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Buku

Address
110 E Davie St Raleigh NC 27601
Phone
(919) 834-6963
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Business Hours

Status: Closes in 13 minutes

Sunday
10:00am-10:00pm
Monday
11:00am-10:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am-10:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am-10:00pm
Thursday
11:00am-10:00pm
Friday
11:00am-11:59pm
Saturday
11:00am-11:59pm

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Chef William D'Auvray unveils his newest concept, bu•ku: a globally-inspired approach to local dining, that is exotic as it is simple in its introduction of tastes and ingredients. The name bu•ku itself is derived from a French-Asian twist (with a hint of Southern twang) on the internationally acknowledged phrase, Merci beaucoup, meaning Thank you, very much. The concept, however, is...

Open the door to Fins Restaurant in downtown Raleigh and WOW! The expansive bar has plenty of table seating for the early and late bar menu patrons. The open dining room, divided somewhat, has an intimate feeling and is surrounded by inviting booths. The 'robatayaki style' bar is an ideal vantage point for viewing the chefs as they work. Chef William D'Auvray has done it again and does not...

Located at the corner of Wilmington and Davie Streets in the heart of downtown Raleigh, bu "ku is a local restaurant that tells a global story. The name "bu "ku" itself is an international slang twist on the phrase, "Merci, beaucoup" meaning, "Thank you very much." Inspired by the pushcarts of street vendors across the globe, our chefs harvest an array of unique and distinct flavors and present...

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Average Rating
35

In downtown Raleigh, this sophisticated venue for fish and seafood features globally inspired appetizers and main dishes. An attractive crowd sits at the "robatayaki" bar to watch the skilled chefs at their work. The open dining room has dividers and inviting booths for greater intimacy. Examples of the chefs' prowess include Alaskan king crab cake with a light avocado crust or a pan-seared...

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Great brunch!

Average Rating
100

My girlfriend and I enjoyed a wonderful brunch buffet at Buku this past Sunday. The food was varied and all delicious - there were fresh fruits, an omelet station, a carving station with prime rib, ham and turkey, all delightfully roasted to perfection! And there was a waffle station and plenty of fresh vegetables and pastries! We will be going back again for this lovely brunch!

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Average Rating
80

They lived up to the brand of "global street food." All of our small plates were very tasty. We had some familiar and unfamiliar dishes, which was great. Two of us ordering five small plates and two drinks had a bill of $70.

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Our menu brings together complex and flavorful dishes and that have been honed over generations. Foods like Polish pierogis, Colombian arepas, and Thai barbecue snapper served in a banana leaf with green papaya salad can be found on the street corners of Warsaw, Bogota, and Bangkok. Their predecessors, prepared in kitchens and over outdoor cook-fires for hundreds of years, are popular favorites...

Serving street food from around the world gives this place an international feel. The delights on offer here include Polish pierogis, Colombian arepas, Thai papaya salad, Lebanese fattoush, baba ghanouj, Filipino lumpia and empanadas.

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