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margaritaman Aug 2, 2006 04:08 PM

Are there any all you could eat buffets around?

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    devil RE: margaritaman Aug 2, 2006 05:16 PM

    http://www.cocosushi.com/
    http://churrascariaplataforma.com/
    Yakiniku Juju
    Ambassador Grill
    Sapphire Indian
    Tennessee Mountain
    Becco

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      calypsogirl RE: devil Aug 2, 2006 05:30 PM

      Tennessee Moutain in Soho closed in or around April.

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        devil RE: calypsogirl Aug 2, 2006 05:34 PM

        I had thought so, but when I checked their website just now, there is no mention of it. Sorry about that.

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        devil RE: devil Aug 2, 2006 05:40 PM

        Neither Coco nor Churrascaria nor Yakiniku are buffets, but they just have AYCE.

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          theannerska RE: devil Aug 2, 2006 10:57 PM

          True - though Churrascaria has that unlimited salad bar that is essentially a secondary buffet to their ayce meat-fest.

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        belle RE: margaritaman Aug 2, 2006 05:22 PM

        Becco isnt a buffet, they have an unlimited pasta deal but they serve you. There a number of Indian places in midtown that serve buffet lunch.

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          devil RE: belle Aug 2, 2006 05:35 PM

          Of course - I added that more for the AYCE feature, not the buffet feature.

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            Pupster RE: belle Aug 4, 2006 01:20 PM

            In a similar vein, I believe Todd English's English is Italian also offers an AYCE pasta prix fixe. Someone wrote about it way back when, if you do a search.

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            Pupster RE: margaritaman Aug 2, 2006 08:23 PM

            You can try Todai (the old Minado) on E.32 St. Korean/Japanese.
            A budget option is Arang with a smaller buffet and less extensive selection. My recent review: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

            1. bigmackdaddy RE: margaritaman Aug 3, 2006 02:47 AM

              I remember going to a few Brazillian restaurants in the upper W.40's between 5th and 6th Ave's, they had all you can eat. You help yourself to the salad bar, which is enormous, and you turn a wooden knob upsidedown or rightside up if you want more of their meat selection.

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                fascfoo RE: margaritaman Aug 4, 2006 04:11 AM

                There's a nice mainly seafood based ayce buffet place in K-town. Can't remember the name, but it's on the same street as Hangawi.

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