Until recently, the word “buffet” conjured up for U.K. consumers insalubrious images of vacationers on cruises, in hotels and at casinos gorging themselves. Unlike for you, our friends across the pond, the buffet was never really a well-respected concept in its own right on the U.K. high street. For town-center restaurants here, the buffet had been the special offer on occasional nights or a sure sign of desperation akin to an “everything must go” sign being ...
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