thread not quite, but one of their key export areas
Zurich. This evening we were taken to an all-you-can-eat veggie indian buffet place. I say all you can eat, once I filled my first plate I was directed to place it on a set of scales which printed me a receipt. £24. There was no second plate.

Yesterday I was taken to an all-you-can-eat veggie indian buffet place in London. £7. No scales. Infinite plates. Better food.
permalink Ahhh. Switzerland.
Amazing, beautiful country.

Unfortunately inhabited by the Swiss, who are an utter bunch of cunts.
permalink See I'd agree that almost all the Swiss I've met outside Switzerland
have been nobbers

But almost everyone I've met here on my several trips have been lovely

Although all Swiss children/teenagers appear to be spoilt brats, which is possibly why they still have national service
permalink the teenagers slinging drugs usually have a waft of 80's americana suburbs
about them
it's quite humorous in a repoMan kind of way
permalink in that sense, aren't all restaurants "all you can eat"
I mean you can order as much as you like in most places.
permalink Yeah I was just mis-sold
And a buffet by weight is obviously to be faced with planning and tactics
permalink they're really popular in Brazil
beans and meat are cheap, but pretty heavy and filling. Kilo restaurants.
permalink the veggie aspect is a twist
i suspect i'd be goingheavy on bhajis and samosas, then your masalla chaat type bean curries.

and then chapatis perhaps over rice... tough call.

i might have to try a few different stratetgies
permalink Having spent yesterday dibbling about a snowy alp
And returning to somewhere that now seems very cheap, I may just have rendered the Heathrow T5 Wagamama temporarily out of stock