Monday, 24 March 2014 15:10

West Michigan's Best Buffets: Four Places to Get Your Gorge On

Written by  Alexandra Kadlec
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Bombay Indian Cuisine (1420 Lake Dr. SE, Grand Rapids)

Considering its very reasonable price of $10, Bombay's lunch buffet could very well become your go-to weekday haunt. A variety of meat and vegetarian dishes, naan and warm rice pudding await your selection. This buffet is also a great way to sample Indian cuisine (if it hasn’t crossed your radar yet). Find out what you love and come back for dinner.

 

Alpen Rose Restaurant (4 E 8th St., Holland)

Walk into Alpen Rose Restaurant on a Sunday morning, and you know you've hit the foodie jackpot. The Sunday Brunch, $15 per person and available from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., offers way more than your typical late-morning offerings. Featuring eight entrees, fruit and vegetable dishes, soups, gourmet desserts and more, this is a classy affair that's all about presentation.

 

Hibachi Sushi Buffet (4405 S. Westnedge Ave., Kalamazoo)

Sushi is one of those foods you can pop into your mouth one after the other and never feel sickly full. If this is the way you want things to go down, then perfect—Hibachi Sushi Buffet has got you covered. With a large selection of rolls and Chinese and Korean dishes offered, you can really eat your heart out.

 

Six One Six (JW Marriott Grand Rapids, 235 Louis Campau NW, Grand Rapids)

Make a weekend date at the JW Marriott in downtown Grand Rapids. Breakfast fare is served a la carte, but at $19, the breakfast buffet will really give you bang foryour buck. Some of the tasty selections include house-made parfait, smoked salmon, specially ordered omelets, and buttermilk waffles with Michigan maple syrup. 

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