These all-you-can-eat buffet style restaurants in Leeds allow you to dine like a king
If you have a giant appetite, or struggle to settle on just one choice from the menu, these all-you-can-eat buffet style restaurants in Leeds are sure to hit the spot. From spicy Indian dishes, to Brazilian barbecue, these eateries allow you to dine like a king.
Estabulo honours the Brazilian Gaucho's traditional method of cooking, serving up juicy cuts of meats which are skewered and cooked slowly on open flames. Brought to you straight from the grill, you can eat as much as you like.
Diners will be spoilt for choice at this popular eatery, where there is a selection of global cuisine on offer to try, including Italian, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Mexican and European - ideal for being adventurous with flavours.
If you are a fan of Chinese food, Crown Buffet has you well catered for with a huge buffet menu to enjoy, comprising everything from grilled meat and curry dishes, to chow mein, fried rice and chef specialities.
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This vegetarian Gujarati restaurant serves a tasty Sunday lunch buffet every week, including popadoms, two types of starters, curries with pilau rice and puris, and nine types of salad - all for 10.95 per person.
Serving a buffet every Sunday and Monday, diners can tuck into a variety of flavoursome Indian cuisine. Comprising three courses, dishes include aloo pakora, peshwari kebabs, chicken sindhi korma and assorted desserts.
Thai food fans can enjoy a day of indulgence every Sunday, when more than 20 authentic dishes are served as part of the all-you-can-eat buffet, including live counter cooking so you can see the chefs at work.
Another Leeds restaurant which offers a traditional Gaucho experience, diners can enjoy a never ending selection of meats which are carved fresh at their table. Simply flip your green card to red once you can eat no more.
Offering an all-you-can-eat concept of Japanese sushi and Asian style grill, diners can enjoy the likes of uramaki rolls, torched sushi, sashimi and a range of grilled dishes, all available at various times throughout the day.
Dishing up a varied offering of Indian food, diners can tuck into a selection of Bengali cuisine if they visit on a lunch time. Served from 12pm to 12.30pm daily, the choice of dishes varies each day so every visit is different.