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Chow Down in the City Adelaide's All You Can Eat Fiesta_1

Chow Down in the City: Adelaide’s All You Can Eat Fiesta

Wondering where to savor the ultimate all-you-can-eat experiences? We got you!

From sizzling skewers at B’Churrasco Brazilian BBQ Restaurant to the build-it-yourself Mongolian feasts at Kublai Khan Mongolian Barbecue Restaurant, Adelaide offers it all.

We’re here to help you dive deeper into these extraordinary dining destinations!

Best All-You-Can-Eat Spots in Adelaide

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Address: 184 Hindley St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8212 5557

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Wed – 5 pm to 10 pm 
  • Thu to Sun – 5 pm to 10:30 pm


Don Korean BBQ Buffet is dishing out everything you need for a K BBQ buffet, from smoky skinless belly and bubbling hot pots to Korean appetizers like kimchi and fishcakes.

The main event features succulent bulgogi, finger-licking rib fingers, and melt-in-your-mouth Wagyu. They have wallet-friendly pricing too. 

From Monday to Thursday, the buffet is a steal at $42.90, and even on the busier Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and public holidays, it’s just $43.90. And for the little ones aged 6 to 10 years old, the buffet is half the price.

Keep in mind the buffet is valid only for 90 minutes, with the timer commencing after the first dish is served. 

Finish your meal, as leftovers will cost you $9.90 per plate.
Charlie’s Diner

Address: 466 Brighton Rd, Brighton, SA 5048

Contact Details: (08) 8471 3095

Operating Hours:

  • Mon – 5 pm to 9 pm
  • Tue to Fri – 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm, 5 pm to 9 pm
  • Sat – 11:30 am to 2:30 pm, 4:30 pm to 9:30 pm
  • Sun – 11:30 am to 2:30 pm, 5 pm to 9 pm


The 50s-themed Charlie’s Diner has a bit of everything: Asian dishes, hearty soups, fresh seafood, mouthwatering pizza, crispy nugs—you name it.

If you have a sweet tooth, their buffet has you covered with hot treats like chocolate and sticky date pudding alongside creamy custard and crispy churros. For the cool cats, there’s chocolate mousse and tempting cheesecake slices.

Lunch will set you back a mere $29.95 per person, and dinner starts at $39.95 for adults, with a peak price of $41.95 on Saturday and Sunday only. The best part is every Monday and Tuesday, kids eat for free!

Visit the restaurant’s playroom and cinema room with your kids after your meal.

Check their weekly specials, including happy hour promos and dog-friendly menus.

Address: 98 Main Street, Hahndorf, SA 5245

Contact Details: (08) 8388 7888

Operating Hours: 

  • Mon to Thu 9:30 am until late
  • Fri to Sat – 9:30 am to 1:30 am
  • Sun – 9:30 am until late


Hahndorf Old Mill has a buffet that brings terrific flavor without breaking the bank. Here, you’ll get bread rolls, salads, carvery, seafood, and steamed veggies.

If you’re looking for the top chow, we’ll go with the tender roast pork and zesty lemon-peppered fish. There are also hot pots to warm your palates, a fruit bar, and a dessert frenzy with ice cream as the headliner. 

Weekdays will cost you a cool $23 for adults and $14.90 for the little ones. But roll up on the weekend, and it’s $27.90 for the grown-ups and the same $14.90 for the kiddos.

Prices can change, especially on holidays. Stay updated by visiting their website.

Check their gaming rooms with pool tables and arcade machines.

Address: 45 King William Street, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8210 8899

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Fri – 7 am to 10 pm
  • Sat to Sun – 7 am to 10:30 am


Nestled in a heritage-listed building, the stunning Mayflower Restaurant serves fancy breakfast buffet bites. 

Their all-you-can-eat brekkie features Barossa bacon, prawn cocktails, and even their classic Mayfair beef Wellington. At the buffet table’s end, there’s a trolley with handpicked desserts like strawberry cakes, macarons, and chocolate mousse. 

For the prices, the full-blown buffet breakfast will set you back $44 per adult, including a dose of caffeine with one barista coffee. If you want something lighter for the wallet and tummy, the continental breakfast is just $34 for adults.

