The Super China Buffet looks sketchy. My wife and I did a gut check before we went in.
The first item I tried (Hot and Sour Soup) put me at ease. The soup not overly Hot and not overly Sour. Rather, it had a deeper richer flavor than might often be found.
The selection is not enormous but is adequate. The food items are hot and appear to be rotated regularly. There is a house special thing served on half shells which are described as meat, cheese and vegetable. NOT recommended.
Common fried items such as Rangoon and egg roll were golden in color indicating relatively fresh oil. They also tasted good too.
The Sesame Chicken was quite tasty. The sauce was nice and the coating on the chicken slipped easily off the chicken when chewed. Even a piece of chicken gristle I encountered tasted good :)
The food was on the better end of Chinese Buffet. The food is definitely better than the building looks. Get past the building exterior and find some tasty treats inside.