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Best ≥ 4-star Buffets in the GTA

scherz0 | Apr 25, 201606:34 PM

My aunt is pursuing clean, fresh, nutritious Western buffets, and NOT flavourless, tasteless recrements at AYCE or cheap buffets. Has anyone any new comments, critiques of the restaurants below, or are there any new restaurants to suggest? The buffet need not be located in hotels, and can be located in the suburbs. Thank you.

I thought to update [this thread from Nov 2013 on 'Sunday Brunch Buffets'](, to remove the Old Mill Inn whose restaurant has closed and and the Windsor Arms's restaurant [that has been contemned](


Luxury Premium ($40 and up per person)

Ritz Carlton TOCA
$89 for adults, half price for kids, complimentary for toddlers/babies;
Reviews have been postive on quality and selection. Large variety including seafood, carving station, Hapa Izakaya maki; soup/salad, omelettes, cheese, charcuterie, dessert and alcohol. Service has been noted to be excellent

King Edward Victoria Restaurant
$53 for adults, half price for children
Not many reviews but a CH'er has mentioned it was a pleasant experience. It's not clear what they serve. Service has been stated to be good

Trump Towers STOCK
$49 for adults, half price for kids;
Reviews has mentioned to be ok for quality but they have a good selection. Service was excellent. Millygirl had a negative service experience (exorbitant and hidden costs for drinks).

Seasonal brunches
Frank @ AGO
Sen5es Soho Metropolitan
Intercontinental Azure

Moderate Luxury (Between $20 to $40)

Old Mill
$35 for adults and $16 for children
Reviews have mentioned the quality and selection is underwhelming. Service is efficient

Fairmont Royal York
$29 per person
I haven't seen a review on this one?

Hapa Toronto,
Windsor Arms Hotel
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