Goji Kitchen + Bar
This buffet restaurant might be the best way to eat for under 1,000 baht.
Here, you can find an extravagant buffet with over 10 stations including seafood towers with salad, cooks shucking oysters, and cold cuts bars featuring highly prized Iberico ham. Asian stations cover Chinese, Indian, and comforting Thai cuisines. You can also get pasta cooked a la minute, as well as foie gras and baked seafood
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.