Sometimes, it’s really tough to make a choice between all those fantastic eateries. Forget between restaurants, and most folks struggle to zero in on dishes even when ordering at a multi-cuisine restaurant. Buffets, in this regard, work the best. You get a taste of a good sort of dishes, over multiple courses. For lazy weekends or days, once you have an enormous appetite, nothing might be better than a wholesome buffet.
Who doesn’t love all-you-can-eat buffets? There are numerous options, unlimited quantity, and there’s finally something which will satisfy our never-ending appetite. Here are some of the very good places to possess buffets in Delhi NCR (other than Barbeque Nation, which we all know you’re super familiar with).
Filmy Flavours Restaurant
This filmy and vibrant restaurant in Sector 63 Noida has buffets starting at INR 549 and 649 (all-inclusive) for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians respectively. Unlike the most buffet places, Filmy Flavours has a sort of dishes that you can choose (more than ten starters), and it’s certainly a great value for money.
Don’t miss out: Spicy Highway Chicken Wings, Daawwat-E-Biryani, Achari Paneer Tikka and Mango Mousse.
Price: Starting at Rs 549 and 649 (all-inclusive) for vegetarian and non-vegetarian.
The Barbecue Company
The Barbecue Company has another branch in Karkardooma, but the one on the Jail Road is where all the magic unfolds. For both Saturday and Sunday, feast on their buffet spread and celebrate the weekend within the best possible way! The costs are lower during the weekdays, just saying.
Don’t miss out: Punjabi Kadhi Pakora, Hyderabadi Biryani, Butter Chicken & Moong Dal Halwa.
Price: Rs 595 (vegetarian) & Rs 675 (non-vegetarian) on Saturday and Sunday.
You can choose between their range of dishes which can drive you to the conclusion that a far better and cheaper for Barbecue Nation has been found! We advise you to book a table/seat beforehand to avoid any last minute disappointment.
Don’t miss out: Dal Bukhara, Mutton Rogan Josh, all their starters and their desserts and Kadhai Chicken here won’t disappoint.
Price: Rs 545 (vegetarian) & Rs 595 (non-vegetarian) on weekdays. Saturday (Rs 595 for veg and Rs 655 for non-veg) and Sunday (Rs 775 for non-veg and Rs 675 for veg).
Live music with classy wooden interiors and great ambience make the buffet experience at Informal such a lot better and different from the other restaurants. Booking a table beforehand you go here is always advisable. Also, they need a special buffet menu for each day of the week, so there’ll be a healthy mixture of both Mughlai and continental on most days.
Don’t miss out: Nachos with Salsa, Chilli Chicken Wings, Shahi Tukra and Chicken Penne in white sauce.
Price: Rs 399 (+taxes) Monday to Friday and Rs 499 (weekend).
The All American Diner
We love breakfast buffets, and nobody serves better breakfasts than All American Diner. Go there on the weekends, and you’ll see people queuing up for it even early morning (because it’s so good).
Don’t miss out: Belgian Waffles, Apple Cinnamon Pancakes, Bogart and French toast.
Price: Rs 625 (plus taxes)
Made In Punjab
Made In Punjab has another branch in Cyber Hub but we like the buffet in Noida better. It’s great things on the lunch buffet menu that you will probably don’t find anywhere else. Eat some softies, make your own golgappas and even get a complimentary mocktail as a part of their buffet menu.
Don’t miss out: BC (Classic Butter Chicken), Nalli Hardkaur, Stuffed Gulab Jamun, and Paneer Khat Pat.
Price: All-inclusive; Rs 684 (Monday to Friday, lunch), Rs 880 (Friday, dinner), Rs 842 (Saturday & Sunday, lunch) and Rs 978 (Saturday & Sunday, dinner).
Jungle Jamboree, because the name suggests, is a jungle-themed restaurant with massive aquarium tanks and much of faux greens. The affordable buffet menu is the another thing they’re known for is while their service is a bit slow, they create up for it with their impressive seven-course veg and non-veg buffet. This restaurant is additionally favourite among kids because there’s a fanatical play area and well, the restaurant is a jungle.
Don’t miss out: Oriental BBQ Chicken Wings, Chicken Lasagne and Mango Shrikhand.
Price: Starting at Rs 599 for a vegetarian lunch and can go up to Rs 900 for non-veg dinner.
Pirates Of Grill
Great ambience, even better music, hospitable staff, delicious food and value for money, this place has it all… only wish that Pirates Of Grill was closer to home.
Don’t miss out: Choc Mango Alphonso Duet, Kadhai Murgh, Dal Makhni and spread Choc Pastry.
Price: Starting at Rs 497 for a vegetarian lunch on weekdays and can go up to Rs 895 for non-veg dinner on weekends.
Expect flavourful Mughlai food with aromatic spices, rich textures, dollops of ghee and every one the desi goodness. People working accessible should definitely hit up Punjabi Grill to satiate their mid-day hunger pangs and that they serve a complimentary drink too.
Don’t miss out: Butter Naan and Dal Punjab Grill, Paneer Ka Soola, Murgh Dum Biryani.
Price: Rs 599 and Rs 699 for vegetarian and non-vegetarian buffet respectively (Monday to Friday between 12 pm – 4 pm) at the Punjab Grill Tagore Garden Outlet.
Hope you had a clear idea from the above list of the best buffet restaurants in Delhi. You’ll get some great deals on unlimited food and drinks at these restaurants and make the most of your lazy weekends.