The 9 Best Buffets in New Hampshire!
Who doesn’t love a buffet? You get to sample a little bit of everything, and then go back for even more. The following buffets in New Hampshire are fabulous. Check one out the next time you’re hungry, but can’t settle on just one entrée!
Touting “Vegan Cuisine in Downtown Keene,” Country Life Restaurant features a vegan buffet. The vegetarian restaurant also offers a hearty salad bar. All the food is local—so it’s super fresh and healthy.
Enjoy the Sunday brunch buffet at Country Tavern. Featuring all the hearty breakfast favorites you crave, the buffet price includes coffee and orange juice, too. The homemade quiche is to die for!
The lunch buffet at Taj India will leave you satisfied until dinnertime—and beyond. Featuring lamb and goat curries, salads, chutneys and tandoori chicken. There is a lovely selection of sweets on the buffet as well, including Gajar Halwa—which is sweet carrot pudding.
The Foundry is the “largest certified farm to table restaurant” in the Granite State. On Sundays, they serve a brunch that’s hard to beat. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. guests indulge in oysters on the half shell, fresh shrimp cocktail, carved roast beef, and all the breakfast dishes you can imagine. Decadent waffles, eggs, homemade pastries and donuts and more await you at this buffet.
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The lunch buffet at Gorham Dynasty Buffet is a very pleasant surprise. While the restaurant itself isn’t much to look at, the food is surprisingly delicious. The buffet includes many Chinese favorites include spare ribs, sweet and sour chicken, egg rolls and more.
The breakfast buffet at the Red Fox Bar & Grille is akin to a trip home to Grandma’s kitchen. Made to order omelets, homemade corned beef hash, biscuits and sausage gravy and breakfast bread pudding are just a few of the taste temptations on the buffet. Plan to eat a light dinner on Sunday nights when you visit here, because you’ll go home beyond full!
Just because the Old Salt Restaurant’s Sunday buffet starts at 9:30 a.m., don’t think that if you come at noon you’ll have to eat breakfast foods. That simply isn’t the case. You can choose from all the traditional breakfast foods—including Eggs Benedict with a glorious hollandaise sauce—and you can feast on turkey and roast beef from their carving station. Finish off your meal with something decadent dipped in their chocolate fountain.
Part of the Common Man family of local restaurants, the Lakehouse Grille serves a delicious breakfast buffet on Monday through Saturday. Delicious home cooked breakfast options make for a well-rounded buffet that leaves guests satisfied and fueled for the day. The French toast is a fan-favorite.
If golden chicken wings and egg foo young are on your cravings list, check out the lunch buffet at Golden Palace Restaurant. The buffet is served until 3 p.m., so you might even consider an early dinner some time, too.