The land of international culture, Dubai is a confluence of the West and the East’s cuisine with its very own unique luscious foods. In this post, we’ll list the best buffet restaurants in Dubai.
Best Buffet Restaurants in Dubai
Buffets are a wonderful and economical way to relish International cuisines without burning a hole in our pockets. The varieties of delectables served can satisfy our visual, emotional and physical hunger. With multitudes of options available in Dubai to all-you-can-eat lovers, we’ve narrowed down the best buffet restaurants you should visit.
If varieties of cuisines are your choice, you don’t have to look elsewhere. Kitchen6 is the rockstar restaurant that serves an unprecedented 6 international cuisine options. From Middle Eastern to Japanese, savour the delectables in this vibrant all-day dining masterclass. You can watch the chefs preparing your delicious meals in the interactive live-cooking stations. But make sure to book before you visit as Kitchen6 is highly sought after.
Cost: AED 140/person on Weekdays / AED 215/person on Friday / AED 195/person on Saturday
Timings: Lunch 12.30 pm – 3.30 pm / Dinner 7 pm – 11 pm
Location: Sheikh Zayed Road, Business Bay
If you’re hankering towards Arabian, Mediterranean, and Levantine cuisine, Lokmet Gibran offers an eclectic delectable collection. In this all-you-can-eat buffet, savour the fattoush, zaatar, hummus, and other delicious dishes.
Cost: AED 48 (Lunch) /person
Timings: Monday-Thursday & Saturday (11.30 am – 4 pm)
Location: Ground Level, Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT)
One of the pioneers of on-table barbecue grills, Barbeque Nation is well-known for its selection of mouth-watering Indian dishes. Gorge on the varieties of Biryani, flavourful curries, chaats, and Desserts.
Cost: AED 59 – 75 (Lunch) / AED 69-75 (Dinner) /person
Timings: Monday – Friday / 12 pm – 3.30 pm | Monday-Friday / 6.30 pm – 11.30 pm
Location: G1, Al Barsha.
From the streets of the historic Pakistani city, Little Lahore brings authentic and simple delights which make your taste buds go crazy. One of the best Pakistani restaurants in Dubai, Little Lahore serves spicy, hot, and tantalising kebabs and Biryani.
Cost: AED 65 (Dinner) /person
Timings: Monday – Sunday / 7.30 pm – 10.30 pm
Location: Ground Floor, Jumeirah Lake Towers
The critically acclaimed Korean powerhouse serves an array of flavourful cuisines from fermented Kimchi to Yakiniku. Quench your Korean thirst with Sumibiya and enjoy one of the healthiest buffets on earth with loads of vegetables and meats cooked with minimal oil.
Cost: AED 89-288 (Dinner) /person
Timings: Monday – Sunday / 7 pm – 11 pm
Location: Radisson Blu Hotel Dubai Deira Creek
One of the popular Brazilian steakhouses in Dubai, Texas De Brazil arranges impressive lunch and dinner buffets to enjoy their trademark delicacies. Savour the creme brulee, passion fruit mojito, lobster bisque soup, lamb chops, and other succulent meats.
Cost: AED 146 (Lunch) | AED 183.75 (Dinner) /person
Timings: (Monday-Thursday, Sunday) Lunch: 11.30 am – 5 pm | Dinner: 5 pm – 11.45 pm
Location: Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha.
A dynamic South Asian and Asian highflier, Lamesa is notable for its authentic Filipino flavours and vibrant ambience. Its buffet offers the top Asian cuisines which include Lechon kawaii, sushi, crispy pata, etc.
Cost: AED 79-214 (Lunch) | AED 79-224 (Dinner) /person
Timings: Lunch: 12 pm – 3 pm (Friday,Saturday) | Dinner: 6 pm – 10 pm ( Everyday)
Location: Asiana Hotel, Al Muraqqabat
You can also try Mustard at Le Meridien Fairway that offers an eclectic collection of Indian, Chinese, and Continental Cuisines. These are our suggestions for the best buffet restaurants in Dubai. If you have been to the listed restaurants, share your story with us. If you feel we’ve missed anything, do let us know in the comment section below.