WINE ME DINE ME
Is it just us, or have buffets become a guilty pleasure for you too? With all the stress and pressure of putting out the weekly magazine you're holding, it's so much easier to run to a buffet place every weekend for some gastronomic relief.
Plenty of Chinese restaurants offer a dim sum buffet. Hotel restaurants tend to provide international dishes in their buffet spreads. Japanese restaurants allow you to eat all-you-can a la carte items within a given time limit. There are so many yakiniku places where you can grill meat and eat as much as you want. We feel like renaming Bangkok the buffet hub sometimes.
However Bangkok's buffet scene is so fat with quantity and to spot a quality one among the crowd is like trying to locate your friend's head among the Silom crowd from the BTS platform during Songkran.
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