Here's a buffet that does everything a buffet like this does. You probably want to avoid the sushi if it doesn't look like it just came from the kitchen. And you're more likely to eat more mayo and cream when you gorge on their baked shrimp and scallop appetizers than actual seafood. Do it any way, the concoctions are fatty, rich, and delicious - one of the reasons you came here to Brea, in a building that used to be the old Bobby McGee's. That and the deep-fried blue crabs, in which you try to recoup the cost of admission. The rest of the hot items are straight-up, gravy-ladened Chinese. And if you go during a premium all-day-dinner occasion, like Mother's Day, be sure to ask your waiter for the special baked lobster, which they'll give you only if you ask.