Monday, 12 September 2016

WOP: Ibis hotel lunch buffet

WOP: Ibis hotel lunch buffet

I have eaten at the Ibis Sathorn hotel lunch buffet (every day 12-14:30, 229 THB) with friends many times, and always liked the food. 





There is a variety of Thai and Western food, most notably pizza and at least one noodle dish (changing from day to day), fruit, cakes, icecream (two tastes, changing from day to day), soups.





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7 comments:

  1. thank you for a lead, good value for money for hungry types

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  2. Must be many plates there not fully cleared for you to eat.

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  3. I am a bit surprised and disappointed about this post as Christian normally shows us the more unseen parts of Thailand. A buffet in a chain hotel? Come on Christian show us some delicious street food or other off the beaten track places.
    Or tell us at least how much you ate at this all you can eat buffet..... (maybe pictures before and after of the buffet?)

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    1. Fact that Christian doesn't like to fast food and is clearing his plate doesn't mean he devours everything in sight.

      I had a pleasure of dining with him few times and find him guy with modest appetite.

      But you are right , buffet in chain hotel is very not Christian-like but we all have our weak spots and moments

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  4. Ibis is a fine hotel chain. I use them a lot in Europe, but in Thailand there are cheaper hotels offering a decent standard.
    The buffet does not look that appetising. Also, if about 3 of us showed up, I suspect we could eat all the food on display.
    Z

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    1. The pictures show just a selection of the buffet. It's constantly replenished.

      No post about buffet should go without this video:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMVjskBB4w0
      "Chinese tourists pig out at buffet in Thailand, criticized as wasteful - TomoNews"

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  5. I found it interesting. I have never eaten there, though often am in Malaysia 24 hour restaurant across the road.

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