Although Oppa Steamboat Buffet is not the first restaurant to come up with the idea of 4-tier steamboat, at least they doing it right.
The variety of food you get is more than enough to keep you a happy camper. For RM45, you can eat and drink as long as you want until they close.
Red Oven of SO Sofitel Bangkok hotel is a highly recommended restaurant for buffet in Bangkok. Food is served throughout the day and the spread is remarkable with a strong emphasis on seafood.
Imagine all the premium seafood you can feast on like Alaskan King Crab, Snow Crab, sashimi, oysters and shrimps - just to name a few. More impressively, they serve freshly pan fried foie gras too!
A number of people have been asking about the seafood BBQ buffet I mentioned recently in my Jae Koy post.
Because who could resist unlimited grilled fresh river prawns in Bangkok, right? Well, Mangkorn Seafood is the place where we had the aforementioned eat-all-you-can seafood BBQ.
Looking for a good durian buffet in PJ where quality comes first? Then you should definitely consider Sinnaco Durian Specialist. They offer different buffet packages that you can choose according to your desire and budget.
Gyu-Kaku has been one of the yakiniku restaurants I wanted to try ever since they opened in KL. When I learnt that they are having a buffet promotion, I knew it was the best time to finally give it a try.
A few years ago I blogged about SK 6363's durian buffet. That time, it was going for RM9/pax and only durian kampung was served. Now, they have upped the ante by offering eat-all-you-can D24 durian for RM16/pax.