Is there anything more American than a buffet? Buffets have been uniting food lovers for generations. These restaurants offer an array of delicious cuisines from across the globe all in one amazing location. Why wait until Thanksgiving to enjoy a feast? Just head to one of these local Arizona establishments where you can chow down without remorse.
Talking Stick Resort is a popular destination for night owls, golfers, and music fans. It’s also a foodie destination thanks to Wandering Horse Buffet. This award winning-buffet lets you indulge in American, Italian, Mexican, and Mediterranean dishes from breakfast until dinner. Wandering Horse is known for having epic weekly specials that include champagne brunches on Sundays and prime rib on Wednesday nights. You can also enjoy king crab legs on Friday and Saturday nights and during Sunday brunch.
Asian fusion is a term that delights foodies across the nation. That’s certainly the case at Jasmine Tokyo. This Scottsdale favorite dishes up mass quantities of some of the best Americanized Asian food in the Valley. You can enjoy orange chicken, chow mein, Korean barbecue ribs, and more. They even have a carving station where you can get your meat fix with pork chops, sausage and tender beef. Make sure you save some room for sushi.
Lin’s Grand Buffet has all the elements of a great Asian food buffet. They have tasty chow mein, rice noodles, and broccoli beef dishes. They have a fresh sushi bar and a Mongolian grill. Their food is even made to order to ensure maximum freshness. What’s unexpected, however, is their range of delicious non-Asian food. You can grab everything from pizza to hot wings and enchiladas at this Tucson buffet.
Has anyone ever had bad Thai food? It’s hard to dislike the spicy goodness promised at a Thai restaurant. However, there aren’t many buffets that offer up buffet menus. That’s what makes Reign of Thai so special. They have a lunch buffet available Sunday-Friday (Mondays are closed.) You can enjoy unlimited Pad Thai, Panang Curry, or Pad-See-Yew at your own spice level. Reign of Thai also has delicious appetizers like egg rolls, wontons, chicken wings, and fish cakes to start off your meal.
You might not expect to find quality seafood in the middle of the desert. Thankfully, Pacific Seafood Buffet has you covered. They have an extensive list of seafood options available for seafood lovers. You can enjoy fresh sushi, sashimi, snow crab legs, shrimp, mussels, and oysters at their buffet. Pacific Seafood Buffet also specializes in zesty Mongolian barbecue. Save room for dessert. They have eight flavors of ice cream on their buffet menu.
Indian Delhi Palace has been a Valley staple since 1985. That longevity can be attributed to their stellar menu, which includes Indian favorites like garlic naan, samosas, tandoori chicken, tikka masala, and paneer pakoras (Indian style cheese fritters.) The best part? You can customize your spice level on a scale of 1-10. Indian Delhi Palace also has a lunch buffet seven days per week where you can enjoy an array of flavors from south Asia.
Healthy eating and buffets don’t have to be mutually exclusive. You can go to Govinda’s Natural Foods Buffet to enjoy the best of both worlds. They serve an entirely vegetarian menu that is also made up of many vegan options. You can enjoy their lentil soup, steamed vegetables, pasta dishes, soups, salads, and breads any time of day. Their buffet is open for brunch, lunch and dinner. Govinda’s also has beautiful temple grounds complete with parrots, peacocks, and a Koi pond.
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A good Chinese buffet has fast service, a big menu, and tasty entrees. Red Wok Buffet has all of these components and more. This Phoenix restaurant has an epic lunch buffet with some of the best Asian food in the Valley. Complete with a Mongolian grill, Red Wok dishes up everything from barbecue pork ribs to dumplings and sushi. They also have some non-Asian favorites like pizza, French fries, and steak.
Eagles Buffet is like a buffet straight out of Las Vegas. Located at Casino Arizona, this Valley favorite has a number of weekly special buffets that are worthy of a spot on the Vegas strip. You can make a trip for their seafood buffet, prime rib buffet, champagne brunch, or their all you can eat crab legs. Asian food fans will also enjoy their dim sum buffet, which is an authentic Asian brunch filled with bite-sized favorites.
You don’t have to go to a steakhouse to enjoy some Surf ‘n Turf. Instead, make a trip to Red Rock Buffet at Fort McDowell Casino. Their “Prime Rib & Seafood Weekends” include access to their legendary seafood bar. For an additional seafood fix, you can make a trip for their all you can eat crab legs on Wednesday nights. This hotspot gets busy, but your stomach is bound to leave happy.