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King's Garden Buffet in Northpoint Business Park, Huntington, Indiana

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2807 Hotel Ave.
Huntington, Indiana  46750


Open 7 Days a Week
Mon. - Sat. 10.30 am - 10:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am - 9:30 pm


Lunch Buffet   10:30 - 3:00  Mon. - Sat.
Adult $5.25     Children 3 - 11   $2.95

Dinner Buffet    3:00 pm - 9:30 pm  Mon. - Sat.
Adult $8.55  Children  3 - 11   $3.75

Dinner Buffet All Day Sunday & Holidays


Dine In or Carry Out

3 Ways To Order While Dinning In:
1.    Buffet
2.    From The Menu
3.    Mongolian BBQ
       (watch it made on a flat top grill right in front of you)

Karl makes the best food on his Mongolian BBQ at King's Garden
Karl at work


For Best Taste:
All Soda, Coffee, Tea, Ice and Water Are Treated For Purity.

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Chinese restaurant to open on north side
 
By JEREMY SCHOOLFIELD
Staff Writer at the Huntington Herald Press  (reprint from the Huntington Herald Press on Friday 8/23/02)

A 5,000-square-foot Chinese restaurant will open in Huntington within the next six months on a plot just behind Applebee’s off Hauenstein Road. (Now Open as of 6/16/03)

Groundbreaking for the new restaurant, called King’s Garden, will be in the next 30 days. It will rest just 11 feet from the Applebee’s parking lot, said Wayne Grigsby, president of Northpoint Group, the development company bringing the restaurant to town.

This will be the 19th project in Northpoint Park, which includes the Huntington 7 theater complex, North Star Civic Center, Amerihost Inn, and Applebee’s.

King’s Garden is a family business owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Gui Xiong Lin and Hui Hua Wu, who moved from China to the United States 10 years ago. They have restaurants at three (Now 6) other locations in Indiana — Goshen, Elkhart (2) and Plymouth. (Warsaw & South Bend)

“I visited their other three locations and they’re just top-notch,” Grigsby said Thursday. “The quality of this restaurant is going to bring people in from Fort Wayne.”

The Huntington King’s Garden will seat approximately 200 people, featuring an all-day buffet with a wide range of items including Chinese, seafood, and some American cuisine. (Try the Mongolian BBQ - It is FANTASTIC!!!!)

The building — designed by Grigsby and built by Speicher Construction and owned by Northpoint Commons, LLC— will be all brick and stone, featuring a faux clock tower at one end of the structure.

“It looks like another fine family restaurant that is coming to Huntington,” said Mayor Terry Abbett.

Abbett was lauded by Grigsby for being a helping hand in bringing King’s Garden to town.

Design renderings for Hing's Garden Buffet in Huntington, Indiana

 


 

 
Construction’s over; time to eat

King’s Garden is the newest choice in Chinese fare

By ANDREW HANCOCK
Staff Writer (reprint from the Huntington Herald Press 3/22/03)
 

King’s Garden, Huntington’s newest Chinese restaurant, opened its doors this past week following more than nine months of construction.

Offering a wide variety of Chinese foods, King’s Garden features an all-you-can-eat buffet, menu items, and Mongolian barbecue on a flat-top grill.

The Mongolian stir-fry is included with the buffet price and is cooked to order. A customer can choose between three different meats, noodles, an array of vegetables, and a variety of sauces and seasonings for the stir-fry.

Cook Carl Wang, who runs the Mongolian grill, said he serves between 150-200 dishes a day on the flat-top grill.

Jimmy Lin, a restaurant employee and the owner’s son, said the restaurant holds roughly 200 people and has been serving on average 500 people a day its first week.

No MSG is used in any of the dishes, Lin said, and only 100 percent vegetable oil is used.

When visiting King’s Garden, patrons can expect a loaded buffet for both lunch and dinner. In the evening, however, more dishes with meats such as roast, pork, turkey and seafood are available on the all-you-can-eat buffet. The restaurant also plans to add sushi to the menu.

“Due to the evening rush, a 10-15 minute wait can be expected for parties without reservations,” said Lin.

King’s Garden is a small chain with restaurants in Warsaw, Plymouth, South Bend, Goshen, and two in Elkhart.

King’s Garden in Huntington is located at 2807 Hotel Ave. Business hours are Monday through Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

 

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