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Summary

Overall RatingBased on 21 reviews
Food/Drink3.7
Value3.4
Ambience3.6
Service3.8
$68/pax
Poached Eggs and Foie Gras laced with Truffle Hollandaise, Beet Root Salmon, California maki, Cheese cake, Crabmeat Salad, Design your own sandwiches, Foie Gras de Canard Et Aux Pomme, Parma Ham with Rock- melon, Slow Cooked Soft Boiled Egg with Unagi and Rice, Steamed cod, Wagyu Beef Tongue Burger with Coulommiers Cheese, green tea loaf, lemon cake, poached mackerel, rock oysters and tempura, sashimi, slow-cooked soft boiled egg with unagi, teriyaki, turkey burger View all
Buffet, Large Groups/Gathering, Children/Family, Dinner, Girls Night Out, Quiet, After Work, Boys Night Out, Brunch, Lunch, Vibrant/Noisy View all
Most helpful review:

Ever-evolving buffet menu or if you like poached eggs

Food/Drink 3| Value 3| Ambience 4| Service 3
Total Reviews: 230

The pillow menu at the Hilton hotels isn’t the only menu we’d plant our faces into. Though Checkers Brasserie still keeps its dated green and coral parquet floors, and its buffet menu continues to evolve: no buffet spread is the same on any day of the week - from Thai- to Mediterranean-themed weekday lunch buffets, to the Fridays-only seafood buffet and the a la carte Sunday champagne (Lois Roederer) brunch - it’s always an adventure for the palates. On weekdays, it’s a small variety of quality but fresh seafood, a medium-sized cold cuts selection, and nicely cooked roast meats. Egg lovers will want to save up for the Sunday brunch and have the eggs with wagyu corned beef hash, or the slow-cooked soft boiled egg with unagi, or both. For more buffet reviews, click here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-buffets-2014-*gid-033e3101/photos/#b0c60100


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