10 Best All-You-Can-Eat Restaurants In NYC

Claire Leaden Claire Leaden

10 Best All-You-Can-Eat Restaurants In NYC

Is there anything better than eating as much food as you want…for one price?

That’s why we love a good all-you-can-eat restaurant, and luckily there are plenty across the city.

Here are 10 of the best all-you-can-eat deals in NYC, ranging from the typical buffets to unlimited pasta deals to sushi and more!

Let’s get eating:

1. Let’s Meat, Koreatown

Let’s Meat is the first all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue in Manhattan—a concept that has proven popular in places like Los Angeles and Korea over the years. There are two AYCE options to choose from, a premium and an original. The original is slightly cheaper (at $36.99) and includes 18 items: 14 proteins, five side dishes, and four vegetables. The premium choice (at $42.99) features all 18 items, but an additional 9 items which are made up of three side dishes, and six proteins that include seafood. Read more here.

Where: 307 5th Ave

2. Maya, Lenox Hill

Bottomless brunch takes on a whole new meaning at this Mexican restaurant on the east side where not only are the drinks unlimited, but the entrees too! On Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., get unlimited brunch plates and free-flowing brunch cocktails for $55 per person, or $45 for food only. Unlimited brunch plates include all dishes from the starters, specialties and dessert sections, and the deal must be enjoyed by the whole table (with a 90 minute limit per table). Find out more on their website here!

Where: 1191 First Avenue

3. Becco, Hell’s Kitchen

Renowned Italian chef Lidia Bastianich & her son Joe opened Becco on Restaurant Row in the Theater District in 1993. Their signature dish is the all-you-can-eat pasta: for $29.95 you can enjoy unlimited table side service of Executive Chef William Gallagher’s three daily pasta preparations, plus an appetizer. See more here.

Where: 355 West 46th St.

4. Churrascaria Plataforma, Midtown

Enjoy a taste of Brazil at this delicious steakhouse in Midtown. For $42 for lunch for $69 for dinner, treat yourself to an all-you-can-eat experience with gourmet salad bar, signature cuts from sirloin to flank steak to pork sausage, and sides from rice to plantains to grilled vegetables to black beans. Find out more on their website here.

Where: 316 West 49th Street

5. 99 Favor Taste, Multiple Locations

With locations in Brooklyn, the Lower East Side, Flushing and Staten Island, you’ll have plenty locations to choose from to enjoy all-you-can-eat authentic Chinese hot pot and Korean BBQ restaurant. Enjoy AYCE hot pot for $22.99 per person, $25.88 for BBQ, or $30.99 for both. Oh, and you get to eat for free on your birthday too!

Where: Brooklyn, the Lower East Side, Flushing and Staten Island; see locations here

6. Crab House, Midtown East

If you’re more in the mood for seafood, the Crab House in Midtown East has got you covered. And they’re even doing a “contactless” version of their usual buffet during COVID-19, where you check off what you want on a paper menu, the chefs cook it fresh and it’s brought out to you, and you can order as items as many times as you want for $69.95. Everything’s fresh and made to order, from jumbo crab legs to pan seared salmon to raw clams. Find out more here.

Where: 135 E 55th Street

7. Akino, Elmhurst, Queens

All you can eat sushi, anyone? This spot in Queens costs $16.99 for lunch & $27.99 for dinner on weekdays, $17.99 for lunch and $28.99 for dinner on weekends & holidays, and has amazing reviews for their rolls.

Where: 80-80 Broadway, Elmhurst

8. Hou Yi Hot Pot, Lower East Side

At this Lower East Side haunt you can enjoy unlimited hot spot for $29 per person. Choose from two soup broths and then boil all the meats, vegetables and noodles you like. Oh, and there’s also a scoop-your-own ice cream bar for dessert! Make reservations at 212-966-3420.

Where: 92 Hester St.

9. Brother Jimmy’s, Murray Hill

This bar & BBQ joint has weekly specials, and one of them is all-you-can-eat (& drink!) for $26.95. That includes wings, tips & beer (choice of Miller Light or Coors Light) for up to two hours. See more here.

Where: 181 Lexington Ave

10. Lakruwana, Staten Island

Enjoy authentic Sri Lankan cuisine at this restaurant in Staten Island’s own “Little Sri Lanka” neighborhood. On Saturdays and Sundays they offer an all-you-can-eat buffet for only $15.95 with everything from mixed vegetable curry to lamprais (rice dishes) to kale & coconut. Plus there is incredible decor! See more here.

Where: 668 Bay Street, Staten Island

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