Thursday, July 10, 2008

Experiments: Chinese All You Can Eat Buffet

Who wouldn't want to go on an All-You-Can-Eat Buffet? Well, I really love going to these restaurants, especially if it's Chinese. I'm not a glutton, mind you, but if you want to eat a variety of food at an affordable price, then the buffet is the best option for you.
With a wide array of food to choose from, this would be a gluttons idea of heaven. I must stress out, though, that the food is not that good and it is also not that authentic. So if you are looking to get the most authentic Chinese food, simply skip all-you-can-eat buffets. I'm not saying that their food is totally gross. Well, their food is okay but sometimes, they taste alike (yup, they do).
What you can typically find at a Chinese All-You-Can-Eat Buffet are orange chicken/lemon chicken, beef in onions, pork strips, fried rice, different kinds of soups, synthetic crab, pork barbeque, coconut shrimp/walnut shrimp, steamed fish, other veggies, various deserts including soft ice cream, sushi/California rolls (isn't sushi Japanese?), different salads and fruits, and during dinner; crab legs.
Dinner usually costs a bit more compared to lunch because of the crab legs. Unfortunately, crab legs are a messy so we always opt for lunch.
Want to try it? You can just search for any Chinese All-You-Can-Eat Buffet in your area. We are still planning to check out authentic Chinese cuisine so wait for my take on that.

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