The lot of you arrive at a small Chinese Buffet after a quick walk. The roads here are obscured by manicured rows of trees, so the walk is quieter than you might have expected.
Little China is a run-of-the-mill place, red exterior (used to be some other restaurant and was converted), a golden dragon on the roof. Inside it is wide open design, cheap metal tables, pleasant, young staff, and two long buffet lines. It's later lunch, so some seats are available in the short row of booths, but with five of you, one of you sat at the end. Who was that?
Pen-Day, do you share your memory?
Who already has a plate full of food?
Do you really expect to get out of here for $25?