I was reminiscing recently about how much I used to love the all you can eat buffet at Chi Chi’s before they filed for bankruptcy and shuttered all of their U.S. locations when I decided to look online to see if any places in Milwaukee still offered a Mexican lunch buffet. As it turns out, there just happens to be a restaurant called Burrito Bueno located a mere four and a halfÂ miles from my work where for $7.25 you … CONTINUE READING »
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I know it might be a surprise to some of you, but I don’t always spend my lunch breaks eating at places like McDonald’s and Burger King. There are even some times (although they’re few and far between) when I try to eat healthy by going to the salad bar at the Pick ‘n Save grocery store near my work.
Pick ‘n Save has two options at their salad bar; either you can pay $4.65 per pound and get … CONTINUE READING »
Aside from Chinese buffets and fast food restaurants one of my favorite places to eat lunch during my workday is at bd’s Mongolian Grill. If you’ve never been to a Mongolian barbecue I’ll give you a quick rundown of how they work. You start off with an empty bowl and then walk around filling it with various meats and vegetables before bringing it up to a giant iron griddle where your dish is cooked in front of you.
There are three different Chinese buffets within about a mile of where I work. One of them is even called Best Buffet, but don’t let the name fool you because it’s actually far from the best. That honor would go to Buffet City, which is located on 86th and Brown Deer Road (right across the street from Best Buffet).
Despite the fact that Buffet City has had numerous health code violations for things like serving expired milk to children, not … CONTINUE READING »
You can’t come to Las Vegas without heading to at least one buffet, so on my last day in town I decided to check out Cravings, which is the the all you can eat buffet located inside the Mirage. I’ve been to plenty of buffets in my lifetime, but this was easily one of my favorites. It was $25.95, so it was a little pricey, but with eleven different cooking stations encompassing food from every part of the globe they … CONTINUE READING »
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