Best All You Can Eat Restaurants in Sydney

6 Best All You Can Eat Restaurants in Sydney

Want to gorge yourself at the best all you can eat restaurants Sydney has to offer? Of course, you do. Let’s be real, “all you can eat” is a phrase one only hopes to hear when at a restaurant. It’s a one-way ticket to pig out on food that your gut has only fantasised about. Luckily, Sydney is home to many buffets, but choosing one that suits your appetite is no cinch.

The good news is that no matter how hollow your legs are or what cuisine you’re itching for, these eateries have you covered. And the bad news is, well, there’s no bad news! Because these restaurants will surely leave you in a food coma. That’s why we’ve put together this list of the best all you can eat restaurants in Sydney.

Best of All You Can Eat Restaurants in Sydney

  • Best for Ambience: Spring Street Social
  • Best for Dietary Restrictions/Preferences: Govindas Cinema and Restaurant
  • Best for Sushi: Star Buffet

How We Chose This List of Sydney Restaurants

This list was compiled through personal experience and online research, as well as through commentary from food critics and expert restaurant reviewers.

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Image: Churrasco

1. Churrasco

Churrasco is the best buffet in Sydney for a simple reason: the meaty zests of Brazilian cuisine in a samba ambience. The thinly-spaced restaurant encapsulates the flamboyant food scene of Rio de Janeiro. For $50 per head, one can relish their tantalizing meats that are slowly barbequed and skirted with vegetables, salads and antipasto dishes. And for $35 per person, an all you can eat vegetarian menu is offered. Hint: try their iconic Picanha (beef rump) and Churros with special sweetened sauce.

What We Like: The Brazilian cuisine.
What We Don’t Like: Limited menu.

Address: 240 Coogee Bay Rd, Coogee NSW 2034
Phone: (02) 9665 6535
Trading Hours: Mon-Thu 5-10 pm, Fri 5-10:30 pm, Sun 12-10 pm


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Image: Sydney Tower Buffet

2. Sydney Tower Buffet

If you’re seeking a penthouse-like view of the CBD and a buffet with more than 40 dishes spanning from East to West, than the Sydney Tower Buffet is the best buffet in Sydney for you. At 82 floors above the city, savour delicacies crafted by avant-garde chefs. For a casual lunch during the weekday, it’s $90 per head on weekday dinners. Order the Baked barramundi, fennel, pink pepper slaw and Panna cotta with compressed melon and Tasmanian pepper—they’re to die for.

What We Like: The kangaroo meat.
What We Don’t Like:  Lots and lots of tourists.

Address: Level 4/108 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: 1300 391 808
Trading Hours: Mon-Sun 12-2 pm, 5-9 pm

Sydney Tower Buffet

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Image: Spring Street Social

3. Spring Street Social

Best for: Ambience

Spring Street Social has it all: Live music and late-night foods that hit the spot, all in our beloved Bondi Junction. The venue invokes a 1920s vibe; a dimly lit, jazz-infused hub for the those wanting to de-stress. For $49 per individual try the all you can eat dumplings with a glass of wine for two people (total value up to $88). Or try their Salmon Candy or the lobster macaroni with chorizo and sundried tomatoes with a side of the pepita and feta-drizzled harissa carrots. Let this place take you back to a forgotten era of good service.

What We Like: The live music.
What We Don’t Like: Expensive cocktails.

Address: 110 Spring St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022
Phone: (02) 8667 5395
Trading Hours: Tue-Fri 5 pm-2 am, Sat 5 pm-12 am, Sun 24 hrs

Spring Street Social

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Image: Govindas Cinema and Restaurant

4. Govindas Cinema and Restaurant

Best for: Dietary Restrictions/Preferences

Firstly, you should know that no two nights are the same at Govindas. This all you can eat buffet is a vegetarian staple that operates an upstairs living room-like cinema. Eat until your satisfied for $25 per person. The staples here include Indian dahl soup, vegetable curry, baked penne, the succulent kofta balls in creamy tomato sauce and large veggie samosas. When finished dining, you’ll be invited to kick off your shoes and recline on comfy couches or tub chairs and watch a movie.

What We Like: Dietary adjustments possible.
What We Don’t Like: Slower service.

Address: 112 Darlinghurst Rd, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Phone: +61 425 333 086
Trading Hours: Wed-Sun 5:45-10 pm

Govindas Cinema and Restaurant

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Image: The Colonial India Buffet

5. The Colonial India Buffet

Put simply, The Colonial India Buffet gives you nothing less than fine cuisine that nourishes the stomach and soul. This pristine eatery draws on foods of colonial times and serves them with a contemporary crunch. The cuisine is comprised of slow-cooked veggies and meats, an array of tapas, curry mains, both meat and vegetarian—induced by flavours across India. The restaurant is currently slinging a feast for two (valued at $85) for $38—so hurry to get your bucks worth!

What We Like: Delivery options
What We Don’t Like: Spice level can be lacking.

Address: 118 Crown St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Phone: (02) 9332 1336
Trading Hours: Mon-Sun 5-10 pm

The Colonial India Buffet

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Image: Star Buffet

6. Star Buffet

Best for: Sushi

Since ’04, the Star Buffet has brought nothing less of sensational international dishes to the all you can eat buffet scene. Their menu range is from East to West: Smoked salmon, crab legs, mussels, scallops, octopus, and squid, selection of soup choices, Mongolian beef, roasted duck, barbeque pork, honey soy chicken, nori rolls, hand rolls and sushi. And the list goes on. The selection of desserts is innumerable. Be sure to get all you can eat lunch for only $25 per person, and dinner $29 pp at this stalwart.

What We Like: The sushi train!
What We Don’t Like: Slower service.

Address: 1 Meredith St, Bankstown NSW 2200
Phone: (02) 8713 0701
Trading Hours: Wed-Thu 11:30-2 pm, 5-9 pm, Fri-Sat 11:30-2 pm, 5-9:30 pm, Sun 11:30-2 pm, 5-9 pm

Star Buffet

Key Things to Consider for Sydney’s Hottest Restaurants

The key factors to keep in mind when deciding where to go:

  • Price – how expensive are the deals and the drinks.
  • Variation – menu variety and ability to make changes when needed.
  • Location – whether that be in the center of all the action or somewhere quaint and quiet.
  • Service – good service makes the experience at a restaurant that much more enjoyable.

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General FAQs

What is the difference between a buffet and all you can eat?

There is one slight difference between a buffet and an all you can eat restaurant. In a buffet, you have to serve yourself, whereas at all you can eat, generally, there is one item that is endless and served at your table by the wait staff.

Can you get kicked out of an all you can eat restaurant?

If you just want to hog-out on food at an all you can eat restaurant, then no. Though if you impinge some of their house rules, like overstay, then yes.

What is a good all you can eat restaurant in the Sydney CBD?

The Kansai Japanese Restaurant, Sydney Tower Buffet and Govindas Cinema and Restaurant are the top all you can eat spots in the Sydney CBD.

Madi Al Madi

Madi Al Madi

Madi Al Madi is a lifestyle expert and writer for Man of Many. Madi completed a Bachelor of Communications with a major in Journalism at Western Sydney University and specialises in fitness, food, and culture reporting. His work has been published in Aussie Gossip, Australian Business News, Beauty News Australian and his own personal blog, The Sydney Tribune.