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The great thing about all you can eat buffets with kids is that there is no waiting time for the meals. Anyone with children knows it can be a nightmare for kids to wait for anything. There’s the bonus of kids filling their plates with whatever they want. This not only satiates the fussiest of eaters, but it also gives them ownership and can make the whole dining experience more fun for all involved.
Here are the best places to sport your stretchy pants.
Treasury Hotel and Casino Brisbane Confirmed for 2020: Feast this Christmas at Treasury Brisbane. Their culinary team have curated a spectacular festive lunch menu featuring the freshest locally-sourced seafood, traditional Christmas favourites, and a dessert extravaganza. Hanwoori’s particular buffet of barbecueables is UNLIMITED and will only set you back $35.90–$38.90pp. Neverending Meat At Navala Churrascaria Brisbane City. Answer 1 of 4: My daughter asked for a mother/daughter weekend stay in Brisbane for her birthday. She LOVES breakfast buffets so I started looking at hotels that might include it, but I didn't find too many hotel reviews that also commented on breakfast.
Shabuhouse is a fusion Japanese buffet restaurant that brings together the freshest Sushi, Japanese Shabu shabu hotpot, and delicious hot food. They serve up the authentic Japanese cuisine and a variety of classic dishes to satisfy everyone's tastebuds. Buffet-goers get their own individual Shabu Shabu hotpot - to cook meat or seafood with vegetables - so everyone can enjoy their creation however they like it! There is also a huge selction of sushi on offer plus some stalpe buffet favourites like springrolls and french fries.
Where: Level 1, 70 Mary Street, Brisbane
When: Lunch - Saturday Only - 12pm – 3pm; Dinner - Friday - Sunday 5:00pm-10:00pm
Cost: Lunch - Adults: $29.90, 8yr – 11yr: $21.00, 4yr – 7yr: $16.00; Dinner - Adults: $39.90, 8yr – 11yr: $25.00, 4yr – 7yr: $17.00
Sofitel Brisbane Thyme 2
The delightful Thyme 2 restaurant at Sofitel Brisbane Central offers a unique, award-winning buffet dining experience all day. It is the perfect place to expand the palate of your little one to tastes from all over the globe, as world-class chefs prepare exciting and fresh meals that the grown-ups will truly appreciate. Even if your kids aren’t experimental enough to try something new (not many kids are) there are child-friendly options to keep them happy. Kids can delight in the chocolate fountain while you enjoy your Moreton Bay Bugs!
Please note: The Thyme2 buffet is currently unavailable, however the restaurant is open.
Where: 249 Turbot Street, Brisbane
When: Breakfast: Monday to Friday 6:30 - 10am; Saturday & Sunday 6:30 – 10:30am; Lunch: Monday to Sunday 12 – 2:30pm; Dinner: Monday to Thursday 6-10pm; Friday & Saturday 5:30pm – 10:30pm; Sunday from 5:30pm.
Cost: Breakfast - Adults from $39; Kids from $19. Lunch - Adults from $69; Kids from $35. Dinner - Adults from $82; Kids from $41. 0-4 yrs FREE.
Ariala is a family priced, buffet-style restaurant that offers such an extensive array of food it really does have something for everyone. Enjoy all you can eat from their Western, Mediterranean and Asian style dishes, including fresh seafood from the bay, roasts, salads, steak and stir-fries. The menu is ever-changing and caters to seasonal flavours. The dessert bar that will keep the kids begging to go back, with home-made cakes, lollies, a chocolate fountain, marshmallows and enough sugar to keep them high for days. They don’t do split bills, so work out money transfers beforehand to save the hassle!
Where: 246 Anzac Avenue, Kippa-Ring
When: Dinner from 5pm - late, 6 days a week (closed Mondays).
Cost: Dinner - Adults $38.50. Kids $3.50 - $19.50. Baby’s FREE.
Meat, meat and a little more meat. The Navala Churrascaria Brazilian eatery offers up the unlimited degustation concept with a smorgasbord of traditionally prepared meat. Pork, beef, chicken and so much more, it’s all deliciously spiced, grilled to perfection and served in abundance on the gorgeous Brisbane River. Kids and adults alike will be caught up in the atmosphere of South American colour and vibrancy. There are also vegetarian and gluten-free options available.
Where: Riverside Centre, 123 Eagle St, Brisbane CBD
When: Monday to Friday - lunch 12 – 3:30pm; dinner 5:30 - late; Saturday & Sunday - lunch 12:00 – 3:30; dinner: 5pm - late.
Cost: Adults $55. Kids 0 - 4yrs FREE. Kids aged 4 - 12 pay twice their age (e.g. if your child is 6 years of age, you will only pay $12).
Kai Kai Chicken
All-you-can-eat-fried chicken and dirty fries. A heart surgeon’s worst nightmare is absolutely everyone else’s idea of heaven. The uber-popular Kai Kai Chicken delivers its signature Korean Fried Chicken Buffet, with fried goodness in spades.
