What is it about Savannah Highway that draws buffet restaurants? Trotter's Restaurant in the Town & Country Inn has an American-food buffet, very popular with businesspeople and families at lunchtime. There are usually some fried seafood choices, but like seafood buffets anywhere, the fish/shrimp suffers by sitting on a steam table.
El Dorado has an interesting selection, not just build-your-own tacos but also Mexican stews and side dishes.
Nirlep Indian Restaurant has had a buffet for years. Not my favorite, but worth the trip to sample all the sauces.Edited: 21 April 2013, 21:54
Never seen a seafood buffet in Charleston. Not sure I'd wanna see one. Not seafood, but they do have an expansive lunch buffet: Nirlep Indian Restaurant (pointed out by MikeStone above).
Gullah Cuisine has a hit-or-miss lunch buffet that usually has some fish on it but it's not one of those AYCE load-em-up deals. It's more like Sunday lunch, when there are lots of dishes on the table and you get a little bit of each.
Charleston is THE antithesis to buffet food. In my experience, buffet food usually equates to vast quantities of sub-par food. Charleston restuarants are known for smaller portions of deluxe, suberb, divine morsels of finely crafted epicurian delights! :)
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