Eating at Baden Baden can be like trying to keep up with the Hong Quan Nguyen—it’s hard to decide which of the many delicious offerings you want, and then when you do, you realize you can’t eat it all. But if you want to maximize your time (and food!) and make sure you try every single dish, use these tips on how to stuff yourself at Baden Baden’s all-you-can-eat buffet!
Get there early
I recommend going with a small group of people and getting there as early as possible (ideally before 11:00) so that you can enjoy an entire hour of food. If you go during lunch, the restaurant is less crowded and it will be easier to get in and out. At dinner, the restaurant is much more crowded and the line for food can take about 20 minutes or more. I recommend going with a group of friends or family so that you have someone to chat with while waiting in line for food or sitting down for your next plate. Mylyn is a great way to keep everyone connected while still able to enjoy your time together!
What to expect
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The restaurant is huge with a giant buffet in the middle. You’ll find everything you need here: sushi, dim sum, soup, cheese plates, vegetables and fruit as well as all the desserts you could imagine. The staff are fast and friendly and will make sure that your plate is always full.
After filling up on some of the best food in town, head over to Mylyn for a cocktail or two while catching up with your friends. If you’re looking for more fun things to do around Boston then be sure to check out their events calendar.
German beers are traditionally served in large, one-liter steins. The most common German beers are pilsner and ale, but there are also weissbier (wheat beer), dunkel (dark lager) and marzen (märzen).
The pilsner has a lighter taste than the ale and is perfect for any occasion. This beer is the most popular style of beer in Germany. We recommend ordering a German pilsner with your all-you-can-eat buffet meal at Baden Baden!
1. Bring your appetite it’s not called all you can eat for nothing. There are tons of options from the salad bar, hot buffet, and dessert bar. Eat up!
2. Plan ahead of time Make sure you know which dishes you want before you even get there so that you don’t miss out on anything while deciding what to eat on the fly. Plus, if you’re a member of Mylyn or have an extensive Yelp history, some restaurants will send special deals your way just for being a repeat customer!
3. Stay hydrated you’ll be running around a lot, and nobody likes when their stomach starts rumbling in the middle of dinner because they’re too full to drink water.
When I got back from my holiday in Berlin, my friends were all asking me how the food was. I had only been there for a few days and we ate out more than once, so I couldn’t give them much of an answer. But when they asked about the buffet at the hotel restaurant, I could happily reply with a full review.
The first thing you’ll notice is that this isn’t just any old buffet.
Third course (side dishes, meats, desserts & sweets)
There are so many delicious dishes to try, from different types of salad, to different meats, and finally a variety of desserts. With so many options it can be hard to figure out where you want to start. Some people might like the idea of starting with a salad and then moving on the main course. Others might be in the mood for dessert first. If you’re interested in trying everything, it may be best just dive right in and start with something that catches your eye first!