A significant portion of the photos taken can be found HERE, though as my camera decided to malfunction quite early into the evening, the rest of the photos had to be captured using alternate methods.
Frankly speaking, I have never had such difficulty capturing photos in a restaurant prior to this experience. Both the area near our table and the buffet area itself were densely populated to the extent where I could not snap a single photo without being shoved or blocked. It was to a degree where even maneuvering oneself from one aisle back to a back wall became difficult.
Standing slightly off to the side didn't ease the photo-taking process either. Thankfully, our table had a decent amount of lighting, allowing for the following photos of Peking duck wraps and assorted sushi rolls to be captured.
I also noticed an inconsistency in the quality of food. Dragon Legend had done a great job of serving fresh sushi and authentic Chinese dishes (such as Stirfry and Braised Chicken), but their Western dishes were significantly lacking.
While browsing the dessert aisle on my first round, I picked up two small ramekins of crème brûlée and steamed milk pudding. Steamed milk pudding is a common dessert served at Dim Sum, and was done perfectly. The crème brûlée, on the other hand, tasted foul in my mouth: the ramekin had only been filled with one fourth of the custard before an equally thick layer of sugar had been poured on top. Not only was the ratio incorrect, but the sugar had been burnt to the point where it had become bitter. To make matters worse, the overly eggy custard was already at room temperature.
It is a known fact that the restaurant caters mainly to the East Asian population inhabiting the Markham area. However, I do not believe that this is sufficient reason to spend less effort on the non-Asian dishes being offered.
I also ordered an Alata Colada (aka the non-alcoholic version of a Pina Colada). While the taste was nothing extraordinary, they had managed to get the consistency of the drink to be somewhat slush-like, which did wonders for washing the horrible crème brûlée taste out.
While I'm usually not one to pick up too many sushi rolls at a buffet, their thinly-sliced tuna sashimi definitely had me going back for a few more pieces.
Nonetheless, if you are the type to prioritize variety and quantity, and don't mind the whole chaotic dining style, then I'd say give it a try.