Eating your money’s worth at an Asian all-you-can-eat buffet is an art that can only be mastered with practice.
Some of us were fortunate enough to get good at it very early on. Our parents, who didn’t always have the time to cook us meals every day, saw these “$24.99 per person” neon signs as convenient ways to fill the empty stomachs of an entire family. We’ll probably never forget the first time Mom shot us dirty looks when we corrected her about our age in front of the staff or the last time we ate with Dad before leaving for college. If you’re someone whose family owns a buffet restaurant, I feel sorry for you because your childhood, like mine, was probably filled with waiting and dish-cleaning duties right after school.
A Chinese food influencer has been banned from attending an all-you-can-eat restaurant in China after he allegedly downed too much food.
Eating too much: The food livestreamer, identified as Mr. Kang, was banned from the Handadi Seafood BBQ Buffet in Changsha, Hunan, for reportedly eating an excessive amount of the restaurant’s offerings.
KFC Japan has officially opened its all-you-can-eat-and-drink buffet restaurant in Tokyo with a complete set of menus on Wednesday last week.
Located in the Minami Machida Grandberry Park in the Machida neighborhood, this particular branch of the popular fast-food chain offers 50 different items to diners, including the all-time favorite original fried chicken, biscuits, pasta, fries, curry, soup, salad, and dessert, according to Grapee.
A restaurant in Japan that lets diners batter and fry their food to a perfect crisp is all the rage on social media.
Kushiya Monogatari, which offers an all-you-can-eat buffet experience, is a kushiage chain with more than 100 locations across the country.
Any person heading to an expensive buffet restaurant thinking the higher-priced buffet meal is worth the money is probably just being duped into thinking so.
A study suggests that all-you-can-eat restaurants may have been leading consumers to believe that they are getting better deals or food just because they are paying more.
People have taken to Chinese social media to express serious disapproval of how some of their own are behaving abroad.
An incident involving Chinese tourists at a hotel buffet in Chiang Mai, Thailand has gained a whirlwind of criticism after a video surfaced showing the diners greedily shoveling shrimp with their plates. It was circulated on Chinese social media before catching the attention of the state media.