Where: 1/225 Hawken Drive, Saint Lucia
When: Monday to Thursday 5:30 - 10:30pm; Friday 5:30 – 10:30pm; Saturday 11:30am – 10:30pm; Sunday 11:30am – 9:30pm.
Cost: From $19.90 per person.
Broncos Leagues Club
The Broncos Leagues Club all you can eat experience is open on the last Saturday of every month for top value, top quality buffet dining. With familiar favourites and changing seasonal dishes, including locally sourced premium seafood, the Saturday Buffet has various seating options including an enclosed terrace overlooking the park or fun family-sized booths. You don't have to be footy fans to enjoy it here! The buffet offers a huge range of different cuisines, and kids will drool over the coveted dessert bar, filled with fresh, sugary goodness.
Please note: The Broncos Leagues Club buffet is currently unavailable, however the restaurant is open.
Where: 98 Fulcher Road, Red Hill
When: Last Saturday of every month 5:30 – 8:30pm.
Cost: Members $65; Non-members $70. Kids 6-12yrs $25. 0 – 5yrs FREE with a paying adult.
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With our current penchant for clean lines and minimalist design sometimes it bears reminding that less isn’t always more. The word is in: more is more and an all-you-can-eat repast is the way to go.
But where, how and what do we gorge on? Going all-you-can-eat on the Brisbane dining scene will take you everywhere from Mexican mouthfuls to the Korean coal pits and even a Brazilian bacchanalia.
If you like the cut of that jib, you’ll love these incredible opportunities to dig in around Brisbane. Bib up.
All You Can Eat Tacos At Mucho Mexicano
South Bank And Hawthorne
Mucho Mexicano's DIY taco boards piled with chipotle braised beef brisket or slow cooked lamb shoulder are the stuff of legends, but for the cheapskates out there who scoff at the price, their mid-week offering might be more your style. Every Tuesday from 5pm, you can enjoy all the tacos you want, from crispy pork belly to pumpkin and haloumi, for just $25. We're no economists but we're pretty sure if you pace yourself and crunch the numbers you'll wind up with more tacos in than dollars out.
Fried Chicken Buffet At Kai Kai
Three words that make us drool just hearing them: Fried. Chicken. Buffet. Even better, Kai Kai dish up all the chicken and sides you can eat for just $23.90pp ($19.90pp for students), which gets you 12 flavours of chicken, six flavours of loaded fries, bottomless rice and cinnamon jelly doughnut sandwiches for dessert. Do we need to say more? How about the fact that you can get bottomless iced tea for $2.50—or add on 90 minutes of bottomless wine, beer and sangria for an extra $7.10pp. Say no more, we're in.
Bottomless Fried Chicken At Froth On Brunswick
This cosy cafe in a Fortitude Valley laneway might only be all-you-can-eat one night of the week, but it's worth saving yourself for. Every Thursday night, Froth On Brunswick dish up bottomless fried chicken with chips and slaw for just $25. It all goes down between 6pm–8pm—though you've only got one hour to chow down—and you can even add on bottomless mimosas if you dare.
Unlimited Wings At Seoul Bistro
At Seoul Bistro it’s all about the wing thing and they offer their crispy chicken wings in uncapped quantities and in no fewer than SEVEN different flavours including honey wasabi, peri peri and, everyone’s favourite, Buffalo with blue cheese. This scorching hot deal goes for just $21.90 per head and includes some thin-cut fries, garlic bread and lemon iced tea because you’re worth it.
Limitless Grill At Hanwoori Korean Buffet
This sizzling Korean BBQ buffet may actually be your deliverance (fair warning). The premise of DIY Korean BBQ is pretty incredible: load up your plate with as many vegetables and meats as you can handle and then cook it up yourself in one of the greatest interactive dining experiences since you made your own Play-Doh. Hanwoori’s particular buffet of barbecueables is UNLIMITED and will only set you back $35.90–$38.90pp.
Neverending Meat At Navala Churrascaria
The pride and glory of Navala Churrascaria is their expansive offerings of Brazilian meat served Rodizio style, which translates to an unlimited meat degustation fresh off the wood and charcoal fire pits. There is seriously so much meat on offer your evening quickly becomes like a gambol through a butcher’s window. $53 lets you gorge on aged rib on the bone, sirloin, brisket, and pork belly with as many or as few sides as you please. Make sure you book though, this offer draws a crowd.
Uncapped Carbs At Gianni's Kitchen
With this piping hot deal at Gianni's Kitchen, Monday is vying for top spot as night of the week. For just $20 and a cheeky drink purchase (or like five, no one’s judging) you can unleash the rubicund tides of Italian excellence with all-you-can-eat pasta AND pizza fresh from the kitchen. Best not eat all day and just save yourself for this one—you're going to need the extra appetite.
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Brisbane Casino Breakfast Buffet Prices
Image credit: Mucho Mexicano