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    Montreal Buffets

    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    The only good hotel breakfast buffet I recall seeing in Montreal was at the Delta Centre Ville.

    I have stayed at the Holiday Inn Select but was not impressed with their buffet.

    Apparently one of the restos that is reviewed in the Montreal Breakfast Review does a Sunday Brunch Buffet, but my trip will not extend to Sunday so it is not applicable for me.
    Was surfing the restaurant review and ran across EB's post above. I remember a chinese all you can eat buffet, Orallover took me there a couple of years ago...but can't remember the name or exact location (maybe he can provide that info here).

    Any restaurants with good buffets in Montreal?

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    Smile

    If your looking for Chinese buffets, the two main ones I know are

    Le Mandarin Buffet Chinois
    7373, boul. Langelier corner Jean-Talon
    Montreal, Québec, H1S 1V7

    and

    Buffet Chinois Fu Lam
    3500, boul. de la cote-Vertu
    Montreal, Québec, H4R 1P8

    Other Fu Lam locations

    Buffet Chinois Fu Lam
    1600, boul. Le Corbusier
    Chomedey
    Laval, Québec

    Buffet Chinois Fu Lam
    3339, boul. des Sources
    Dollard-des-Ormeaux
    West Island, Québec

    Buffet Chinois Fu Lam
    201, boul. Labelle
    Sainte-Rose
    Laval, Québec

    Buffet Chinois Fu Lam
    4275, rue Jean-Talon E
    Anjou-St-Leonard
    Montreal, Québec

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    Ka Lo Hin buffet, on Stanley, around the corner from the Sheraton

    buffet maharaja (indian) on rene levesque near concordia

    otherwise, montreal is not big on buffets, and for health reasons, that's probably a good thing

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    buffet vichy all the way out at agrignon in lasalle

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    Breadman,

    Here is the link to the website which Techman had originally posted for the Montreal Breakfast Review:

    http://montrealbreakfastreview.com/

    There was a resto reviewed in there that does a breakfast or brunch buffet, I can't recall the name, so you'll have to look through the reviews. I think it was kind of a high end sounding buffet as opposed to the thrifty type all you can eat style, from what I remember.

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    Question I don't get it!!!!!!!!!!!

    We have so many good restaurants in Montreal and you only have one thing in your mind: BUFFET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    it's ok once in awhile

    sometimes, you just want to sample a little bit of everything

    this is especially the case with Chinese food

    i'd like to see a Mexican buffet, but I've yet to find one

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    Chinese buffets are often anything but Chinese... Americanized Chinese at best.
    Including the Mandarin series, all Chinese buffets I've eaten at in the Montreal area were let's say not at the good end on the taste scale. Overcooked food, old stuff stirred-over and over, humongous amount of salt, MSG...

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    Arrow probably the only buffet in Montreal serving decent food.

    There's only one place I could recommand in Montreal:

    Odaki on St Laurent, Japenese Buffet (a la carte) costs around 20$.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breadman View Post
    Was surfing the restaurant review and ran across EB's post above. I remember a chinese all you can eat buffet, Orallover took me there a couple of years ago...but can't remember the name or exact location (maybe he can provide that info here).

    Any restaurants with good buffets in Montreal?
    Buffet La Stanza in Montreal and Laval
    Just Google "buffet la stanza"

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    Quote Originally Posted by metoo4 View Post
    Chinese buffets are often anything but Chinese... Americanized Chinese at best.
    Including the Mandarin series, all Chinese buffets I've eaten at in the Montreal area were let's say not at the good end on the taste scale. Overcooked food, old stuff stirred-over and over, humongous amount of salt, MSG...
    Couldn't agree more...

    Now, Devilish/GOF frequently have a quite a tasty buffet available but I think XXXTase was the winner last week on Tuesday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarathonMan View Post
    There's only one place I could recommand in Montreal:

    Odaki on St Laurent, Japenese Buffet (a la carte) costs around 20$.
    Buffets are terrible for their quality of food. But if you must then "a la carte" buffets are the way to go. Kanda is another japanese place and Hot and Spicy for chinese.
    "Just When I Thought I Was Out.....They Pull Me Back In!!!"

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    Breadman,

    Try Zen at the Omni Hotel. It's all you can eat for around $35/person, but you order from the menu and they bring each dish out fresh.... No old food sitting under heat lamps. I have found the quality to be pretty good but I didn't eat there for a while.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Dover View Post
    Breadman,

    Try Zen at the Omni Hotel. It's all you can eat for around $35/person, but you order from the menu and they bring each dish out fresh.... No old food sitting under heat lamps. I have found the quality to be pretty good but I didn't eat there for a while.


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    BD,

    Zen is gone. It's no longer in the Omni, and I believe it went out of business. There is a salon of some kind where Zen used to be.

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