American Chinese Buffet Restaurants

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Buffet-style American Chinese restaurants, which have recently seen an increase in popularity, tend to serve a wide variety of food in buffet style; the authenticity of the food may vary from outlet to outlet. Buffets are effective for serving large numbers of people at once. For this reason, they are prevalent in institutional settings, such as business conventions or large catered parties.

The following dishes cover the essentials of a “buffet” luncheon. Beverages: punch, coffee, chocolate (poured from urn, or filled cups brought from pantry on tray); hot entrées of various sorts (served from chafing dish or platter) preceded by hot bouillon; cold entrées, salads, lobster, potatoes, chicken, shrimp, with heavy dressings; hot rolls, wafer-cut sandwiches (lettuce, tomato, deviled ham, etc.); small cakes, frozen creams and ices.

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Buffet Dishes

  • Snow crab legs
  • Fresh oysters, Clams, mussels
  • Salmon
  • Pan-fried flounder
  • Crab w. ginger and scallion
  • Peppercorn frog legs
  • Peppercorn prawn
  • Peking duck
  • Dim-Sum Hong Kong Style
  • Vietnamese Rice Noodle Soup
  • Roast Beef          Steak
  • Pork chops
  • Pizza
  • Rotisserie chicken
  • Sushi bar serving wide selection of sushi and roll, sashimi . . . and more
  • Salad
  • Various pastries
  • Desert Fresh fruit
  • Soft ice cream

Americanized Chinese dishes

  • Batter-fried meat
  • Chicken ball
  • Egg drop
  • Egg foo
  • Egg roll
  • Fried rice
  • Kung Pao chicken
  • Lo mein
  • Moo shu
  • Wonton soup
  • Cashew chicken
  • Meat "with" a vegetable
  • Beef with broccoli 2008