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buffets with fried chicken?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by bdg626, Apr 29, 2012.

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  1. bdg626

    bdg626 Low-Roller

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    strange request, but i'm going to vegas with my family in a couple of weeks and my brother, for whatever reason, needs fried chicken at a buffet. i'd prefer an MGM property to avoid lines, but anything is fine really.

    thanks in advance!

    ps, he doesn't even the fried part! haha

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  2. UTE

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    Yes - it's there.

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    You can tell your brother *wink wink nudge nudge* that he should find fried chicken at most of the buffets.
     
  4. chef

    chef Resident Buffetologist

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    Virtually any buffet will offer fried bird - it's a law not just for Vegas buffets, but for buffets nationwide.
     
  5. Turtleman

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    I seldom eat at MGM properties, but every other buffet I've been to (a lot) has always had fried chicken. It would be hard to avoid! Yes, as Chef wrote, it must be a law.
     
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    Say no more!
     
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    LOL-have to agree as every buffet I know normally has fried chicken:peace:---and why do I remember :thumbsup:----because it is one of my favorite food items so always look for it
     
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    Wicked Spoon at Cosmo has very good fried chicken.
     
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    Person eating at the Sahara buffet says "Why does my fried chicken have a long tail?"

    Moral of the story: Avoid the fried "chicken" at cheap buffets.
     
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    chef Resident Buffetologist

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    Actually, fried chicken is an equal-opportunity buffet food item. Whereas, there is a wide range in food quality from buffet to buffet, there's not a whole lot of difference in each place's fried chicken. Sometimes the el cheap buffet bird is on par with the upper echelon fried bird.
     
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    Not usually a fan of fried chicken since it's not very healthy.. :cheers:

    However, it looked so good at Planet Hollywood buffet I had to have some.
     
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    Everyone always take the wings away. Leaving the breast, believe me I love me some breast, just not at buffets, gets me full fast
     
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    bdg626 Low-Roller

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    i feel crazy now, but did i miss it at the bellagio brunch buffet? i suppose i should have specified i was looking for it at on a brunch menu.

    oy.

    great responses, though.

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    :vomit::vomit::vomit:
     
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