Where's the best buffet you've ever been to?

Where's the best buffet you've ever been to?

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    One of the ones in Vegas, I forget the name of the hotel, but they had really good prime rib and steaks cooked to order. I went back after covid and its sucked, the selection was smaller, the workers were all grumpy non-English speakers and the food quality was noticeably worse. Thanks, Joe.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The Hilton at Gatwick Airport (UK) had world buffet when I was a kid. It was a world food selection and it wasn't just the usual "pizza, Mexican, curries", it had stuff like a French section that had escargot, never seen a buffet that had a selection like that since.

    Went on the MSC Euribia hoping for a good buffet (pic related) and it was utter shit. Aside from the great pizza (only had 3 varieties though) it was really shit quality and was unbelievably busy, with queues for every section. There was a huge queue for the section where you could get burgers from (because that was the only part kids really liked) and I wondered if I was missing something with it and queued up one time (wasn't, the burgers were overcooked, dry as frick and stone cold by the time you got back to the table. Apparently you get shouted at if you try to take pics so the only images you see of it are when it's empty and clean.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Found a video of the breakfast buffet which was pretty close to what I experienced. The dinner Buffet was significantly busier.

      Definitely in Las Vegas at this Italian restaurant in the Venetian hotel, although I think that the restaurant closed a couple years ago. Buffets in Vegas are probably the best though, it's kind of a big thing there.

      The buffets are dying sadly. Most of them are Brunch (like the MGM Grand) so the selection is split between breakfast and lunch. There as still a few high end ones but they are insanely expensive, it's cheaper to eat at a nice restaurant and get lots of sides.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Cruise ship buffets are the sort of thing that makes you think you’re hallucinating one of those nature documentaries

      you know where times are lean but suddenly a big kill is made and the alpha lions are swatting away the beta hyenas from the choice morsels and everything is hooting and hollering at everything else

      people rave about the food but idgi. It’s just unlimited mass catering sloppa where you have to dodge people trundling over your foot in their mobility scooters as they’re too fat to walk

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Have you ever been on a multiweek cruise?

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Definitely in Las Vegas at this Italian restaurant in the Venetian hotel, although I think that the restaurant closed a couple years ago. Buffets in Vegas are probably the best though, it's kind of a big thing there.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Pic related is from the Palms casino off the Las Vegas strip. It's about $35 per person and there are good options there. The prime rib (the red stuff) is great, I also really liked their s'more brownies and I shamelessly eat the breakfast carbs.

    The Westgate casino east to the top of the strip has the best beef brisket in the observable universe...it's just soooo fatty and juicy. Their overall food selection is terrible but the brisket is worth the $31.

    t. meat lover

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Also how do I stop posting pics sideways on here? Please help frens

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        probably the most lavish one i can remember was in india at a five-star hotel. one of the taj chain
        i mean to had to like indian food of course. but it was incredible, vast amounts of food

        what i do is open the picture in paint, rotate it as required, maybe make a tiny change like put a dot in a corner, then save it as a new file name

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        same. my portrait photos nearly always get flipped to landscape orientation by SighSee. it's so gay and frustrating

        probably the most lavish one i can remember was in india at a five-star hotel. one of the taj chain
        i mean to had to like indian food of course. but it was incredible, vast amounts of food

        what i do is open the picture in paint, rotate it as required, maybe make a tiny change like put a dot in a corner, then save it as a new file name

        the pic is already in the proper orientation. i tried editing & saving this one in MS Paint just to see if it would post upright

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          same photo uploaded direct from the camera folder

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The conrad hotel breakfast buffet in Japan, it's japan so they are obsessed with quality and presentation. the staff were continually re-arranging the food every 2 minutes to make sure the presentation was perfect. and everything was great. the price was quite good too, 5000JPY per person.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Oh man, I had some great meals, and never paid over two thousand, from salmon caviar, to fresh scallops in the middle of winter. I paid 1500 for a breakfast buffet that was well worth the price in Osaka's financial district.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sheraton Kuala Lumpur
    great seafood, big variety, all fresh
    unlimitted everything, of course
    very nice decor, very good service
    as I recall, about $40

