We went a couple of days ago for lunch. (Lunch during the week is $10.99, beverages extra. I don't recall the other prices. Thursday is Senior Day, 15% off.)
The food stations are by category: Thai, Chinese vegetarian, Chinese non-vegetarian, Indian vegetarian, Indian non-vegetarian, salads/relishes, desserts, etc. There is no Japanese food.
We arrived about 1PM. There were a lot of empty spots on the stations, but also a lot of choices. The problem was that there were not many choices in each category, and most of them seemed to be fried. Fried food does not survive well on a steam table.
I tried mostly Indian food. The Paneer Tikka Masala (and the similar Chicken Tikka Masala) were good, but nothing special, and the rest of the choices were just okay. Nothing was very spicy, or even very flavorful. And nothing was hot--neither caliente nor picante.
Nothing Chinese looked particularly appetizing.
Warning: trying to eat a hard-boiled egg in curry with a fork and knife is liable to shoot some of it off the table and onto you and/or the floor. At least it did for me.
If you absolutely have to have multiple dissimilar Asian cuisines, I suppose this will fill the bill, but frankly, I'd rather just go somewhere and get either Indian food (or an Indian buffet, because most Indian food will survive a steam table), or Chinese food, or Thai food. Rajpoot's lunch buffet (across Route 9) is $7.95 during the week, and while it has a smaller a selection of Indian food, the food tastes better, and they bring you fresh naan rather than having it sit out on a buffet.