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All you can eat.
The words are a kind of magic.
There you are, wandering through Chinatown, eyes dancing over the myriad of restaurants.
Which will you choose?
Which will it be tonight?
Does ‘all you can eat’ turn your head?
If the answer is yes, please read on.
There is now another restaurant in the mix and by the sounds of things, it has real potential to be top of your list.
The Koi Hot Pot Buffet is a new, all you can eat, hot pot and buffet experience.
Diners can expect soups, rice, noodles, snacks, and desserts, and for an extra $10, unlimited Coopers and Asahi beer.
For the non-beer drinkers in attendance (yes, we see you), pay an extra $4 for unlimited soft drink.
The restaurant emphasises a social, dining experience with a wide range of choices in order to accommodate for particular tastes.
The name “Koi” is considered lucky in Chinese culture.
It sounds as though diners may be feeling pretty lucky after visiting the Koi Hot Pot Buffet.
You can find the Koi Hot Pot Buffet at 38 Wright Street.
Children under 5 eat for free. Half price for kids between 5-12yro.