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When in doubt, go for buffets. The indulgent dining experience is perfect for any and every occasion, with its luxurious food spreads and beautiful surroundings. Spoil yourself and your family with some of the best buffets in town, from a vegetarian option, to all-you-can-steam seafood, to sumptuous hotel offerings.
For a classic and satisfying hotel buffet that encompasses Asian, Japanese and Western cuisines, Langham Hotel’s The Food Gallery is what you need. Pick from the extensive selection of seafood, salads and international delicacies, and visit the interactive cooking station for dishes made to order. Look out for unique seasonal themes such as 'Lobsterfest' and seafood nights.
Treat yourself to a delicious Indian buffet at Jashan, an iconic restaurant with a loyal following since 2003. Enjoy over 20 meat and vegetarian dishes such as the signature Punjabi butter chicken, fish curry, and masala cauliflower. Finish off with a crisp hot Indian crepe dosa at the live cooking station. Catch the lunch buffet every Monday to Saturday or enjoy the brunch buffet on Sundays.
Searching for a guilt-free feast? Look no further than Everyday, a minimalist vegetarian buffet restaurant that opened in 2018. Serving reasonably priced and healthy vegetarian dishes including salads, appetizers, Japanese stews, fried food, soups and desserts, the restaurant is very popular. Don’t forget to book ahead.
Eaton Hotel’s The Astor boasts an Asian hawker centre vibe with a touch of Hong Kong cha chaan teng flair. It’s also beloved among local residents, with excellent food and generous spreads. Chow down on delicacies from around the world, including Boston lobsters, fresh oysters, sashimi, grilled meats and so much more.
Sometimes all you want is good old dim sum, and here’s where to get as many as you want: the all-you-can-eat dim sum affair at Michelin-recommended Cuisine Cuisine. Guests at the Mira Hotel restaurant can pick from a menu of over 20 choices, such as shrimp dumplings and wild mushroom dumplings with black truffle, after which the dim sum is made fresh to order from the kitchen.
The ultimate spot for ultra special occasions, the Grand Buffet combines a superlative buffet and a one-of-a-kind experience of being inside the city’s only 360-degree revolving restaurant. Watch the magnificent views of Hong Kong from all angles as your meal goes on, while savouring an incredible variety of foods, from Cantonese barbecue and fresh seafood to tempura and teppanyaki.
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