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CLOSED. Vast Asian-American all-you-can-eat buffet with lots of seafood selections and a dessert bar.

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In terms of size, variety, decor, and crab leg quotient, Buffet Palace triumphs above the mostly mediocre Asian and American all-you-can-eat pack. The official number of dishes clocks in at well above 100, and considering the abundance of seafood, it's an excellent value for $12.99 for dinner or weekend lunch (weekday lunches are $7.99). Shrimp prepared in various fashions--salt and pepper, Hunan, "creamy"--is a standout, as are the decently sized crab legs (and since digging for crabmeat can take a while, this is a good self-pacing strategy). There are also oysters, crawfish, several fish preparations, sushi, and American staples like onion rings, pizza and ribs. Vegetarians will find plenty to eat, though much of it is not spectacular. The dessert selection far exceeds the standard, with a gorgeous fruit selection, pastries, and a soft-serve ice cream machine dishing up no less than seven flavors. Buffet Palace is spacious and brightly lit by a giant chandelier and lots of neon lights--a uniquely kitschy setting to meet friends and wash down your massive food consumption with BYO treats from the liquor store across the plaza.

Elizabeth Bowen

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