Buffet Restaurants in New York, NY
1.Golden Coral Buffet & Grill
3801 Broadway8.84 mi New York, NY$ Buffet RestaurantsRestaurantsAmerican RestaurantsFamily Style Restaurants
The food is so good you have to go there
153 W 36th St Fl 42.75 mi New York, NY Buffet RestaurantsRestaurants
1396 Madison Ave5.68 mi New York, NY$ Buffet Restaurants
4.Division Lunch Box Buffet Inc
15 Division St # 10.42 mi New York, NY$ Buffet RestaurantsTake Out RestaurantsRestaurants
360 Park Ave S Frnt 12.16 mi New York, NY Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch RestaurantsBuffet RestaurantsFamily Style RestaurantsRestaurants
My husband and I stake out the best churrascarias wherever we go. When we moved to New York 3 years ago, it was right around our anniversary, and what better way to celebrate than by going out for some perfect, succulent meat? We scoured the web, and concluded that Churrascaria Plataforma was our best bet. Were we ever WRONG! It is absolutely (I was so stunned by the poor quality, that I have tried both locations just to be sure) the worst rodizio I have had in the US. I wanted to ask for our money back. We decided to avoid the churrascaria scene like the plague after that, but one night, driving down Park Ave, I saw a sign advertising an opening for Porcao. I could barely contain myself, because I knew it was an authentic Brazilian chain that I had frequented when I lived in Salvador, and this characteristic I have found to be the most accurate predictor of good quality (like Fogo de Chao). We were not disappointed, and we go back whenever we have an opportunity to celebrate. We never wait for a table, which concerns me, actually. My husband and I are terrified this place doesn't get enough traffic, for whatever reason. Are people still going to Plataforma?? Yeesh.\r \r This is my first review, and I became a member just to write it. I would be devastated if this place closed, so I decided to get my voice out there and hope people would discover this same precious gem! It's not the best churrascaria I've ever had (I'm still a Fogo devotee), but it is by far the BEST in New York City. The meat is excellent, and includes some unique preparations (be sure to try the beef injected with parmesan pellets!). Try it!
102 Lexington Ave2.23 mi New York, NY$$ Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch RestaurantsIndian RestaurantsVegetarian RestaurantsBuffet Restaurants
Great dosas and uttapams. I go here often and even though it is always busy, if you don't go right at peak times then you can usually find a two seater easily. Big groups can be tough to get together though it seems. Keep in mind that this is place is at least authentic enough to make their food nice and spicy by _default_ so if you have a weak tongue you should ask for mild though I've never done this so I don't know if they take kindly. You do also need to be proactive in grabbing your server's attention because there is no discernible system to how they wait the tables and you don't have to stick to the person who took your order.\r The main draw for me is the amazing coconut chutney, definitely the best I've had. Even though there are cheaper dosas out there Saravana is definitely worth it.
16 E 48th St3.25 mi New York, NY$ CaterersItalian RestaurantsMediterranean RestaurantsTake Out Restaurants
I suggest Mangia for catered luncheons. My boss asked me to put together a catered lunch for 25 people within 3 hours. Mangia was able to accommodate me and did it with NO problems at all. I have organized luncheons and dinners at fine dining restaurants where I have had issues that were unbearable. My boss and his team raved about the food. It's a little pricey for sandwiches and salads but I must say worth paying the prices for the quality and quick service. I wish I had known about Mangia before today!!! I would like to send my appreciating to the staff at Mangia.\r
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