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11 Best All You Can Eat Buffets In Melbourne That Are Guaranteed To Fill You Up

Looking to chow down to your heart's content? Then dining at a delicious all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant in Melbourne might be just what you’re looking for!

They are a great option if you’re looking to feast with family and friends without having to empty your wallet. 

To help you experience the best all you can eat Melbourne has to offer, here's a list of our top all you can eat buffet restaurants in Melbourne.

Best All You Can Eat Buffets & Restaurants Melbourne

1. Kitchen Workshop, Southbank

Kitchen Workshop's all-you-can-eat buffet is a great way to enjoy seasonal produce and the freshest flavours. The buffet offers a tasty salad bar where you can build your own salads, a warming soup station, a hot buffet and of course, a decadent dessert counter. There are also unlimited soft drinks, so you can indulge to your heart's content!

Kitchen Workshop also often runs promotions such as kids eat free, so book ahead for a dining experience that everyone will love.

Kitchen Workshop, Ground Floor West End Casino (Near Clarendon St), 8 Whiteman St Southbank, +61 3 9292 5777

Kitchen Workshop

2. Melba, Southbank

Whether you're planning a breakfast, lunch or dinner buffet, The Langham Hotel's Melba Restaurant might be the best all you can eat buffet Melbourne has on offer. 

The welcoming restaurant uses the best locally-sourced produce and innovative dishes from around the globe, including freshly sliced sushi, a tandoor oven baking fresh naan, dumplings, pasta and more.

For kids, the dessert bar and the famous Melba chocolate fountain will be the cherry on top of the whole experience.

Melba, 1 Southgate Avenue, Southbank, 1800 641 107, rest.res@langhamhotels.com

3. Crossways, Melbourne

For a wholesome vegan/vegetarian lunch or dinner head on over to Crossways at Swanston Street where all their food is cooked with love and devotion by the Hare Krishna devotees.

A different menu is available every day of the week to make sure that there is a bit of variety. On top of this, the Crossways all-you-can-eat daily menu consists of two courses plus a drink.

Crossways, 147 Swanston Street, Melbourne, +61 3 9650 2939, info@crosswaysfoodforlife.com.au

Crossways all you can eat menu

4. The Conservatory at Crown, Southbank

Within the opulent surrounds of Conservatory at Crown, you can enjoy one of Melbourne's finest and most indulgent buffets.

Be spoiled with stunning Yarra views, marble floors and lavish décor, while the buffet features a diverse and exciting spread of international cuisine to inspire and delight every palate.

With breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets available, you can pick your favourite meal and indulge in this all you can eat buffet for your next special occasion.

The Conservatory at Crown, 8, Level 1 Crown Towers, Whiteman St, Southbank, +61 3 9292 5777


5. Gaijin, South Yarra

If you’re looking for all-you-can-eat sushi, GAIJIN is for you!

This Japanese Fusion restaurant in South Yarra offers a refreshing contemporary Japanese cuisine, with their all-you-can-eat sushi buffet available every Monday to Thursday. There's also the option to upgrade to sashimi as part of your all you can eat buffet.

GAIJIN, 135 Commercial Road, South Yarra, +61 3 9804 8873, gaijinmelbourne@gmail.com

Gaijin all you can eat buffet melbourne

6. No35, Melbourne

Looking for the best breakfast buffet in Melbourne with the best view to match? Then head to the Sofitel’s No35 on the 35th level of the luxury hotel, where you'll be treated to a panoramic view of the Central Business District.

Enjoying some of the best pancakes, omelettes and other breakfast goodies around, plus sugar-free preserves and gluten-free bread for those with dietary restrictions. On top of this, every dish has its ingredients labelled to help you know if this dish is right for you.

No35 Sofitel Melbourne Hotel, Level 35, 25 Collins Street, Melbourne, +61 3 9653 7744

No35 all you can eat breakfast

7. Takumi, Melbourne

Takumi is a top destination for all you can eat Japanese Melbourne dining.

Takumi specialises in offering high-quality all-you-can-eat yakiniku (bbq) and shabu shabu (hotpot) buffets. 

Their other offerings include a selection of unique signature dishes such as Wagyu beef tataki, salmon carpaccio, scotch fillet steaks and a wide range of authentic sake, shochu and fine wines.

Takumi, 32 Bourke Street, Melbourne, +61 3 9650 7020

Takumi all you can eat Japanese

8. Collins Kitchen Grand Hyatt, Melbourne

So far, we’ve listed a bunch of breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets, but what if you’re looking for an All-You-Can-Eat high tea experience?

The Collins Kitchen at the Grand Hyatt will give you a stylish all-you-can-eat high tea affair that features some of the finest teaware you’ve ever seen!

Featuring Cristina Re's signature teaware collection, The Collins Kitchen at the Grand Hyatt high tea experience is a luxurious affair that offers an array of T2 signature tea blends and espresso coffee perfectly paired with a selection of warm scones served with jams, cream and preserves, elegant finger sandwiches, decadent desserts and golden pastries presented on an array of coloured and patterned vintage inspired fine china paired with tea cups and teapots, all trimmed in 24-carat gold.

The Collins Kitchen at the Grand Hyatt, 123 Collins Street, Melbourne, +61 3 9657 1234

Grand Hyatt all you can eat high tea CBD

9. David's, Prahran

David's offers the best Shanghainese food in Melbourne and a Chinese all-you-can-eat buffet that will bring joy to any occasion.

Binge on sumptuous dishes such as Sticky Pork Belly, Steamed John Dory with XO sauce and deliciously plump dumplings – all of which are a feast for taste buds and your eyes!

David's, 4 Cecil Place, Prahran, +61 3 9529 5199

Davids all you can eat chinese food melbourne

10. BBQ King, Melbourne

BBQ King boasts that they offer the ‘Best Korean BBQ Buffet in Melbourne'.

Get barbecuing for lunch and dinner plus add Korean favourites such as soybean stew, spicy rice cakes, and kimchi pancakes.

BBQ King, 280 King St, Melbourne 0493 550 100

BBQ King Korean Restaurant Melbourne
BBQ King Korean Restaurant Melbourne

11. OKAMI, Multiple All You Can Eat Melbourne Locations

With locations all across Melbourne, it’s highly likely that there is an OKAMI Japanese All You Can Eat restaurant near you.

Combining a cosy atmosphere with freshly made traditional Japanese food, their mission is to have great-tasting food alongside efficient and friendly service.

OKAMI offers a generous All You Can Eat style menu (for a minimum of 2 people) incorporating over 30 traditional Japanese dishes including Sashimi, Beef Carpaccio, Agedashi Tofu, Tempura Prawns, Chicken Teriyaki, Green Tea Icecream and more.

The concept is also simple: eat as much as you can in a two-hour sitting, while every dish is freshly made by your order. Additionally, an à la carte menu and a takeaway menu are also provided with a wider range of options to choose from for more occasions.

OKAMI, Hampton, Caulfield, Wantirna, Footscray, Brunswick, Camberwell, Greensborough, Fairfield, Frankston, Chirnside Park, Narre Warren, Doncaster, Cranbourne, Hoppers Crossing, Sunbury, Caroline Springs, Chelsea Heights, Craigieburn, Pakenham, Niddrie, Epping, Melton, Whittlesea, Williamstown, visit website for specific locations and contact details here

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