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Old Country in Bellingham, Washington at the Bellis Fair Mall. A true American experience.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You'll never know the joy of the early 2000's Vegas buffets. When Mandalay Bay and Bellagio first opened, they had god tier buffets. Even the shitty casinos like Excalibur offered a legit $11 AYCE Prime Rib during the week to get people in the casino. The crepe station at the Paris was fricking flawless. The Rio was legendary. The Spice Market at the Aladdin was killer. They're all gone or all terrible now. You have to get off the strip and go to chinatown for good cheap food now in Vegas.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Used to be a point of pride that they'd compete for the best or best value buffets. Now that almost all the strip is owned by 3 companies, they don't compete any more and just rip you off.

      Circus Circus is the only cheap one, probably because it's difficult to get to.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you think about it, a buffet is to a meal like a concert is to a ...

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    A Brazilian one. I didn't expect them to have the best buffets but there was a large variety of exceedingly delicious food. I had cheeses, pickles, cured meats, sweet potato jelly, onion and tomato salad, spaghetti, cheesy bread, steak, fries and tiramisu

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Brazil, and particularly São Paulo, has some of the most incredible buffets in the world. Anything half-decent rodízio here that focuses on meat, or Pizza, will put most buffets in other places to shame. I imagine sushi buffets in Japan are better than ours, though. But I'm going to out them to the test this coming March.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        whats the fanciest buffet in sao paulo?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Brazilian buffets aren't really as focused on being "fancy" as a la carte places. They are unbeatable (in my experience) when it comes to quality and deliciousness of food.
          That being said, the best ones are more than fancy enough.

          The most recent steakhouse I've been that is really excellent is Fogo de Chão.
          https://fogodechao.com/
          They currently have multiple restaurants in other countries too, a few in Europe, some in the US. So maybe you can try them there without visiting Brazil. If you never tried this style of buffet it can be a really incredible experience. It's focused on various meats, and the waiter will bring the chunks of meat in these big metal skewers straight from the fire of the barbecue to your table.

          For rodízios de pizza (a continuous stream of many flavors of pizza) I'm partial to Casa da Pizza.
          https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g303631-d4090305-Reviews-Casa_da_Pizza-Sao_Paulo_State_of_Sao_Paulo.html
          It's a cheaper place, but they have variety and excellent taste. As a bonus, you get to snap pictures of the weirdest types of pizza to share with people and talk about "crazy food lol" if you're a moronic Instagram-kind of person.

          For a Japanese buffet, I could recommend several that are good. But since you're looking for a fancy place, you could try Kanoe.
          https://kanoerestaurant.com/en/
          They only have 8 tables and you have to reserve well in advance (months ahead), at a cost of $200 (dollars) per person. A ridiculous amount of money in Brazil, in case it isn't clear. I've never been personally, but it keeps kicking ass in reviews ever since it opened. This place is so pretentious that even the address is "secret". It isn't publicly known, and they only share it with you a few hours before your reservation is about to start.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I went to Fogo se Chão in Rio and indeed it was great. All that meat being passed around in addition to a sumptuous buffet.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Muscat, Oman
    And for the apricots
    I think they were just let to sit in cloves

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Bahrain hotels have "brunch buffets" on weekends that are absolutely not "brunch" by any stretch of the imagination.
    You come in around noon and stay until four or five with bottomless drinks and endless food. There will be dozens of stations - at least one long steak bar, one long sushi bar, typically separate bars for shellfish and regular fish, a cheese station, several rows of hors d'ouevres, a pasta section, soups, appetizers, every imaginable kind of dessert. One I went to had an entire separate room for nothing but bread, pastries, and cheese. Even just the servers dishing out all this food amount to at least twenty or thirty people at all times. A few hundred will be eating at once, all getting plastered. Pic related is the Sofitel, it was the nicest I saw.
    There will always be a live band and as patrons get drunker over the course of the day the entertainment gets weirder. There are often clowns making balloon animals, one had a pony you could ride around the courtyard, and another had a fricking train of pizza carts roll around the room with dudes cutting you slices dressed up as Italian stereotypes while one ran around with a bullhorn hyping up every customer who asked for pizza. Gulf Arab oil money is absolutely unhinged.

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