UPDATED: Buffet Dinners Brisbane | Places to Go for All You Can Eat!

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Do you know about your huge variety of local buffet dinners Brisbane style? You butter believe it, baby! Here’s where to go to chow down

Buffet dinners Brisbane

From all you can eat Korean BBQ to the classic Sizzler salad bar, there are so many options for those looking to feed a big family – or just a big appetite! All. You. Can. Eat!

All you can eat dinners Brisbane

We have compiled the most comprehensive list that is updated monthly to ensure all the best buffets (and discounts) are included!

Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut is a family favourite (well, it is at my house!) Savoury dishes include pizzas, chicken bites, chicken wings, cheesy garlic bread, cheesy potato bites, mac and cheese, carbonara pasta and lasagne. Sweet cravings can be satisfied with desserts such as chocolate mousse, Magnum minis, lemon zest cheesecake and caramel cookie shots.

Address: Grand Plaza Shopping Centre 1-25 Browns Plains Road, Browns Plains, QLD

Website: Pizza Hut website

Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane

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Feast on this Asian dinner buffet with a group of up to three friends at The Eatery; opt to include a glass of wine or beer.

Four Points By Sheraton, offers an ideal location, friendly service and fresh local produce. In addition to their a la carte menu, the restaurant offers a range of seasonal experiences, as well as a diverse wine and beer list. The friendly staff create a relaxed and modern atmosphere, ideal for sharing meals with family, friends.

Restaurant Red And Green

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Restaurant Red and Green offers Korean charcoal grilling experiences. Guests can have fun cooking their own meals and enjoying flavour combinations with a selection of freshly​ made salads. There are also other options on the menu including traditional Korean hot pots and noodles.

Address: 3/14 Annerley Rd, Woolloongabba

Website: Restaurant Red and Green website

Maru Korean

Got a family of foodies on your hands? Salad bar jelly just not cutting it for your Masterchef obsessed teen? Venture into the city for a family night of all you can eat at Maru Korean! With a variety of Korean dishes available, the whole family will be sure to love the experience. Older kids will get a real kick out of helping Mum or Dad fry the Korean BBQ meats on the DIY grill! Conveniently located in the city, public transport options abound so you can roll on home after you stuff yourselves silly. 

Address: 157 Elizabeth St, Brisbane City 

Website: Maru Koean Facebook page

West End Sushi Buffet

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Located on Vulture Street, West End Sushi Buffet serves traditional Japanese seafood delicacies in a friendly atmosphere of their brightly coloured interiors. Offering an all-you-can-eat option, as well as fully vegetarian and meat variations, the eatery welcomes individual sushi aficionados and groups alike. The meal can be followed by a dessert and accompanied with a hot drink.

Address: 105 Vulture St, West End

Website: West End Sushi Buffet website

Sizzling Mongolian BBQ House

Sizzling Mongolian BBQ House serve up traditional food coming from the far East. Established in 1998, the restaurant is a fully licensed venue with an all-you-can-eat buffet, where customers can enjoy a hot food bar, sweet desserts and various kinds of beverages. Sizzling Mongolian are located in the residential area of Taringa.

Address: 2/144 Indooroopilly Rd, Taringa

Website: Sizzling Mongolian BBQ House website

Hotel Richlands

Hotel Richlands is the home of an all you can eat buffet that the whole family can enjoy. Ranging from Asian cuisines to Mediterranean dishes, the buffet options are consistency growing and changing. Kid’s prices start at $9.95 for Lunch and Dinner, with a ‘bottomless soft drink’ option costing an addition $4.95. Score on all fronts and a fantastic Brisbane buffet dinner choice! 

Address: 132 Government Rd, Richlands 

Website: Hotel Richlands website

Kookaburra Showboat Cruises

One of the top buffet dinners Brisbane has to offer AND a show?! Perfect for a special occasion such as a birthday or Father’s Day, the Kookaburra offers a memorable dining and entertainment experience while sailing along the Brisbane river. Treat your family to an evening of city lights, live music and a contemporary international buffet – or why not upgrade to the seafood buffet and have a whale of a time! This is an absolutely ‘Brisbane’ experience that we recommend everyone do at least once (maybe twice, okay, maybe more than that!). 

