Readers' Pick: The Yu family's Rose Garden has grown in only a few years from a neighborhood enclave to one of the town's biggest restaurants. It's not just that the dining room is big; the menu offers more than 100 Cantonese and Szechwan entrees. Central to the buffet scheme is a Mongolian-style grill. There your personal selection of veggies, noodles, chicken, pork and beef, plus garlic, ginger, and soy-based sauces, is quick-cooked and then brought to you steaming hot. While you wait that two or three minutes, you can check out the soup selection and the already prepared entrees, such as Orange Chicken, Singapore Noodles or Beef and Green Beans. After that there are entire dessert and fresh fruit selections to explore. Whether you're in a hurry or are ravenously hungry, the Rose Garden is the place to go.
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