I'm sure that Lord JIm does not have an evening buffet: that is at lunchtime only and it is a la carte in evenings. However, the Oriental's Riverside Terrace does a fine evening buffet. On the other side of the river, I think that the Peninsula still does an evening buffet, which we have never had, but am sure that would be very good also.
Bangkok has many excellent places to dine, so don't ignore non-buffet options. If you can give an idea of any budget you have, that will help people to recommend options for you.
Hi, As sue says it's the riverside Terrace that does a dinner buffet and you can't get better than this, I had dinner there last October so this would be my choice within this price range. Most of the hotels have a buffet at one of their restaurants but sometimes only at the weekend if you can give us an idea of your budget and location it would help to give you more info.
The Millennium Hilton. Don't really remember much about the food but the setting is very nice. There is also a show with the river as a background.
The best buffets are Sunday Brunch, can you change your flight???
We have done the Millenium Hilton. Setting is nice w indoor and outside seating on the river. Food was alright at its best. The have a large cheese room w the buffet that was the stand out for us.