Broadway Buffet at Trump Plaza: Youre Fired!!
I came to this Buffet thinking since its in Trumps hotel it gotta be good. I was wrong. The place looked pretty old, which im guessing it is and the service was not too bad, but the food just sucked. I was expecting Bellagio, Mandalay Bay instead i got Trump. I guess its not fair to compare anything in Atlantic City to Las Vegas but when coming to a city like this you have to expect the best. And since you pay $20.00 for lunch which is basically the same price at LV buffets they should at least be comparable. The Salad bar was small, the selection for the main course was OK but nothing really taste great they were all pretty bland. The dessert bar was small but had an ok selection. I dont know if there are any better buffets in AC so i cant say whether to go or not when looking for a buffet. But i wouldnt recommend it. Spend your $20.00 at a better restaurant....
Boardwalk Food: It’s not good for you, but it does taste good
It’s every where. You can almost hear arteries hardening as you walk down the Boardwalk. Your choice of: Beef Franks, Buffalo Wings, Candy Floss, Candy, Cheese Fries, Cheeseburger, Chili-dogs, Chocolate, Clam Strips, Corn Dogs, Corn on the Cob, Doughnuts, Floats, Fried Chicken, Fries, Frozen Custard, Fudge, Funnel Cakes, Grill, Gyros, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Ice Cream, Italian Hoagie, Italian Water Ice, Lemonade, Milkshakes, Orange Juice, Peanuts, Philly Cheesesteaks, Pizza, Pop Corn, Pretzels, Roasted Nuts, Salt Water Taffy, Sausage & Peppers, Shrimp in a Basket, Slush, Sodas, Subs, Sundaes, Waffles, Yogurt.
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Hotel Buffets: All You Can Eat
A buffet, for the uninitiated, allows you to pay a fixed price to be allowed to eat all you want for a meal. The food is displayed along a long counter. You pay your money, are directed to a seat and then help yourself to the food. Non-alcoholic drinks are provided by a server on request, although it is expected that you will tip your server. Some hotels provide different selections for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Prices (if not the selection) is often increased during the weekend.
Unfortunately, paying more doesn’t necessarily mean better quality or improved selection. None-the-less, price is one criteria with which to compare buffets. It also provides some insight into the type of customer each hotel is trying to attract.
Hilton - Cornucopia Buffet ($18.75)
Tropicana – Beachfront Buffet ($21.99)
Trump Plaza – The Broadway Buffet ($15.95/$18.95 Fri-Sat)
Caesars – La Piazza (buffet $19.95/$24.95 Sat-Sun)
Wild Wild West – Virginia City Buffet ($18.99)
Bally’s – Sidewalk Buffet ($18.99)
Clardige – none (see Bally’s)
Sands – Boardwalk Buffet (Cardholders $7.99, $12.99)
Resort – The Buffet ($16.99)
Trump Taj Mahal – Sultan's Feast (buffet $18.95)
Showboat – French Quarter (buffet $21.99)
Trump Marina - Bayside (buffet $17.99)
Harrahs - Fantasea Reef (buffet $21.19 / $25.99 Fri-Sat)
Borgata - Borgata Buffet ($27.95)
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Hard Rock Cafe: Great Salads
Okay, I know you can go just about anywhere and find a Hard Rock Cafe but I still love going and having their salads. I go the Hard Rock in Toronto quite a bit for their Haystack Chicken salad. This time in Atlantic City I had the Cobb Salad. It was really good and filling !
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RainForest Cafe: A wild place to eat & shop
This restaurant is located in the Trump Plaza Casino on the boardwalk. This is a very cool place to eat and shop, the inside is set up like a forest with trees, waterfalls, and a cool fish tank that arches over the entrence to the dining area. Great atmosphere and the people are friendly. Suggest you make a reservation in advance.
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Rainforest Cafe: Check out the rainforest in Atlantic City
We did not eat at this restaurant, but we did go inside and walk around. There are vines, waterfalls, elephants, monkeys and more! It was such a cool place. Kids would go nuts in there. It is something to see.
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Corky's Ribs & BBQ: Friendly service
The staff at Corky's were so friendly. Rosie and I joked around with them, and had a great time. We ended up having the majority of our meals there.
Favorite Dish: Full American Breakfeast. Huge sausages, eggs done just right, fast refills on coffee, and great toast.
Tsu's Garden (Pronounced Sues): Multi-Ethnic is the name of our game.
One of the best and cheapest Chinese meals in the city. They deliver! This is just one of the many places I can tell you about. We have Japanese,Thai, Vietnamese, 5 different kinds of Spanish, MiddleEastern, Italian, Indian, seafood amd more!
Favorite Dish: Every dish that we have tried on the menu has been great! Most are under $7 for a full meal.
Best places to eat in the...
Best places to eat in the area:
White House Sub Shop,
Tony's Baltimore Grill,
Bay Club on Amherst Ave in Margate,
Maloney's has a good inexpensive dinner,
Smitty's Clam bar in Somer's Point,
The Irish Pub in Atlantic City is the best pub in the world.
We just enjoyed standard...
We just enjoyed standard American chain restaurants (and a couple casino buffets) while we were there. None of the food we ate was particularly impressive, but then again it didn't break the bank either.
The quantity of restaurants is...
The quantity of restaurants is abundant. I will name a few that I frequent, but naturally it's truly up to you and your liking.
I love alot of food at a reasonable price.
Favorite Dish: These restaurants have any kind of food you could ever want. 'Well Almost'. But their varieties are great.
White House Sub Shop: White House Sub Shop
White House Sub Shop has been in business since 1946. The best sub sandwiches I've ever had. Try the Italian Sausage sub and the Italian Cold Cuts - both are outstanding. The restaurant is really small and gets incredibly crowded. There are photos all over the walls of famous people who have been here, including Frank Sinatra and The Beatles. I was told that there are usually long lines to get in, but be patient - it's worth the wait!
Favorite Dish: Subs!
I really like the Temple Bar...
I really like the Temple Bar at Caesar's. It is a chill spot, dimly lit, many unique drinks to choose from, including wine, scotch, martini's, etc., a nice place to pre party or just get into the flow.
Hard Rock Café.: Hard Rock Café.
The cafe was the first of its kind in Atlantic City to offer a music venue featuring local and national recording acts. The amazing 60-seat patio area offers a splendid view of the AC Boardwalk.
Favorite Dish: HOMEMADE HRC NACHOS; Fresh corn tortilla chips piled high with Jack and cheddar cheese, homemade seasoned pinto beans and served with sour cream and jalapenos. Also with homemade guacamole.
Not my favorite, in fact they...
Not my favorite, in fact they were horrible! The Sultan's Feast and the Bombay Cafe, both in the Taj.
Favorite Dish: The Sultan's Feast was a glorified Bonanza. The only thing that was good was the mashed potatoes. I think they keep people from eating too much by lowering the temperature in the place to about 55 degrees F. Considering the many seniors there, I thought it was rude. At the Bombay Cafe we waited 90 minutes for our food. We ordered a grilled cheese off of the children's menu for the four year old. They had garnished the grilled cheese with hot peppers which soaked into the sandwich and made her cry. WHAT WERE THEY THINKING??