An all-you-can-eat buffet might seem like over-indulgence initially, but it is an excellent option for tasting various cuisines simultaneously. Ideal for outings with friends, family members, a special loved one, or work colleagues, they make for memorable events highlighting local and global ingredients, sophisticated ambience, and plenty of epicurean delights. Looking for a good one to try this weekend? Here is our list of the best all-you-can-eat buffets in the 852.
Bistro on the Mile at Holiday Inn — Tsim Sha Tsui
Windows all around give Bistro on the Mile a bright and open character, as tables and shelves full of food and wine create the perfect dinner ambience. There’s something for all here, from classic Indian, Chinese, Japanese, and Western flavour pairings to the more experimental, such as Teochew dumplings, deep-fried lobster claws with spicy salt, scallops with pineapple salsa, and Ovaltine bran pudding. Having one of the best buffets in Hong Kong, the Bistro on the Mile has food items on rotation and regularly changing menus, ensuring you taste something new every visit.
Type: Seafood, Asian, Indian, Japanese, Western
Cost: Adult: HK$428 + 10% service charge. Elderly (65 years old or above): HK$342 + 10% service charge. Child (3 -11 years old): HK$299 + 10% service charge.
Location: 50 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Contact: Klook Deals | Website | +852 2315 1118
Cafe A at Hotel Alexandra — Fortress Hill
Pastel hues, grand chandeliers, and decorative ceilings underline the Victorian-influenced interiors of Café A, resulting in a vibrant and imaginative set-up, perfect for a casual meet over a delicious lunch buffet in Hong Kong’s bustling Fortress Hill neighbourhood. The food at this all-day buffet spot complements the atmosphere, with housemade soup, on-the-spot carved roasted beef, grilled octopus, two types of oysters, sirloin steak, and soft shell crab pizza being just the tip of their culinary offerings. Priced reasonably, you can visit Café A for a semi-brunch, afternoon tea, or dinner buffet and eat to your heart’s content.
Cafe Renaissance at Renaissance Harbour View — Wan Chai
Café Renaissance is still under the radar of local and overseas gourmands. This hidden gem is thus a great place to enjoy a hearty and quiet buffet in Hong Kong. The café uses brown and black colour themes to create a cultured aura with a hint of intimacy. The buffet menu, curated with care, includes sushi, Southeast Asian noodle dishes, hot Indian curries, and roasted poultry. Café Renaissance has among the best seafood-themed dinner buffets in Hong Kong, plating oysters, snow crab, baked lobsters, and more.
Cafe Rivoli at Regal Hotel — Causeway Bay
Famous for its down-to-earth service, pocket-friendliness, and variety of dishes, Café Rivoli in Causeway Bay is among the best places to have a lunch or dinner buffet in Hong Kong Island. The aesthetically designed restaurant with subtle colour schemes and mirrored walls adds to the elegance of the buffet, known for its Thai presentations and Hong Kong delicacies. While the menu changes regularly, the fish maw soup, salmon sashimi, duck liver toast, lamb chops, lobster at dinnertime, and Mövenpick ice cream are not to miss.
JW Cafe at JW Marriott — Admiralty
Arguably one of the most interactive Hong Kong buffets, the high point of dining at JW Café is its 11 show kitchens that give diners uninterrupted views of the food preparation. Turning lunch or dinner into an experiential outing, you can enjoy various classics from China, Japan, and the West here. JW Café serves distinct recipes, like suckling pig and abalone congee, in addition to Asian favourites like chicken tikka masala and nasi goreng to satisfy passionate food enthusiasts. Pick one of the tables by the window for incredible city skyscraper views.
KITCHEN at W Hong Kong — West Kowloon
Offering panoramic harbour views, spacious interiors with plenty of conversation starters – a showcase with almost toppling stacks of plates, and a thoughtful menu, Kitchen at the W for many serves the best buffet in Hong Kong. Quality over quantity takes priority here, allowing guests to appreciate flavorful preparations like handcrafted sushi, a diverse seafood selection, nourishing salads, and hot food from different regions of China. The desserts section takes the cake for being oh-so-colourful and its unique multi-level chocolate fountain.
Type: Cantonese, Japanese, Seafood – The HK Hub’s Pick for harbour views
Cost: Adult: HK$438 Child: HK$298
Location: 6/F, W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon Station, Kowloon
Contact: Klook Deals | Website | +852 3717 2299
MoMo Cafe at Courtyard by Marriott — Sha Tin
MoMo Café presents a no-time-limit, all-you-can-eat buffet with a view of their open kitchen. The hustle and bustle of food preparation form the perfect background for exciting conversations. The spread at MoMo consists of vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies and drool-worthy fresh seafood essentials like crabs, prawns, oysters, and mussels. The sushi and noodle stations are popular, as are the Porterhouse steak, chicken and vegetable, and other Chinese and Indian hot dishes.
Type: International – The HK Hub’s Pick
Cost: Adult: HK$368 Child: HK$228 Senior: HK$298
Location: 1 On Ping Street, Sha Tin New Territories
Contact: Klook Deals | Website | +852 3940 8888
Park Cafe at Park Hotel — Tsim Sha Tsui
Park Café is a strong contender for the best buffet in Hong Kong because of its contemporary outlook and themes that tantalize the palate. The buffet usually includes a range of gastronomic delights, from fried clams and Wagyu to Chinese noodles and matcha ice cream. However, we can’t get enough of their seasonal speciality buffets that come in the form of the Halloween Seafood Dinner Buffet, the Relaxing “Thai” Lunch Buffet, and the truly scrumptious Berries & Chocolate Afternoon Tea Buffet.
Type: Seafood, Asian, International – The HK Hub’s Pick for best thematic buffets
Cost: Adult: HK$288
Location: 4/F, Park Hotel Hong Kong, 61-65 Chatham Rd S, Tsim Sha Tsui
Contact: Klook Deals | Website | +852 2731 2168
The Chef’s Table at Crowne Plaza Kowloon — Tseung Kwang O
An all-you-can-eat buffet in Hong Kong is even more remarkable when available for the entire day. The Chef’s Table impresses guests with its affordable and wide selection of Chinese and international food, served in a casual yet open setting. With importance given to the freshness of ingredients, it is no surprise that the buffet’s seafood-on-ice section is a favourite among foodies. The spread also features sushi, snails, abalone with salmon roe, roast beef, lamb dishes, possibly the freshest oysters in town, and an array of bite-sized desserts.
The Place at Cordis — Mong Kok
The Place is no ordinary buffet destination in Hong Kong. Its open kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows brighten the welcoming interiors. While the staff provides immaculate service, the choices in food promise to take care of all your cravings. Hot picks at the buffet consist of blue mussels, lobster, beef Wellington, barbeque pork, and pan-fried foie gras. Moreover, we found their free drink options among the city’s most expansive.
Yamm at The Mira — Tsim Sha Tsui
Hong Kong buffets don’t get any better than those at Yamm. The Mira’s gorgeous “social” restaurant impresses food lovers with delicious gourmet cuisine, soothing background music, and plush seating. Giving equal emphasis to taste and presentation, the dishes tease first and then excite the taste buds with the perfect blend of ingredients and flavours. Our favourites are the live cooking station plating made-to-order noodles, flame-grilled lobster cheese, and the gloriously divine petite desserts.
Type: Asian, Western – The HK Hub’s Pick for handcrafted desserts
Cost: Adult: HK$408 Child: HK$248
Location: The Mira Hong Kong, Mira Place, 118-130 Nathan Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Contact: Klook Deals | Website | +852 2315 51111
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