Do you want to take a break from eating Korean food while in Korea and try western food? Would like to eat without limit and without breaking the bank? Then try Ashley Buffet restaurant, the most famous western-style buffet in the country.
About Ashley Buffet
Ashley is a restaurant chain owned by E-Land Eats Co., Ltd. It has over a hundred retail stores in the country. Their most famous brand is the Ashley Buffet. This buffet restaurant offers unlimited western-style dishes that you will surely enjoy eating. I personally like this restaurant to the point that I even celebrated my birthday with friends in two different branches. Moreover, our school would usually hold a welcome or closing party at Ashley at the start or at the end of the semester.
The available dishes vary per branch and restaurant type. But they offer food from appetizers, to main course, side dishes, desserts and drinks.
The Ashley Classic offers at least 60 different kinds of dishes in the salad bar that you can choose bar. Among all the types of Ashley buffet, this one it the most basic one and the cheapest.
Ashley W Premium
On the other hand, Ashley W Premium offers at least 100 premium dishes that will definitely make you have multiple rounds in the salad bar.
While Ashley Queens will make you feel like a King or Queen by savoring at least 200 mouth-watering dishes from all over the world. There are seafood, pasta, steak, Korean food and other cuisines from other countries.
Just like its menu, the cost of dining at Ashley Buffet vary per branch and restaurant type.
Ashley W Premium
Ashley Buffet branches have the same wester-style vibes inside the restaurant. Some branches even have rooms which you can reserve for meetings and small gatherings. The branch in Eland gives its customer a nice view of the Han River while dining.
Operating Hours and Locations
Ashley Buffet has a lot of branches all over Korea. So far, I have visited the ones from Seoul, Daejeon and Sejong. These are their operating hours and locations:
Eland Cruise (Seoul)
Konkuk University (Seoul)
Yuseong Homeplus (Daejeon)
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