Of course, it’s the good kind of crazy when you dine at the Krazy Buffet! You will go crazy for the wide variety of delicious food and beverages available at the all-you-can-eat gourmet buffet with the food displayed in five two-sided food stations.
More than a Hundred Items
While the number of dishes and desserts served at the Krazy Buffet is smaller in comparison with, say, Caesars’ Bacchanal Buffet, you will still find it satisfactory. You have more than a hundred menu items to choose from, which means your cravings for comfort food with the gourmet treatment can be satisfied on so many levels.
Your choices include but are not limited to pot stickers, chicken with broccoli, fried shrimp, oysters, egg rolls, lo mein, and frog legs, aside from the large salad bar with plenty of seafood, vegetables, and toppings to satisfy your cravings for healthy fare. You should also look into the fried buns, chicken wings, Kung Pao chicken, spicy clams, boiled shrimp, and steamed sea bass as well as several types of soups including hot and sour, egg drop, wonton, and miso.
Once you have your fill of these items, you may want to sample the rest including black clams, black mussels, shrimp on stick, grilled beef spareribs, coconut shrimp, tepanyaki chicken, teriyaki chicken, and snow crab legs. Your Japanese side will love the colorful selection of sushi while your Italian side will appreciate several slices of pepperoni pizza.
Finish your meal with one or two desserts depending on your stomach’s capacity. Your choices include ice cream cones in different flavors, chocolate pudding, and blueberry muffins with the healthier fare being sliced fresh fruits.
More Than Enough Time
The Krazy Buffet’s hours also accommodate all types of diners, such as office workers who want to grab a quick lunch or tourists who want to bring their group for a hearty breakfast before their city adventures. The lunch buffet starts at 11 a.m. and lasts until 4 p.m. Monday to Saturday while the dinner buffet starts soon after and lasts until 9:30 p.m. The all-day Sunday dinner buffet is a must, too.
The prices for kids and adults as well as for the lunch and dinner varies. The Sunday dinner buffet costs around $12 per person.
The restaurant has a casual atmosphere that makes it possible to bring groups including families although you may have to think twice about bringing a date. The wait staff and chefs are also helpful, efficient and warm, which enhance the enjoyable dining experience.