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Best Buffets in Sydney: All you can eat!

Enjoy a buffet with sensational views of Sydney at Sky Feast Sydney Tower
Enjoy a buffet with sensational views of Sydney at Sky Feast Sydney Tower

The best buffets around Sydney come in all cuisines, from Korean to seafood. Try one of these mouthwatering smorgasbords as listed in this collection of the best buffets around town!

There’s nothing better than heading for a night out with the family and knowing everyone is going to leave with full stomachs. Buffets are the perfect opportunity to try new foods, while also ensuring everyone finds something they love to indulge in. No more fighting over cuisines – enjoy a little bit of everything at one of these buffets across Sydney. So whether you want pasta, pad thai, prawns or paella… you’ll be sure to find a buffet with all options!

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Best Buffets on the North Shore

1. Korean Charcoal BBQ Buffet, Chatswood

Korean BBQ Buffet

The buffet has a huge hot and cold section with a range of dishes

A popular entry on the list of Best Buffets on the North Shore, this Korean BBQ offers casual dining in the Mandarin Centre with three versions of the buffet (lunch, dinner, or BBQ buffet). Expect a range of dishes from green Asian vegetable sides, bulgogi, marinated meats, chicken wings and kimchi; through to mussels and desserts of pudding and fruits like fresh watermelon. The buffet has a hot and cold section and is also popular for birthdays.

  • What: Korean style waygu meats, vegetables and desserts
  • Cost: Lunch $14, Dinner $16, BBQ Buffet $32 (prices vary with buffet style chosen)
  • Where: Level 2, Mandarin Centre, 61-65 Albert Avenue, Chatswood, Sydney
  • More: Korean Charcoal BBQ

2. OZ Hotpot Buffet, Chatswood

OZ Hotpot is the place for all you can eat hotpot. Their food is nutritious, delicious, and affordable, and they welcome diners young and old. Hot pot or hotpot, also known as soup-food or steamboat, is a cooking method that originates from China, prepared with a simmering pot of soup stock at the dining table, containing a variety of East Asian foodstuffs and ingredients.

  • What: All you can eat hotpot
  • Cost: Lunch $29.80, Dinner $39.80, Weekend lunch $37
  • Where: Shop 212, Food Court, Mandarin Centre, 65 Albert Ave, Chatswood 
  • More: OZ Hotpot Buffet Chatswood

3. BahBQ Brazilian Grill, Crows Nest

Best Buffets on the North Shore

All you can eat! At this buffet, waiters move around the room slicing meats on to your plate.

Enjoy unlimited service of traditional Brazilian cuts: a variety of fire-roasted meats, poultry, sausages, seafood, grilled halloumi cheese and spiced pineapple served from a specially designed barbecue.

Churrasco items are spit roasted over natural charcoal and iron bark wood to create an intense heat of aroma and fragrance. They add dry rub seasonings, fine herbs, brines, marinades and glazes to enhance flavour and tenderness.

Waiters move around the restaurant with skewers, slicing meat onto your plate. All skewers will come in no particular order, remember you can always ask for your favourites again, take your time!

  • What: Warm, modern locale serving Brazilian BBQ and cocktail jugs
  • Cost: $79 per person
  • Where: 35 Albany St, Crows Nest NSW 2065
  • More: BahBQ Brazilian Grill, Crows Nest

    Best Buffets in Sydney

    4. Harvest Buffet at The Star

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    A huge hit, this massive buffet offering has everything from mei Goreng to chocolate fountains!

    The family favourite Harvest Buffet at The Star is a feast for the senses and deserves its spot on the list of Best Buffets in Sydney! There are five food stations with cuisine from all over the world, including the child-favourite dessert station with three large chocolate fountains!

    On weekends seafood becomes the star of the show, with the freshest sushi, oysters, prawns, crabs and mussels complementing roasts from the carvery, pizza, pasta, curries, soups and salads.

    • What: All-you-can-eat mains, salad and dessert menu, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner
    • Cost: Dinner is Adult $94.90 – $109.90 | Child* $34.90 – $39.90. Prices
    • Where: Star Casino, 80 Pyrmont St, Pyrmont NSW 2009
    • More: Harvest Buffet at The Star

    5. Kitchens on Kent

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    This delicious buffet experience opened in 2019, offering a delicious assortment of foods at lunch from 12pm-2pm daily. Choose from seafood towers, dim sims, dumplings, sushi, sashimi, Indian, Thai, ribs, beef, sausages, Mediterranean and lots of sweet delights, including a chocolate fountain!

    Kids even have their own special section with chicken tenderloin goujons, vegetable and tomato pasta and cheeseburger and fries.

    • What: All-you-can-eat mains, salad and dessert menu, serving lunch
    • Cost: Friday: $98 per person including soft drinks, juices, black coffee and tea | Saturday & Sunday: $148 per person including soft drinks, juices, black coffee and tea | $40 per child (for 5-12 years old) 4 years old and under dine complimentary
    • Where: 89-113 Kent St, Millers Point NSW 
    • More: Kitchens on Kent

      6. Feast, Sheraton Grand Hotel

      Feast Restaurant is the home of their hotel’s famed market-fresh seafood buffet. Start your day with an award-winning breakfast at Feast Restaurant For lunch and dinner, try Feast’s famous market-fresh seafood buffet or order from an extensive international menu of culinary delights inspired by the multicultural flavours of Sydney. 

      Choose from a range of fresh seafood, antipasto, 10-hour braised beef brisket, soups, roasted vegetables, pizza, pastas, noodles and more. Plus, check out the dessert bar with pavolva, panna cotta, cakes, tarts and a chocolate fountain.

