It's not that i didn't try; I did attempt to enter the buffet section half a year ago but the huge crowd was a big deterrent and it's not as if that area is devoid of any other good food!
Kon recommended a Monday and to be frank, it's a damn good suggestion. The first day of the working week almost always guarantees a smaller crowd.
The Gang of Four was immediately ushered into the restaurant upon arrival and it was not even 20% full! Although there was a short queue of less than ten persons after we had filled our stomach, it was still a tiny fraction of that horrendous weekend crowd.
Long accustomed to a wide range of choices for buffets, the offerings at 2D1N fell short of my expectations. I could count no more than twelve types of meat including chicken, pork, beef and prawns.
Other than meat, there was an equally small section on salads, vegetables, kimchi, rice, noodles, watermelon and a sweet fermented rice drink.
Bottles of plain water were kept in a nearby fridge and included in the price while soft drinks, soju and beer were charged separately.
The saving grace at 2D1N, however, is in its freshness of meat and vegetables.
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This aluminium foil was changed so frequently during our 90-minute stay; i lost count.
As usual, no wasting of food!
For my review on the ala carte section of 2D1N Soju Bang, please click HERE.