Friday, February 25, 2005
This is Paul
We went to the Taiwan Buffet for lunch today. We probably should have gone for pho instead, but went for quantity. We got what we were looking for, but I am not finding it as satisfying as I used to. Are "good" and "buffet" mutually exclusive? Certainly the attention to detail found in an individual dish prepared for a single person is not present. On the other hand, you can eat a pound of (room temperature) dumplings, or all of the (stale) cake, or an entire tray of (actually pretty good) sesame chicken for $6.90. I think my reality is that I am going to try to find something a little more fresh and less huge next time. It's nice to live someplace with options though.