The buffet at TI is old-school and not in a good way. Don’t get us wrong, the room is attractive, a contemporary space done in dark woods with exposed brick touches on the lines. But the menu sorely needs updating. What they do have, like made-to-order sushi and salads, Vietnamese pho (that you can customize to your own tastes), and a nice selection of meats from the carving station, is done properly. Fresh made doughnuts are a huge hit as well. So maybe in our quest for both novelty and quantity, we were only given the latter, and for some, that’s all that counts.