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Customer Sends KFC $2 And An Apology Note For Stealing A Piece Of Chicken

When you pay for an all-you-can eat buffet, the catch is that it’s only all you are able to eat while you’re actually at the restaurant, not like, all you can eat without any limits as to location and time. So taking food to go is a big no-no, including at one KFC in Nebraska where one customer regretted taking a piece of chicken home, and confessed in an apology letter sent with $2 included that he or she is sorry for stealing. [More]

Restaurant Adds Surcharge For All-You-Can-Eat Customers Who Don’t Clear Plate

Restaurant Adds Surcharge For All-You-Can-Eat Customers Who Don’t Clear Plate

“All you can eat” isn’t an open invitation to waste food. That’s the message that one Swiss restaurant is trying to drive home to its lunch buffet customers by charging extra to diners who fail to clear their plates. [More]

Glorious.

Burger King Japan Brings Back All-You-Can-Eat Burgers For One Week Only

Fast food fans in Japan evidently couldn’t get enough Whoppers. At this time last year, we reported that they were offering an all-you-can-eat burger buffet to customers willing to accept the challenge. The deal is back on. From November 17 to November 21, diners who purchase a black burger meal will be able to gobble as many burgers and fries or onion rings as they can in the next half-hour. [More]

Gorge Like A Pro At All You Can Eat Buffets

Gorge Like A Pro At All You Can Eat Buffets

Eating The Road has posted THE definitive guide to maximizing your all-you-can eat buffet experience. From types of buffets, to pre-game preparations, to inter-diner tactics, to post-game, everything you need to know about pigging your friggin’ brains out like a pro is here. A sampling: