Give it a swirl.
The cavernous Marriott Marquis hotel has opened another of its new restaurants—a suitably vast buffet comprising more than 10 stations called Goji Kitchen + Bar.
Cooks shuck oysters on-site for the tower of seafood on ice, which sits along with Japanese sushi and sashimi.
The salad and cold cuts bar features highly-prized Iberico and Parma ham, as well as cheese, pickles and fruits.
There’s a big Asian station covering Chinese, Indian and Thai dishes, including the super-tasty braised beef noodles.
The meat counter sits in front of a parrilla grill, which results in crispy-skin suckling pig with very tender meat.
You can also get pasta cooked a la minute, as well as foie gras and baked seafood.
Lunch is B930 net on Mon-Sat, while dinner is B1,413 net on Sun-Thu. Sunday brunch and dinner on Fri-Sat is B2,119 net.
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