|LUNCH BUFFET Mon. – Fri.: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm|
|DINNER BUFFET Mon. – Thurs.: 4:00 pm – 9:30 pm|
All considered, our analysis yielded an average buffet price of ~$20. Like most restaurants, buffets operate on extremely thin margins: For every $20 in revenue, $19 might go toward overhead, leaving $1 (5%) in net profit. Buffets often break even on food and eke out a profit by minimizing the cost of labor.
|Fri – Sat:||4:00pm – 10:00pm||$10.99|
|Sunday All Day(Temporarily close)||11:30am – 9:30pm||$10.99|
Because most of the Chinese food eating places in America are take-out places where most of the items are cheap , so that’s why Chinese food is perceived to cheap . On the other hand, high end Chinese restaurants serve more authentic Chinese dishes.
Nah – buffets lose money when they make too much food for the number of guests that they serve in a given meal period. As long as the big eater paid, the restaurant is at least breaking even on the food he consumed.
TRICKS TO BEAT THE BUFFET Do a full sweep of what’s on offer – you don’t want to commit too early. No drinks – a glass of Coke costs a restaurant about 15p but you’ll be charged much more. If you’re thirsty, choose free tap water. Avoid cheap food, such as pizza and chips.
Most of the dishes are revised versions of what’s in China —or don’t exist at all. You won’t find cream cheese wontons China , nor other American staples like chop suey or beef with broccoli. “People in China don’t eat as much fried rice [either],” Lee adds.
Pre- Buffet Stay Hydrated. Throughout the day, drink water to stretch your stomach. Prepare Your Stomach. Eat a light meal before your all-you-can- eat (AYCE) meal . Keep Moving. Move around or do some exercise. Browse. Look at all the selections before eating . Set a Game Plan. Eat Slowly. Keep moving. Eat and Repeat.