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All you can eat? Yes please. Chowhounds discuss where to find the best buffets, plus advice and tips for hosting your own.
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I've been up to Charles' Southern Kitchen (on 8th, bet. 151 and 152) about three times now, mostly because the fried chicken is amazing. In fact, I never imagined that fried chicken could be so goo...
The Indian Cook House's buffet in Irvine (off Culver) is actually one of the better buffets I've seen for Indian food. It's a little bit americanized (not very spicy) but still very good and for 5...
It's a tad expensive at $7.50 all-you-can-eat, but I tried the Pan-asian buffet at Poppa and Goose again and really enjoyed it this time. They have a mango salad out that was out of this world.
In the style of so many Chinese and Indian restaurants in Greater Boston some Thai places offer lunchtime buffets. Has anyone any opinions concerning these? I saw one such buffet promoted by a plac...
I've been to Jewel of India and been satisfied for the most part. Anybody have opinions on Shaan or any other place worth trying in midtown for Indian for lunch buffet?
Bally's wild west and the seafood at Harrah's seem to
I went to Malika (43rd between 2nd and 3rd) for the
buffet lunch, and was pleasantly surprised. Just about
evertything was at least good, but there were two
standouts. The naan were coming fre...
Did anyone try the buffet at La Bella Vita on Rockaway
Blvd in Ozone Park (near Aqueduct). They have it on
Thursday and Friday nites only. I'm curious if it's
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