Five years ago Sue and Simon Huang bought an old run down public house and transformed it into a fabulous restaurant where customers could serve themselves to a range of almost a hundred dishes. Take the starters for instance, soups, ribs, won ton, spring rolls, yuk sung, crispy duck pancakes, chicken balls in batter or the prawniest prawn toast you have ever tasted. On to the main courses, the huge range of giant prawns, beef, chicken, duck and pork dishes make a glutton out of the most delicate of eaters. Then a visit to the dessert range where you can choose from gateaux, jellies, fruit and huge fresh strawberries. Seated in comfort with thick carpets and attentive staff Buffet Island led the field in buffet style dining. Visiting any Buffet Island Restaurant is a treat for all your senses, consistently excellent food, beautifully presented with an atmosphere that is warm in all senses of the word.If you are new to this style of dining you may find that the only drawback is deciding what to put on your plate!