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Hudson *Super* Buffet lives up to its name

MrsCheese | Feb 20, 200804:02 PM

Major thanks to hargau for mentioning HSB in a number of threads. I've been meaning to write this for a while. We've been to HSB probably 6 times or so on a Saturday night and have been very happy with it. For those that don't know, it's quite a large buffet with lots of Americanized Chinese food and *lots* of seafood, namely steamed snow crab legs, but also all kinds of mussels, oysters, shrimp, fish, deviled crab, etc. They charge $11.95 at dinner, which is just amazing to me, considering the quality of the seafood. And they don't even charge the chowpup (20 months) and she can put it back with the best of them (totally hooked on crab legs). I am a huge fan of crab legs but I hate to cook them at home because it stinks up my house. I couldn't even buy them and cook them myself at this price anyway! I've never had subpar seafood there, and we think the rest of the pupu stuff is totally decent too. I can endulge my guilty pleasure for crab rangoon. ;-) The servers are very sweet and the buffet is always well-stocked. Notably, we went there this Monday, which seemed like a gamble because a buffet on a Monday night could be a ghost town, which is never a good thing for a buffet. But I thought the food was just as fresh as the Sat nights we had been there, and the crab legs just kept coming and coming. I felt like I needed to keep eating them to keep up! I'm sure they hate to see me coming because I'm surely a loss with all the seafood I eat there, but this place is one heck of a deal for satisfying food.

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