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Difference between Lunch and dinner buffet?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by bigslope, Feb 10, 2019.

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  1. bigslope

    bigslope Low-Roller

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    I know this seems a strange question to ask but what is the difference between the Lunch and dinner buffet?
    We plan to visit the Wicked spoon for dinner having previously been for lunch last year.
    Is it simply more meat/fish dishes or more than that?

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    Yes
     
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    Lunch might mean only turkey/ham at carving station vs Prime rib/ Roast beef,brisket + ham and turkey at dinner
     
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    Haven't been to Wicked Spoon in a while, but in general, dinner usually ends up being no brunch-type options, heavier meats as vegasqc described, and crab legs/oysters. The pastas also tend to have heavier sauces than for lunch, at least from my experience.
     
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    Thanks guys, pretty much as I thought. Will give it a try and see.
     
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    Don’t forget price increases is more. :(
     
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    Lunch and dinner are about the same, other than maybe crab legs or a particular carved meat like prime rib. The reason dinner is higher is because of the demand.
     
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    I don't agree.
    dinner has much more items than lunch.
    IMO, lunch is not worth going.
     
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