas, chicken mole, barbacoa, lengua, fideo, and caldo. I tried almost everything including the regular items like rice, beans, & cheese enchiladas.The cheese enchiladas were rather bland, the borracho beans where a little plain and had tripe in them instead of bacon, which was different. The chicken mole was decent, didn't really have a sweet flavor but more of just a plain mole seasoning. The menudo was good, a lot better than I would have expected for a buffet. Overall the traditional items were pretty decent, while the more mainstream items seem to be less flavorful.The buffet also included roasted chicken, grilled onions and peppers, sausage, carnitas, shrimp, carne guisada, steak and several other items.On the opposite end of the spectrum the buffet also offers a selection of Chinese food, pizza, fried fish , mashed potatoes and macaroni and cheese. I didn't try any of these except for the fried fish this visit. I used a crispy taco shell, shredded cabbage, Tapatio sauce, and tartar sauce to make a fish taco.The desert bar had a decent selection as well. It included four kinds of cookies that were Hispanic traditional bakery items. Tres leches cake was available but was not very moist, and had coconut on top which I had not seen before. I tried the flan which was interesting and had a very strong sweetened condensed milk flavor. There was cheesecake, pudding, tapioca, fruit, fruit ambrosia, ice cream and other items as well.The selection was pretty impressive, our waitress service was decent, and the food overall was at least average or a little better. Another plus was fresh made tortillas brought to the table.I would return here to try some more items, it's a good deal if you like traditional Mexican food and have a big appetite.