They make very slight changes in each station. Chinese might have chicken feet added, Japanese may have other types of Sushi, the dessert bar may add a specialized make it while you wait concoction.
I dont know.
There are small differences between lunch and Dinner. They usually add a better dessert like a hot cookie with ice cream on top. I don't eat seafood, so I can't help you with that. I primarily visit the meat carving station and it usually is the same.
I'm not sure.
I'm not impressed by the lunch so I doubt I'd ever go for dinner.
There are a lot of good restaurants for the same price
Higher price, longer lines. Same crap quality. Go someplace else. Definition of rip-off.
They have what is called a weekday or weekend brunch that starts at 0730 finishing at 3:00 p.m. It is cheaper than dinner obviously. My guess is there may not be any crab legs or an abundance of sea food during brunch, although I'm not 100%. I only say this due to the price difference.For example, weekday brunch is approximately 40.00/weekend 50.00. Dinner is obviously higher at an approximate price of 55.00. If you have a Total Rewards card it does not give a discount for this particular buffet, but it will give you "points". If you go at 2:30 for brunch not sure how that will differentiate once the food is turned over for dinner buffet. You'll still be eating and perhaps this is the way to go? Hope this helps. Either way, food is exceptionally tasty, most especially for a buffet.
I noticed at 3PM that crab legs were added to the buffet but the rest of it appeared to be pretty much the same. I'm sure there were a few differences but not significant. Again the best deal is to enter at the end of the lunch time period and stay over into the dinner time period. You have a total of 2 full hours to eat as much as you can. Trust me...you will need to be rolled out in a wheel barrow under all conditions.
The only difference is more meat selection and pricier king crab legs. But if you're okay with not having those, you can save some money and go to lunch (or do a late lunch and time it around when they change to dinner).
I agree, I think their buffet is almost the same, lunch or dinner.
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