People here sure love all-you-can-eat places

@lady1993 (15543)
Philippines
November 30, 2017 7:49am CST
There has been tons of places where you can eat a lot of certain kinds of foods. They range from 200 pesos to 1500 pesos. ($5-$35) Personally, i do not like it, since I have a small appetite and i eat quite slow.. also, it kind of forces people to eat more than they can manage. What do you think?
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@ridingbet (37863)
• Philippines
1 Dec
there was the term 'smorgasbord' before and it literally means 'eat all you can'.
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@lady1993 (15543)
• Philippines
2 Dec
I have heard of that before, it sounded cool
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@ridingbet (37863)
• Philippines
2 Dec
@lady1993 i think there are still some restaurants that have this kind. or the 'eat all you can for only P1000'.
@lady1993 (15543)
• Philippines
3 Dec
@ridingbet yep, some places here even offer them for as low as Php 200
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• Philippines
1 Dec
It’s good to go once in a while with your friends but to do it a lot would not be practical anymore...because I get full easily!!!
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@lady1993 (15543)
• Philippines
2 Dec
yeah, i have the same problem too
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@EddieHands (32940)
• United States
30 Nov
I had to stop going to all you can eat places. I always got sick. And then all the people there so fat and nasty, i had to leave! Blessings
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@lady1993 (15543)
• Philippines
2 Dec
that is not the case here though but yeah, it is not good practice to eat there all the time
@Lumartz (71)
30 Nov
Ofcourse, that`s what I like, that`s the biggest example of what "Sulit" means.
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@lady1993 (15543)
• Philippines
2 Dec
it is, if you have a really big appetite
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@Frenzys9 (115)
• United States
1 Dec
There is a Chinese buffet I love to go to. They have sushi there. I guess it depends on the quality of food
@lady1993 (15543)
• Philippines
2 Dec
yeah, but the better tasting the food the more expensive it is