Buffet or bust - Opinion sought


#41

Vol-au-Vent - round or square, what is your favourite filling for buffet joy?


#42

That looks like a dinner rather than an amuse bouche


#43

No that’s Palmers (who do a fine Rabbit Pie).

Downings is in Pepper St opposite Robertsons the Pizza place.


#44

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Nom nom nom


#45

On the rare occasion I got invited to something as plush as a buffet,my recollection of vol au vents was always a runny filling of something that may have been a fish at one point or worse


#46

Tuna mayo, with a bit of sweetcorn thrown in for shits and giggles.

That or egg mayo.

Classics to the end.


#47

Mashed up kippers


#48

Being closer in age to 50 than 5 I will break a social taboo and say “NO SIR!” I don’t eat Hedgehogs, I don’t want cheese impaled on wood and I’m not much of a fan of food with faces still attached - I am in no way fun at parties


#49

That’s fine. All the more stick-based snacks for me. :+1:


#50

The idea of a buffet is fairly sound. Many a time have I gorged on a breakfast buffet and enjoyed the experience.
The buffet experience just depends on the quality of the offerings, and how they are presented.
It can be just a cheap, lazy way of doin dinner for the masses. Then it is a shit.


#51

Oxymoron right there.


#52

Fellow meatmen.

I give you ‘the clogger’

No buffet snack, this one.


#53

:heart_eyes::heart_eyes::heart_eyes:

Now THAT is a sausage roll!


#54

I never used to be able to comprehend those folks that found themselves sexually attracted to inanimate objects, right up until I saw that.


#55

I could party with the Clogger… Who wants fun food? I want serious food…


#56

Crisps for your buffet

Pretty awful if truth be told


#57

Is it better that the ones Shaun’s other half use to make?


#58

Can’t argue with that.
There were (are) a few chain buffet serveries in Oz. All of which are vile.


#59

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Murdoch’s Scotch pies.


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