Address: Eagle St Pier, 1 Eagle Street, Brisbane City

Website: Kookaburra Showboat Cruises website 

Springwood Hotel

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The Springwood Hotel’s Feast Buffet hosts a generous range that everyone can appreciate. The buffet offers soups, roasted meats, pizza, pasta, Asian dishes, fresh salads, and dessert. The Feast is open 7 days a week. Children’s prices range from $5 to $12.95. Kids under 3 years eat free.

It’s really important to find places where kids eat for free – have you checked our monster list?

Address: Cnr Springwood & Rochedale Rds, Springwood 

Website: Springwood Hotel website 

Kedron-Wavell Services Club

The Kedron Wavell’s Thr3e Restaurant is open from Wednesday to Saturday (Lunch from 11:30 am; Dinner from 5 pm) and Sunday (Lunch from 11 am; Dinner from 5 pm). Sundays is the restaurant’s ‘Roast Day’, which includes three types of roasted meats, seasonal vegetables, salad, soups, and dessert. Kids between 4 and 13 years pay $1 per year of age, and kids under 3 eat free. Whoop whoop! 

Address: 21 Kittyhawk Dr, Chermside 

Website: Kedron-Wavell Services Club website

The Sofitel

249 Turbot Street, Brisbane City

6.00pm – 10.00pm

All you can eat buffet meets fine French cuisine? It may be an unlikely pair but it’s exactly what’s on offer at Thyme 2 in the Sofitel Hotel! And we’re not talking buckets of fried frogs legs… think smoked duck with apples, abundant fresh seafood, French pastries and even a chocolate fountain. Of course, at $98.00 per adult this is our pick for VERY special occasion dining – but hey it’s cheaper than flights to Paris! We absolutely LOVE The Sofitel all year round – they’re always putting on special events. 

Address: 249 Turbot Street, Brisbane City 

Website: The Sofitel website

Ariala’s Restaurant

Open from Tuesday to Sunday, Kippa-Ring’s Ariala Restaurant is a must experience buffet of Brisbane. Two visits are never the same as the menu is always changing and evolving. You can expect salads, seafood, curry, pasta, roasted meats, vegetables, steak, and dessert. Kids between the age of 3 to 12 years are charged from $10.50 to $18.50. Children under 2 years eat free. Adults are $37.50.

Address: 246 Anzac Ave, Kippa-Ring 

Website: Ariala’s Restaurant website

Motion Dining, Marriott – temporarily closed

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Here you’ll find an all you can eat seafood buffet every Friday and Saturday night. The buffet runs from 5 pm to 6:45 pm on Fridays and 7 pm to 9:30 pm on Saturdays. Bookings are absolutely essential! 

Address: Brisbane Marriott Hotel, 515 Queen St, Brisbane City 

Website: Motion Dining website

Sizzler – permanently closed

Located in Loganholme and Caboolture, Sizzler is the perfect buffet destination for local families.

Check out the Tuesday dinner salad bar for just $19.95 per person. It gets you unlimited access to their huge salad bar; including pastas, pizza, cakes, jelly, roast meats, fruit and everything in between. A typical family favourite is the hot cheesy garlic bread! If your family has a Sizzler favourite, lettuce know! This is a golden oldie that we’re still lucky to have around, so make sure you visit the last remaining Sizzler in Brisbane while the getting’s good. 

Address: The Piazza, Hyperdome & Morayfield Road, Caboolture

A smorgasbord of choices for the best buffet dinners Brisbane!

Did your favourite Brisbane buffet dinner make the cut? Or do you prefer challenging your appetite with an all you can eat breakfast? See our buffet breakfast guide here!

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