The term buffet refers to the Swedish concept of a “smorgasbord,” a collection of various foods that showcase a culture. However, it also references the French term “sideboard,” a type of furniture on which food is served. Any way you slice it, though, the upshot is good eats, and the practice took off in the late 1900s. Vermont, like most states, has a bevy of buffet options to offer, from Indian, Chinese, and American, to exotic hot rock options. So, loosen your belt a notch or two, and help us take a bite out of the best buffets in Vermont.
China Moon features award-winning Asian inspired buffet dishes like snow crab legs, General Tso's chicken, roast beef, black pepper shrimp, fresh salmon, ice cream, pastry, and more. Plus choose from regular dishes like fried rice, lo mein, chow mein, Hunan beef, sweet and sour pork, fried chicken, and more.
This old-school lakeside restaurant serves American comfort food with a full bar and enclosed deck. Family-owned since 1991, the restaurant includes a bakery, gift shop, and marina, and the Sunday brunch is rather famous in the region. Get carved roast beef, pastries, eggs, sausage, bacon, fresh fruit, cheese, seafood, casseroles, cocktails, and more.
For authentic Indian cuisine, there’s only one place to go in central Vermont. For delivery, take out, catering, and eat in. Taste of India has got curries, tandooris, samosas, pakoras, and so much more. Plus, don’t forget about kabobs, rotating chef’s specials, and goat specialties, or stop in for weekend buffet brunch and sample an array of dishes.
This relaxed eatery offers a warm and tranquil dining atmosphere and serves classic Nepalese and Himalayan Sherpa cuisine. Offers a weekend buffet brunch like you’ve most likely never had before, you can get dishes like Samosa Chaat, lentil soup, Sherpa Stew, Momo Dumplings, Sherpa Chow Mein, and unique curries.