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    How many in six hours?

    My Thai mate works at the Dusit Thani. Whilst having a beer at the local this evening, he shoved this under my nose...




    Now, don't get fookin' jealous but,how many 'lumps' of imported steaks, Chateaux Briand (or whatever it's called) rack of lamb, fillet ming ewe,turky breasts etc.
    Could you fookers, living here on peanuts, eat in six hours?

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    Just one will do.

    Swilling at a pig trough is not for me.

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    The first five hours would be spent advising the management about the importance of English writers that can actually write the language. Especially for a company such as Dusit Thani.

    'For two person at Saturday Evenings barbecue.'

    Poor self representation of the company.

    They should aim higher.

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    Bring an assortment of sealable plastic bags, fill them discretely under your table, then slip into a small rucksack or similar.

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    ^^no, it's authentic Thaistyle; very carefully, and expensively, crafted...

    Buffets always sound nicer than they end up being. A nice bit of lobster starter, a big T bone, followed a creme caramel. Sorted.


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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyboy View Post

    Could you fookers, living here on peanuts, eat in six hours?
    Do not be decieved by my diminutive stature. I could make the Dusit Thani rue the day they ever conceived the idea of a one price buffet. Like a camel, I can tuck a weeks grub away before you can say ' tarter sauce ' and what I can't eat I can stuff into special custom made pockets in my innoculous garb. Take me and make them cry.

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    ^ I go early and just eat them out of smoked salmon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyboy
    Now, don't get fookin' jealous but,how many 'lumps' of imported steaks, Chateaux Briand (or whatever it's called) rack of lamb, fillet ming ewe,turky breasts etc. Could you fookers, living here on peanuts, eat in six hours?
    I can get a double pussy stack for 1500 so who gives a monkeys about your posh khao

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    This is Thailand; if someone offers you canapes I recommend you check whether they are mushy ones first. A top notch establishment should know better...


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    Here they call it a Buffet Gogo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerbil View Post

    I go early and just eat them out of smoked salmon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gerbil View Post

    Bring an assortment of resealable plastic bags, fill them discretely under your table, then slip into a small rucksack or similar.


    have you provisioned a race boat in a previous life ?


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    The sheraton also has a very nice weekend BBQ buffet by the pool.

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    ^

    Bit different when you have to pay for it

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    It's very fairly priced, but for sure free is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerbil
    Bring an assortment of sealable plastic bags, fill them discretely under your table, then slip into a small rucksack or similar.
    OK, who are you and what have you done with the real DJ Pat?

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    Nice buffet but didn't see any big steaks!
    The two types of gravy that I tasted were excellent.









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    Nice selection of cheeses but, I was bursting!

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    Get in there Chas ^ similar to the feeling I had at around 1.30pm yesterday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangyai View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by charleyboy View Post

    Could you fookers, living here on peanuts, eat in six hours?
    Do not be decieved by my diminutive stature. I could make the Dusit Thani rue the day they ever conceived the idea of a one price buffet. Like a camel, I can tuck a weeks grub away before you can say ' tarter sauce ' and what I can't eat I can stuff into special custom made pockets in my innoculous garb. Take me and make them cry.
    I doubt they care how much you eat, it's not like you'll have them whipping the kitchen staff into creating more dishes.

    As for me, buffets are terrible value; most I'll have is one plate with a supplementary nibble of anything that might tickle the buds.

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    Hope the margarita was good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leemo
    As for me, buffets are terrible value
    I agree. Luckily for me, it was a freebie.

    Klong. It sure was.

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    Any Lobster Tails?

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    Very nice, Charley.

    But what's up with the girl's drink???


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