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    Landmark Hotel

    The Landmark Hotel in Sukhumvit had a four for the price of two deal for their international dinner buffet in September. On Wednesday's, the buffet featured Indian, Italian, Japanese, Thai, and "Western" cuisine. For me, it was the perfect combination. Great food and the opportunity to save a few rupees. This is what Indian wet dreams are made of. Now with that pleasant image in your head, let's have a look at the food.

    I didn't take a picture of the cream of mushroom soup and french bread that I started the evening with. Both were excellent. The outside of bread had just the right amount of crustiness and the center was nice and chewy. Perfect for dipping in the soup.

    Next stop was the Japanese buffet for a few California rolls and some salmon. There were a lot of other items also available, but I rarely eat Japanese food so I don't know what they were.



    Next stop was the pasta station. You would choose the type of pasta, the sauce, and the toppings. The chef would then make it for you and have someone deliver it to your table. That's right, this a fancy place. You don't have to order and wait by the chef. You'll betray your commoner status if you do. Anyway, after the wait staff explained to me that they would deliver the pasta to my table, a few minutes later I received my penne in Alfredo sauce with ham, onions, diced red peppers, and grated cheese.



    Now time for the real food, the reason I went on Wednesday, the Indian buffet. Just look at this and drool:



    To the left we have British style chicken curry. The spices were nicely balanced and the chicken was so tender it literally melted on my fork. No worries, you could scoop up the chicken bits and curry with the perfectly soft, fluffy naan. The two prawns in the center were imported from New Zealand (confirmed by the foriegn chef) and were made Bengali style. Just the right amount of heat to compliment the prawns. Finally on the right, lamb mughal style. Expertly marinated with a tangy yogurt sauce to add a little bite. I used to say Rang Mahal was the only decent place for Indian in Bangkok. Time to add Landmark to the list.

    If a hunk of meat with some veggies makes your mouth water, chose your cut and they will grill it for you.




    And don't forget dessert:



    The eclair was good, but the other chocolate desert had an apple filling. Strange combo, IMO.

    Like I said, it was a 4 for the price of 2 promotion during September. Total bill for four people, including two pitchers of Heinekin, was only 2,800 baht.
    Last edited by njdesi; 29-09-2006 at 06:24 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by njdesi View Post
    The Landmark Hotel in Sukhumvit had a four for the price of two deal for their international dinner buffet in September.
    And you tell us this today - on the 29th of September!!!!!

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    Landmark's buffet is great, yes ! The Amari buffet are as well WOW...

    I think the Landmark has this offer since long ! Check in by 4 people and pay for two at buffet is like permanent over there ??!!??

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    Looks yummy.

    I have never had dinner there but have had lunch a few times in the huntsman downstairs.

    Here is that thread. http://teakdoor.com/food-and-drink/2...light=landmark (The Huntsman Pub @ The Landmark Hotel)

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