$10 for $20 Worth of Buffet-Style Sunday Brunch at buku

Central Raleigh

91% of 349 customers

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In a Nutshell

A meat-carving station, made-to-order waffles, and omelets complement brunch cocktails

The Fine Print

Expires Dec 2nd, 2012. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for alcohol. Dine-in only. Reservation recommended. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid for Sunday brunch only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$10 for $20 Worth of Brunch

Adults ($19.95) and children under 12 ($9.95) fill up an unlimited number of plates at the World Tour buffet brunch. Diners pick and choose from a meat-carving station, made-to-order belgian waffles, omelets, and a rotating selection of internationally inspired brunch dishes. Classic brunch-time beverages include bloody marys ($8), mimosas ($7.5), and fair-trade, certified-organic coffee roasted by local Larry’s Bean ($3.50). Click here for the full brunch menu.

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Buku takes its name from the international slang for “merci beaucoup”—the French phrase for "thank you very much.” The restaurant's global awareness extends beyond its name to a menu inspired by traditional street food all over the world. Chefs take their cues from culinary traditions from everywhere from Poland to Korea, creating gourmet dishes with authentic international flavors. As a result, the menu's wildly eclectic selection showcases dishes such as thai papaya salad, polish pierogis, and colombian arepas—soft corn pastry stuffed with pulled pork and guacamole.

Regardless of its cultural influence, each meal is prepared using eco-conscious ingredients such as hormone-free beef, sustainable market seafood, and certified-organic coffee raised on a diet of smaller, even more organic coffee beans. Diners can wash down their meals with their choice from an equally international menu of wines and craft beers, along with a selection of cocktails and sake.

buku

Buku takes its name from the international slang for “merci beaucoup”—the French phrase for "thank you very much.” The restaurant's global awareness extends beyond its name to a menu inspired by traditional street food all over the world. Chefs take their cues from culinary traditions from everywhere from Poland to Korea, creating gourmet dishes with authentic international flavors.

Regardless of its cultural influence, each meal is prepared using eco-conscious ingredients such as hormone-free beef, sustainable market seafood, and certified-organic coffee raised on a diet of smaller, even more organic coffee beans. Diners can wash down their meals with their choice from an equally international menu of wines and craft beers, along with a selection of cocktails and sake.


Reviews

The type of food and great variety is something you can't find just everywhere and is the main reason we decided to try it in the first place.

Diner, OpenTable, 8/5/12

The food was superb! We tried foods from many different cultures that we've not tried before.

JL Young, Urbanspoon, 10/31/11

Tips

91% of 349 customers

  • “Wait staff was EXCELLENT, very attentive and all had great personalities. The restaurant is beautiful and spotlessly clean. The variety of brunch food items was...”

    “Wait staff was EXCELLENT, very attentive and all had great personalities. The restaurant is beautiful and spotlessly clean. The variety of brunch food items was amazing. . .”

  • “Great service and the food was very good.”

  • “Love their brunch, but really any time of day for food is good there!”

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    Central Raleigh

    110 E Davie St.

    Raleigh, North Carolina 27601

    919-834-6963

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Midday meals that bridge breakfast and lunch