Eat Like A Champion At These All You Can Eat Buffets Across Mumbai

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Sometimes, just one regular-sized meal can’t cut it. For when we need to eat like champions, there are more than enough all-you-can-eat buffets in the city up for grabs. Check out this list to know more:

Barbeque Nation

Barbeque Nation’s buffet includes European, Mediterranean, North Indian and of course, barbeque items. Their starters include five vegetarian and five non-vegetarian items, ten each for the main course, and 10 desserts. It’s practically impossible not to find at least half a dozen dishes we want to overeat.

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Mighty Small, Lower Parel

With hand-painted table tops, red and white seating booths and an overall chirpy ambiance, Mighty Small is neither small in space or its menu. They have a buffet from Monday to Friday, at INR 399. Other than the buffet, dishes like pull-apart cheese bread that’s served with parsley butter , pizza, south Indian and north Indian fare are on the menu.

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Queen’s Kitchen and Mocktails, Mulund

An upscale eatery that looks like it’s out of a fairy tale book, Queen’s Kitchen flaunts blue-and-white interiors and an outdoor seating area with a lush green carpet. Mainly catching people’s attention for its buffet, they serve their vegetarian buffet at INR 475, for lunch and at INR 575 for dinner. Gear up for a large variety of salads, soup, starters, main course and desserts. We have been told that their dessert spread is wonderful. The buffet includes unlimited mocktails to make sure you don’t go back home thirsty.

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Sigree Global Grill, Powai

If you have a good appetite when it comes to eating out at buffets, and have the luxury of time to spend a couple of hours eating, then make your way to Sigree Global Grill in Powai, a restaurant we think is worth every penny when it comes to buffets {they specialise in that so you can trust them with their offerings}. Their spread- both – veg and non-veg- is a fairly big mix of a variety of north India, Turkish, Lebanese and Greek delicacies.

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Global Fusion, Bandra

The buffet at Global Fusion is one of the best buffet spreads in the city for sheer variety. The buffet features six different counters, including soups, salads, sushi, sashimi, teriyaki, teppanyaki, fried items, curries, and a range of both cocktails and mocktails.

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All Stir Fry, Andheri East

All Stir Fry’s buffet includes three starters – two vegetarian, one non-vegetarian, one non-vegetarian main course and three desserts. What it lacks in quantity, the buffet more than enough makes up for with customisation. Famous for its wok, the restaurant has a buffet spread of raw meats, vegetables and noodles. the server will hand you an empty bowl, which can then be stocked with whatever we like.

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022 At The Trident, BKC

This is a buffet for those who like to keep things new – the buffet menu at 022 changes on a daily basis. What can be sure of is that it will include continental, Indian and Asian food, with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. We also like this buffet for the ambience – The Trident is a great place to relax and enjoy some downtime on a slow weekend post the buffet.

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Luna Nudo, St. Regis Hotel, Lower Parel

Located at Level 37 at The St Regis, Luna Nudo has an Asian-Italian menu with one appetiser, mains that include, salads and two desserts. It’s an unlimited buffet and at INR 950, we think it’s a pretty good deal for a five-star property. Also, the timings are perfect for a night-out eat {1am – 4am}.

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The Square, Novotel Juhu

The Square at Novotel has a weekend midnight buffet where you can eat-all-you want at INR 967. You can gorge on North Indian and Oriental fare by the seaside, and probably sip on beer. Since it’s in Juhu, you can always head on over if you’re planning to extend your party plans.

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Boulevard, The Orchid

Boulevard, The Orchid’s restaurant in Vile Parle has a midnight buffet at INR 650 where you can have soup, salads, main course that includes oriental, Indian and continental cuisine and biryani. They have about 35 dishes on the menu and are currently serving Maharashtrian street fare. Expect maska paav, vitthal vada, baida roti,cutting chai, missal pav, pav bhaji, sev puri and chaat. They also have a late night Happy Hour.

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