This post is about the day I ate until I almost exploded… but would’ve died completely happy. This post is about my dinner at Harbour Restaurant in Kaohsiung’s Ju Dan mall (巨蛋). Basically, this place is a high end all-you-can-eat restaurant with what is almost an unlimited amount of choices. The awesome thing about this is that I could pick a gazillion paleo-friendly choices! Different sections of the restaurant exists:
- WHATEVER YOU WANT
Sorry, I’m getting excited again thinking about it. Here’s what I got: My first plate I wanted to start with MEAT:
The food here consists of steak, pork, a mussel, sausage, cauliflowers and as you can also see, there’s a beer in the background. That’s right. The beer is included in the buffet! I decided to calm down on the meat on my second plate, and went with some seafood and veggies:
This second plate consisted of more mussels (they were good!), baby octopuses, fried fish, clam salad (in the small dish), and some grilled oyster mushroom! After this plate, I am trying to convince my tummy that it’s not even half full, because I walked by the sushi/sashimi section of the restaurant. I come back with a Sashimi plate:
As you can see, it wasn’t only sashimi, there was also veggies, and a sea shell with a clam in it. Now, at this point, I am slowing down. I am feeling it, but I’m still in denial. So I go in for the kill and grab 2 plates:
This is when it started to hurt. I still managed to fit the food in my stomach, and I kept thinking of Louis CK’s joke about how he doesn’t stop eating when he’s full… he stops when he he hates himself, and realizing that I am beyond this. I manage to devour it though. It was a new level of full that I don’t think I’ve experienced before. All I could do was watch my brother have some dessert, which they had a dozen different Häagen-Dazs ice creams available. Also, that glass if fresh juice (this one was watermelon) that they also have available:
By the way, just so you know, this was all for about $25.00 US DOLLARS per person!!! What a deal! I definitely 100% recommend you visit this restaurant if you are ever in the vicinity of Kaohsiung, Taiwan!