London's Best All You Can Eat Restaurants
All In London's list of London's best All You Can Eat Restaurants
OK, this is where you make your money back.
Think of all the times you've been to some high-faluting restaurant and been charged £26 for what is, essentially, an omelette. OK, it may have had a truffle waved over the top of it but it still tasted, decidedly, omelette-like.
Well, prepare to redress the balance. The all-you-can-eat restaurant gives you the chance to eat your bodyweight for a fixed price. They may give you a small plate (which will require multiple reloads) and the staff may glare at you like you're taking food from their children's mouths (in some instances this may actually be the case) but who cares... it's time to get some value.
Stock up at London's best All You Can Eat restaurants...
Shepherds Bush Green W12 8PPNow that Westfield has arrived in Shepherds Bush the old West 12 shopping centre is overlooked, but Aromaís Chinese buffet menu is still excellent value. Lunch starts from £6.80 and dinner from £12.50.
Tibits 9/10Our Rating
12 - 14 Heddon Street W1B 4DAThough not strictly an all you can eat restaurant, at Tibits you help yourself to a variety of hot and cold vegetarian dishes from the buffet, piling your plate as high as you like and paying according to the weight. Some of the more experimental dishes donít quite work Ė like the pineapple tiramisu Ė but itís mostly very good.
Hi Sushi Salsa
3A Camden Lock NW1 7BYFusing Latin and Japanese flavours has proved very popular at this Camden Lock eatery, as itís buzzing most nights of the week. The music is loud and you sit at sunken tables - £16 will get you limitless sushi and sashimi.
8 Caledonia Street N1 9DZChefs prepare food in the island-kitchen in the centre of the dining room, and the menu offers a curious mix of Italian, Thai, Indian and Chinese. The best bit is the Wok Station, where you choose your ingredients for them to be cooked to your specifications. Prices start from £8.99 for lunch and £14.99 for dinner.
111 Westbourne Grove W2 4UWLondonís original Brazilian churrascaria operates the traditional way; staff will continue to bring various grilled meats to your table (sausages, beef, pork, chicken, ribs) till you flip your card from green to red, alerting the waiters to the fact that youíre stuffed. Prices start from around a tenner for lunch, and vegetarian choices are also available.
127 Clapham High Street Clapham SW4 7SSAs the name suggests youíll find all manner of breads here, and you can help yourself to as much as you like (and even toast it yourself) for £6.50. Full English breakfasts and brunches are also on offer, with free bread refills.
Kendal Avenue W3 0PAFamily-friendly, with two karaoke rooms and over 60 dishes to choose from, this Chinese restaurant in Park Royalís Leisure Park continues to go strong. Lunch starts from £6.50, dinner from £12.50.
28 Wardour Street W1D 6QNThis chain of Chinese restaurants is absurdly cheap, but if youíre looking for attentive service and haute cuisine steer clear. If on the other hand you like the sound of spending around £6 on limitless portions of stodgy pork balls, sweet and sour, and chicken satay, you wonít be disappointed.
39 Queenstown Road SW8 3REThis Brazilian restaurant specialises in grilled meats, which are continuously brought to your table till you display a red disk, letting waiters know you are full. There are salads, pastas, and traditional dishes like feijoada too. From £19.95 per person.
Cookbook Cafe 9/10Our Rating
1 Hamilton Place W1J 7QYIf you're looking for a luxury buffet look no further than the Cookbook Cafe, where for £49 a head you get limitless helpings from the cold buffet, egg station and dessert counter, as well as a selection of hot food to share and unlimited bellinis and/or sparkling wine. Weekend brunch only.