You can rent the restaurant’s spaces for birthdays, weddings, and corporate events. 

Don’t forget to bring your kids. Little munchers aged 4 to 12 can get both breakfast buffets for just $22.

Address: 170 Connell St, North Adelaide, SA 5006

Contact Details: (08) 8267 3820

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Thu – 12 pm to 3 pm, 5 pm to 10:30 pm
  • Fri to Sat – 12 pm to 3 pm, 5 pm to 11 pm
  • Sun – 12 pm to 3 pm, 5 pm to 10:30 pm


Beyond India’s buffet is authentic and fiery. You’ll be treated to street pakoras and veg-chili momos with an explosion of savory and spicy flavors.

But it’s the mains where things get seriously intense and flavorful. We enjoyed the goat Hyderabadi with rich and aromatic spices and the rara chicken with a dash of zestiness.

For the sweet finale, we ended on a high note with iconic Indian sweets like jalebi and creamy pal payasam.

Pricing is determined during the booking process. 

If you’re not a fan of very spicy food, ask the staff for milder options.

Address: 108 Currie St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8432 1999

Operating Hours: Sat only – 12:30 pm


Garcon Bleu gourmet brunch buffet at $99 per person is pure French indulgence and flavor. They have a spread including fresh patisseries, fromage, and charcuterie that will transport you to a Parisian bistro. 

We filled our plates with their earthy fresh-baked baguettini and salty jambon de Bayonne. The crepe selection also satisfied our palates, especially the ones with Chantilly crème and goat cheese.

Bottomless cocktails, like Bloody Mary and mimosas, are included in this buffet. If you’re not into alcohol, you can go for their fruit juices and French coffee—both unlimited, too.

Booking is required, with telephone calls as the fastest method. 

Stay updated on the restaurant’s upcoming events, like holiday specials and wine tastings.

Their modern French-styled rooms can be rented for private events such as birthdays and weddings.

Address: North Terrace, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8238 2400

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Fri – 6.30 am to 10 am
  • Sat to Sun – 6:30 am to 11 am 


Riverside Restaurant’s all-you-can-eat breakfast is perfect for diners who prefer classic Aussie cuisine with seasonal ingredients. 

Everything here is fresh, from the muffins to the fruit and veggie salads. The yogurt and pastry selection are also artisanal, ensuring top-tier flavor and locally sourced ingredients.

Their brekkie big guns include fluffy scrambled eggs, smoky pork sausages, and crispy bacon. These delights perfectly complement the side dish section, with farm-fresh cheese and roasted mushrooms as the most picked.

Booking isn’t required, but you should give them a call for the updated buffet fees.

Address: 255 Esplanade, Henley Beach, SA 5022

Contact Details: 0466 645 800

Operating Hours: Thu only – 5:30 pm to 11 pm


On Thursdays, Seamore’s have a beachside buffet bliss with their $30 banquet deal per person. It’s a three-course feast, starting with Arancini, little balls of Arborio rice, cheese, and eggs. 

Then comes the main event, a carb party where you get to pick between pizza or pasta. The selection changes per week, but expect Margherita, pasta bolognese, and pepperoni pizza as the constants. 

The cherry on top is the Italian dessert options. You can’t go wrong with their tiramisu and panna cotta as your finishers.

Opt for dining on the balcony or near the windows to enjoy a more scenic view of the beach. 

Remember to dress warmly, though, particularly in the evening, as the temperature tends to be chilly here.

Address: 150 North Terrace, (Inside Stamford Plaza Adelaide), Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8461 0394

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Fri – 6:30 am to 10:30 am
  • Sat to Sun – 6:30 am to 11 am


TG’s Restaurant’s breakfast buffet is worth setting the alarm for. The chow here is timeless, like eggs and bacon cooked to order, and we’re talking your style, your way.

If you prefer a light morning meal, their cereals and yogurt will do the trick. The bread section is also mouthwatering, with freshly baked sourdough, toast, and dampers.

Plus, you can wash it all down with a selection of tea, filter coffee, and juices. The affordable $35 fee per person is also worth noting.

To ensure you have the widest selection of freshly prepared dishes, try to arrive at the buffet when it opens or shortly thereafter.

