5 Delicious All-You-Can-Eat places in Bangkok You May Have Not Known
Let's have a look at some great "All-You-Can-Eat" buffet places in Bangkok - from seafood and beef Yakiniku, all the way to international cuisine at major hotel chains.
In no particular order, we have compiled a list of 5 interesting buffet choices you may have not known yet.
Taotaan Yakiniku Paradise
Taotaan Yakiniku Paradise is a mixture between Japanese and Korean BBQ, serving only the highest quality products, made fresh to order.
Their beef menu features Strip Loin, Sirloin, Brisket, Hump, Flank, as well as diced meat. Apart from that, they also have pork, chicken, fish, squid, and a variety of side dishes to eat along with your choice of meat.
Price: 399 Baht / person for 2 hours (Pork)
Price: 429 Baht / person for 2 hours (Pork & Beef)
The international buffet at Zeta Cafe by Holiday Inn Bangkok is unique in its own way, as it has daily changing themed buffets.
Their themed buffets are as following: Monday: Italian, Tuesday: Arabian, Wednesday: Mexican, Thursday: Chinese, Friday & Saturday: BBQ and Sunday: Seafood. Therefore, depending on which type of food you crave, be sure to visit them on the according day.
Price: 699 Baht / person (Monday - Thursday)
Price: 799 Baht / person (Friday - Sunday)
Crave Wine Bar & Restaurant
Crave Wine Bar & Restaurant at Aloft Bangkok offers an international-style buffet, alongside a great selection of reasonably priced quality wine.
The options may slightly vary depending on the day of the week, but usually features salad bar, grill station, a pasta station, Thai zone, a grilled meats section, and a seafood zone, as well as desserts buffet.
Price: 799 Baht / person (Thurday – Saturday | Thai & Seafood Buffet)
Price: 1290 Baht / person (Sunday – Wednesday | Thai & International Buffet)
Stella Palace is a recently opened Chinese buffet restaurant on the 79th floor of Baiyoke Sky Hotel. Their buffet features mobile caravans with over 60 dishes.
There are ready-made meals, such as dim sum, popular Chinese cuisine such as roasted pork & Peking duck, a variety of soups, including Szechuan Soup & Bamboo Soup, along with made to order delicacies, served in a hot pot, steamed, or even fried.
Price: 1760 Baht / person
The Cockle is a seafood and Thai restaurant known for the freshness and cleanliness of their products.
Their signature menu consists of fried shrimp in tamarind sauce, fried snapper in fish sauce, along with a host of other fresh seafood selections. Apart from the food, they have unlimited drinks and desserts included in the buffet.
Price: 550 Baht / person for 1.5 hours