Three Buffets, Three Restaurants & One Hotel Duangtawan Buffets

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Three Buffets, Three Restaurants & One Hotel Duangtawan Buffets

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Duangtawan Hotel, set in the heart of the Night Bazaar, has a whopping three buffets served in three of its outlets.

Sunflower Chinese Restaurant
Dim Sum Buffet Lunch & Dinner
A spectacular 360 degree view can be seen from all vantage points of this 24th floor restaurant serving scrumptious dim sums at very affordable prices. An endless array of steaming baskets arrive to the table with all the dim sum classics: xiao long bao, dumplings, shaomai and much more. There are soups, fried bites as well as noodle and rice dishes to order until you are full. Don’t forget to save room for the Thai-Chinese dessert station which will guarantee you not leave with the memory of hunger.

420 baht (210 baht for children) net
On wednesday buy 4 pay 3
Lunch 11.30am. – 2.30pm. Dinner 6 – 10.30pm.

 

 

 

 

 

Marco Polo Restaurant
BBQ & International Buffet Dinner
A great place to go with more than one person or if you are a fussy eater, because there is guaranteed to be something to make everyone happy. With all sorts of food stations ranging from meats, poultry, seafood – even a special salmon station! They have a good salad bar, a pasta bar and all sorts of exciting new dishes keep appearing, so you don’t have to worry about repeating yourself if you go more than once. Make sure you head to the seafood-on-ice station to fully indulge in the best catches from the sea.
480 baht (240 baht for children)
Mondays – Thursdays 6 – 10pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tawan Restaurant
Japanese & BBQ Buffet Dinner
With over 50 items on the menu, lovers of Japanese food will be spoilt rotten at Tawan. Upon first entering the restaurant, you are greeted with the sashimi station filled with the freshest and best that you can pick and choose to your heart’s desire. The salad counter is classic Japanese but also has some European influences and offerings. There are numerous hot dishes as well as from the salmon head cooked in soy sauce, the squid with sesame, the tofu soup and the grilled baby ribs. And since you are indulgent yourself, end the meal with a sweep of the cakes station!

480 baht (240 baht for children)
Fridays – Sundays 6 – 10.30pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Duangtawan Hotel Chiang Mai
132 Loykroh Road , A. Muang , Chiang Mai
For reservations, please call 095 145 0249 / 053 905 000
https://www.facebook.com/duangtawanhotel/