Address: 106 Halifax St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8223 5391

Operating Hours:

  • Mon – Closed
  • Tue to Fri – 11 am to 10 pm
  • Sat – 11 am to 12 am
  • Sun – 11 am to 3 pm


Rob Roy Hotel’s $45 all-you-can-eat experience is as diverse as it is delectable. 

They take things up a notch with a hearty selection that includes heavy-hitters like beef sliders, porterhouse sliders, and chicken schnitty sliders. The fan-faves, though, are the nachos, beef burgers, and lasagna.

The dessert line-up brimming with apple crumbles and sundaes also doesn’t miss!

Bookings are required. You can contact them via phone, email, or Facebook.

Address: 408 King William St, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: 0466 093 118

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Thu – 5:30 pm to 9 pm
  • Fri – 5 pm to 9 pm
  • Sat – 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm, 5 pm to 10 pm
  • Sun – 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm, 5 pm to 8 pm


Mugen House isn’t messing around; they have an array of Japanese nosh that can make your taste buds do a happy jig. 

The $49.8 buffet is an all-out Japanese feast, with treats like pork gyoza, beef tataki, and sushi nigiri that made our teammates loosen some buttons. 

Our kids also had a blast with the bite-sized teriyaki rolls and yaki daifuku, deep-fried mochi with sugar syrup.

Our teammates who craved heartier meals went with their beef udon and curry rice. They said the bowls packed a savory punch, but the resto’s green tea provided a refreshing balance.

You can rent Mugen House for weddings, engagements, and corporate events.

Address: 12 East Terrace, Adelaide, SA 5000

Contact Details: (08) 8232 5111

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Tue – Closed
  • Wed to Thu – 6 pm to 9:30 pm
  • Fri to Sat – 5:30 pm to 10:30 pm
  • Sun – 11:30 am to 3 am


B’Churrasco Brazilian BBQ Restaurant is a dream for meat lovers. For $79 per diner, you’ll be indulging in unlimited Brazilian BBQ. 

We usually go for the succulent rcanha (rump cap) for casual dinners, but the sweet and smoky asa de frango (chicken wing) is better for beer nights. 

Also, don’t leave the party without trying the fatty and juicy paleta de porco (pork neck) that will have you grinning with guilty pleasure!

Bring your kiddos. You only have to pay $20 per kid (5 to 12 years old) for them to get the buffet dishes.

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Address: 1-3 St Anns Pl, Parkside, SA 5063

Contact Details: (08) 8272 8688

Operating Hours:

  • Mon to Thu – 5:30 pm to 10 pm
  • Fri to Sat – 5:30 to 11 pm
  • Sun – 5:30 pm to 10 pm


Kublai Khan made us eat like true Mongolian warriors. Their trademark $28.50 feast lives up to its name, offering us unlimited iron-grilled chicken, lamb, pork, and beef.

We were also the cooks of our culinary creations here. Our team selected fresh vegetables, like mushrooms, capsicum, and beansprouts, to pair with the BBQ. 

And we can’t forget the bottomless sauces and accompaniments, from tangy parsley sauce to fiery chili oil and everything in between!

For a more relaxed dining experience with less crowded seating, consider visiting Kublai Khan Mongolian Barbecue Restaurant on weekdays. 

Don’t be afraid to get creative with the sauces and seasonings. The staff can help you, so strike up a conversation!

Bring extra cash if you want to experience their all-you-can-eat dessert menu. It costs $8.50 per person.

Address: 631 Anzac Hwy, Glenelg North, SA 5045

Contact Details: (08) 8231 1188

Operating Hours: Daily – 8 am to 2 am


Watermark Glenelg’s $29.50 (per adult) international buffet is a classic in Glenelg for good reasons. 

At this chic resto, you can load up your plates with multiple delectable dishes, from Chinese sweet and sour pork to creamy salmon mornay. 

If you have a hankering for hot flavors, their spicy curries will ignite your taste buds. Don’t worry, though, desserts like apple crumble and chocolate pudding will balance things out.

Invite a senior to the restaurant. They’ll enjoy a 20% buffet discount.

Kids 5 and below don’t have to pay. However, little ones aged 6 to 14 will be charged $18.95.
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