Adjective [ before noun ]
Used to describe a meal at a restaurant where people can serve themselves as much food as they want
By Ella Dumbrell – 15 Feb 2016
Sometimes we just gotta eat.. and a lot ASAP. When these moments occur in our lives, it’s handy to know where we can go to fix up those hungry TUM TUMS. Kolide has done it’s research and has discovered the best of the best ‘all you can eat deals’ around Sydney. From chicken wings, sushi and churraso meat; we have everyones ravenous ‘all you can eat’ desires on a platter.
All You Can Eat Italian
Pizza Autentico offers all you can Italian every day of the week for only $20 PP. Just sit back and relax and let the waiters serve you up a range of different pasta’s and pizza’s. Could life get any better?
Vino E Cuccina
In the heart of 5 ways Paddington lives an Italian restaurant serving up $20 all you can eat pizza every Monday night. Round up the troops it’s time to go big, Italiano style.
Monday’s at Pizza Birra are referred to as Fat Monday because today is the day you can eat as much pizza as you possibly can for only $20. Think mozzarella, fresh burrata, truffle oil and salami on tap. Are you drooling yet?
All you can eat Japanese
Hunter Street, Sydney
Every night (Mon-Sat) enjoy an all you can eat Japanese buffet featuring sushi, tempura, udon, hot pots, + sashimi for between $32-$42 PP. Have we landed in Sushi Heaven?
Nikuzo Japanese BBQ
This is the ultimate Japanese BBQ and there are no limits here. Depending on what you’re feeling like you can choose from 3 all you can eat options. Standard buffet $29.80, the Wagyu and seafood buffet $39.80, and the premium buffet $49.80 which has everything from oysters to the finest Wagyu cuts. How bloody good!
Hosking Pl, Sydney
Work hard, eat hard right? This is a great after work dinner spot. They offer a fantastic all you can eat Japanese BBQ. Choose between the $50 gourmet buffet or the $60 premium buffet. You have a 90 minute time limit to devour as much food as you can. Challenge accepted!
Lime Street, Sydney
Kobe Jones might of just made the best summertime lunch menu. All you can eat sushi for only $29.50 every Mon-Wed lunch. Are you serious? Platters are shared between a minimum of two people and include their famous Volcano Roll and a selection of their sushi team’s daily rolls.
All you can Japanese and it’s BYO too. You beauty! Price is between $29.50-$55.50 depending on what you want included in your all you can eat pig out. Do you want pork? Wagu beef? Teriyaki? The choice is yours piglets.
All you can eat Korean
Shinara Korean BBQ
Pitt Street, Sydney
This is the ultimate Korean feast right in the heart of the Sydney CBD. Enjoy this all you can eat gem for lunch or dinner, which includes a traditional Korean Buffet, which will only set you back $13 for lunch or $29 for dinner.
All you can eat Brazilian
If you are a big meat eater then we have just found your watering hole. Yep, we’re talking an all you can eat Brazilian BBQ. For only $35 enjoy a selection of Barbequed and smoked Meats, vegetables, salads and antipasto items, served to you rodizio style at your table.
Bahbq know’s how to impress. Enjoy unlimited service of traditional Brazilian cuts: a variety of fire-roasted meats, poultry, sausages, seafood, grilled haloumi cheese and spiced pineapple served from their specially designed barbecue for $59.
All you can eat Mexican
Los Vida takes taco Tuesday to other levels with their all you can eat taco deal. For only $25 you can go for gold and eat as many tacos as your tum tum can devour.
All you can eat African
There is always one mate who loves chicken wings. Lucky Tsotsi caters for these personalities every Wednesday with their $20 all you can eat Peri Peri chicken wings deals. This one is a popular one (duh!) so make sure you book Koliders.
All you can eat Yum Cha
Ll Wine and Dine
Most Sundays involve being overly hungry and lazy. That’s why Ll Wine and Dine is the ultimate destination every Sunday lunch. For $30 enjoy all you can eat yum cha. Yep, ladies and gents, that’s dim sims for days.