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The Seven Kitchens buffet at the St. Regis was full of incredible food! Some stations include dim sum, a tandoori oven, soba and ramen bar, and a weekly special regional food bar. So happy to share this with you guys!

Location Price- $60 USD

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19 Comments

  1. I have subscribed to your channel since i like travelling and eating good food. One thing am always impressed is that how and where you put all those food that you eat. You always look in good shape. Whatever you are doing, please keep it up.

  2. When u visit id India again pls tell me I ll show u awesome Indian food in maharashtra state I m frm pune city

  3. Mike Chen-First off it all looked so good! Yummy! Second need to plan a trip to India just for this buffet. ^_^

  4. U need to have a good guide to eat with u otherwise u make some bad combinations of foods
    I am getting hungry now

  5. I know I am cheap but eating 50$ dollars worth of stuff in Indian rupees is like my half a month rent money

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