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    Cool Friday seafood buffet at the Radisson

    Has anyone tried the seafood buffet on Fridays at the Radisson.Thanks for the input.

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    I cannot comment on the seafood night specifically, but we did try the Prime Rib night and enjoyed it so much we went back the following week. It was a very good value for the money. From my review

    With our beverage credit included with our package through booking with MCM Tours, we were also able to enjoy wine with our dinner without running up an expensive tab. The beverages were added to our check that evening but deducted as a credit at check out.

    The salad bar offered including peel and eat shrimp, hand rolled sushi, soup du jour, a wide variety of “toppings” for your salad as well as a wide selection of dressings and other salads such as heart of palm, tuna, chicken or avocado cucumber and others. The salad bar never ran dry and was constantly being replenished throughout our time in the restaurant.

    Add to this, a chef carving to order, melt in your mouth prime rib, accompanied by baked salmon, a few other hot choices, vegetables and baked potatoes with toppings. The prime rib was just as good as I have had anywhere. For the price, this was by far the best value on the island.

    For dessert, the buffets offered a station with a chef making flambéed crepes as well as make your own sundaes and a separate table with cakes, tarts and pastries. One night the flambé was strawberries and another it was bananas. If that was not enough, there was fresh fruit on the salad bar as well. Whether, breakfast, lunch or dinner, fresh fruit was an area which the Radisson did not skimp on. Besides the usual oranges, apples and bananas, there were days with Bartlett pears and grapes.

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    We are in Aruba so we went to Seafood Buffet at the Radisson and it was pretty good. Lobster Tails,Sauteed Shrimp,Crab Claws,Different seafood salads,Patsa,Beef,alot of other stuff and dessert for 39.00 per person with a Guitar Player playing great music during dinner.Would go back again.

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    They used to advertise the buffet at the raddison on their news paper as well as a lot of restaurants. I saw very little restaurant advertisement on their daly paper. I had forgotten about the Raddison's buffet which I never tried. I've also been dying to try the Martini Bar Mira Solo..Next time!

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