      • What: All-you-can-eat mains, salad and dessert menu, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner
      • Cost: Buffet (Saturday) $129 | Buffet (Wednesday-Friday) lunch $109, dinner $119| Buffet: $69 per person
      • Where: 61 Elizabeth St, Sydney
      • More: Feast Sydney

      7. Epicurean at the Crown

      best buffets in Sydney

      Experience unique dining at Epicurean, with sophisticated “open kitchens” serving you the finest flavours from some of the world’s most exciting cuisines. Fresh and unique flavours are the focus with everything curated using the finest ingredients by Chef de Cuisine, Cameron Jones.

      Across nine live kitchens, Epicurean’s ever-changing menu invites guests to experience an array of global cuisines including Japanese, Chinese, Indian, Italian and more. An immaculate cold seafood counter reinforces the Epicurean standard of luxury, showcasing the finest local produce and daily seasonal selection of seafood.

      Make your way through each culinary specialty, from the sushi bar, to the Asian, Western and salad food stations, ending with the decadent dessert bar. Menus are subject to seasonal change.

      • What: All-you-can-eat mains, salad and dessert menu, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner
      • Cost: Breakfast: Monday-Sunday $57.50 | Lunch: Monday – Thursday $95, Friday $105, Saturday-Sunday $125 | Dinner: Monday – Thursday $128, Friday – Saturday $155, Sunday $135 | Children aged 4 to 12 are half price and children under 4 years old are complimentary
      • Where: Crown Sydney, Level 5/1 Barangaroo Ave, Barangaroo
      • More: Epicurean

      8. Salt Meats Cheese, Circular Quay

      Curing your Mondayitis once slice at a time! Feast on Salts Meats Cheese’s all you can eat pizza menu every Monday night from 5pm for only $25 per person with any drink purchase!

      Plus, for $5 extra you can choose to add any pasta from the menu to your all-you-can-eat festa. There’s so much choice. Enjoy meat lovers, capricciosa, gamberi, calzone and your traditional margherita, or take a look at the pasts with prawn rissotta, mushroom gnocci and trusty lasagne.

      • What: All-you-can-eat pizza and pasta, Monday dinner
      • Cost: $25 per person with any drink purchase, or $30 to add any pasta from the menu
      • Where: Crown Sydney, Level 5/1 Barangaroo Ave, Barangaroo
      • More: Salt Meats Cheese

      9. SkyFeast at Sydney Tower

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      Create your own culinary tour of the world, feasting on more than 30 international dishes, including seafood and desserts, while you take a 360-degree revolving tour of Sydney 82 floors below.

      Discover 55 gourmet dishes prepared daily across a range of cuisines, which means there will always be something new to try! Feast on tiger prawns, Blue swimmer crab, Sydney rock oysters, soups, salads, antipasto, dips, bread, Asian, Mediterranean, chicken, beef, ham and more. Save room for dessert with passionfruit coconut cream cake, peach & raspberry mouse, mini chocolate tart and more.

      • What: All-you-can-eat mains and dessert, lunch and dinner
      • Cost: Lunch: Monday-Friday $45-$100, Saturday & Sunday $45-$115 | Dinner: Monday-Friday $45-$115, Saturday & Sunday $45-$125
      • Where: Level 4/108 Market St, Sydney 
      • More: SkyFeast Sydney Tower

      10. Suminoya, CBD

      If you’re craving some Japanese, Suminoya’s buffet over delivers on food and value for money. They offer up three buffets:

      • Deluxe Buffet: this BBQ buffet includes wagyu beef, eel, king prawns and seafood carpaccio.
      • Special Buffet: enjoy a selection of delicious sushi, sashimi and beef and rice dishes.
      • Buffet: the basic buffet includes a range of meats, include beef rib, pork neck, chick, duck and more, along with scallops, garlic prawns, and some delicious butters to put with meats. There’s also salads, rice, soup, inari and plenty more.

      You can start with the basic and add on with the special or deluxe buffet to create the ultimate feast. The only downside is that kids dine at the price of adults (but the costs are reasonable!).

      • What: Japanese cuisine. All-you-can-eat mains, salad and dessert menu, serving lunch and dinner
      • Cost: Deluxe Buffet $89 per person | Special Buffet $79 per person | Buffet: $69 per person
      • Where: 1 Hosking Place, Sydney
      • More: Suminoya

      11. Govindas Cinema, Darlinghurst

      Feel like catching a movie? Offering a spin on the traditional buffet, be sure to grab a bite at Govindas Cinema. Operating for more than 40 years, Govindas, a not-for-profit enterprise, has cemented itself in Sydney’s competitive dining scene & is widely regarded by the locals as a Sydney Institution. As one of the city’s first plant based restaurants, they pride themselves on offering an ethical and unique dining experience.

      Helmed by famous chef Karana Krishna Das for over 20 years, he creates an impressive range of vegan and vegetarian dishes with particular standouts like coriander channa dahl and crispy deep fried cauliflower pakoras topped with chilli chutney. Feast on their extensive international buffet starting with the dahl soup, share a plate of pakoras and potato wedges and then get ready for the main course. Choose from an array of salads, baked penne pasta, shepherds pie, kofta balls in a house made tomato sauce or lightly spiced vegetable curries to name a few.  

      • What: All-you-can-eat vegetarian dinner, Thursday to Sunday
      • Cost: Adults: $28, Children $14.90 (3-12 years)
      • Where: 112 Darlinghurst Rd, Darlinghurst
      • More: Govindas

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