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Buffet Perth: Where To Go & What To Wear (*Spoiler Alert* Stretchy Pants, Obvs)

How do you judge an all-you-can-eat restaurant? Of course, if you’re going to stuff yourself silly, you want the food to be great. But you also don’t want to feel shamed for asking for seconds. Perth has no shortage of buffets and all you can eat banquets including Korean BBQs, five-star buffets, smorgasbords. Here, some of our favourites, where you won’t be judged for getting that third or fourth plate, and where you’ll be able to taste till your heart’s content as much great food as your stretchy pants will allow.



East Fremantle

Ready for a Greek feast? You’ll find a selection of delicious Greek dishes from traditional moussaka to fresh seafood and salads. There are lots of healthy options and a few Aussie favourites too. Leave room for dessert because there’s baklava, brandy pudding, Ravani and much more. This place also has lovely views of the river, so you can enjoy the view inbetween buffet visits.


Northbridge, Subiaco & Victoria Park

Bottomless Korean barbecue… sign us up! Seoul Buffet Korean BBQ & Steamboat have answered your Bulgogi prayers, serving up a huge buffet of Korean meat, veges and side dishes galore. Every table is has a Korean-style barbecue and steamboat burner, all you have to do is load up and get cooking!



Now, this is the ultimate buffet experience in Perth, the Epicurean Crown Towers has four live cooking stations and offers artisan cold cuts, breads and cheeses, raw salads, plus house-smoked briskets, pastrami and ribs. You can try Indian and Pakistani cuisine, with Tandoori ovens cooking authentic naan breads and skewered meats as well as handmade dim sum, silks barbeque and roasted meats. Complete the experience with fresh ice-cream, house-made confectionery, and a huge chocolate fountain!



Miss Maud may technically be Swedish it’s pretty Aussie to us and a Perth institution since the early ’70s and serving up a Swedish style buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner. As usual, we stock up on the prawn cocktail and spend most of our time drooling over all the European cakes. The Princess cake is a must.



Calling all hungry vegetarians, Annalakshmi is your all you can eat Mecca of tasty authentic Indian vegetarian food. You also just pay what you want to, but we recommend digging deep as it’s completely run by volunteers, there to spread good vibes And good food.



This one’s for all the meat lovers, get ready for the endless rodizio (rotisserie) meat feast at Lapa. Roaming waiters carve your choice of 16 different cuts of barbecued meat straight on to your plate. To accompany your endless meat feast there’s plenty of sides too, so make room. All for $45, you really can’t go wrong.



All you can eat steamboat at Dragon Seafood Chinese Restaurant in Northbridge. You read right and don’t worry everyone gets their own hot pot. When you arrive you choose from seven soup bases. You then head up to the buffet to choose your meats and vegetables, and head back as many times as you like. It’s messy but so much fun. And seriously, loose clothing is not optional.

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