Finally, a post where you can feast your eyes on some of the cities best all-you-can-eat restaurants (only, explained in English, and clearly listing the prices so you don’t have to compare and contrast when it’s time for dinner).
Feast on some of the most delicious Brazilian specialties in Düsseldorf. While meat lovers will definitely love this all-you-can-eat meat and fish restaurant, there is also an all-you-can-eat option for vegetarians too.
|Address:||Elisabethstrasse 82, 40217 Düsseldorf|
Chinesisch BBQ is one of the newer all-you-can-eat restaurants in town, so you likely won’t find them on Yelp or TripAdvisor just yet, but it’s definitely worth a visit! Chinesisch BBQ offers an authentic Chinese BBQ on your own grill at the table. This all-you-can-eat menu includes a variety of meats, seafood’s, and vegetables served with a number of sides too (plus some drinks are included in the price).
|Address:||Bilker Allee 66, 40219 Düsseldorf|
BBQ4U Grillhaus is a delicious and unique Korean BBQ restaurant in Düsseldorf. If you’re looking for a unique experience while enjoying your all-you-can-eat menu, it’s definitely worth checking out BBQ4U and their delicious meats (steak, pork, beef, chicken, seafood) for the grill.
|Price:||Starting at 21,90* per person|
|Address:||Münsterstraße 350, 40470 Düsseldorf|
Midang is an authentic Japanese and Korean restaurant well-known for their all-you-can-eat menu. However, if you’re looking for something a little smaller, you can also select a meal off of their traditional menu.
|Price:||Starting at 24,50* per person|
|Address:||Fürstenwall 120, 40217 Düsseldorf|
Wakaiido is a modern place to enjoy all-you-can-eat Japanese sushi. Their motto is “Tradition meets Modernity” and you’ve got 2,5 hours to eat as much as you’d like. The menu is quite diverse with a variety of vegan and vegetarian options too.
|Address:||Oststr. 37, 40211 Düsseldorf|
When you’re craving good ole’ Chinese buffet style food, this is the place to go. Bambus Garten has a wide range of fresh meats, fish, and vegetables to put on the grill. While your meal is prepared by the in-house chefs, you can choose your sides, sauces, and desserts.
|Address:||Kieshecker Weg 132, 40468 Düsseldorf|
Similar to Bambus Garten, at Asia fünf Sterne you can enjoy a rich offer of Chinese delicacies that are often accompanied by live performances. The restaurant has 3 different themed rooms you can enjoy that represent China, Thailand, and Japan. If you’re looking for a big space, this place seats up to 400 people.
|Address:||Hansaallee 247, 40549 Düsseldorf|
Noori is an all-you-can-eat sushi and grill tablet restaurant in Düsseldorf serving up more than just fresh Japanese sushi. Ordering is simple at Noori, as you will have the opportunity to select your menu items from their iPad’s that offer over 100 different Japanese dishes.
|Address:||Roßstr. 32, 40476 Düsseldorf|
Buttershaker is an awesome place to go for the chicken wing and gambas lovers. It is an American Cocktail Bar and Steakhouse near the train station that offers up all-you-can-eat menus on Monday’s and Tuesday’s (the rest of the week, you can choose from their many options on the regular menu). Monday’s are all-you-can-eat gamba’s and Tuesday’s are all-you-can-eat ribs and chicken wings.
|Address:||Worringerstr. 142 , 40210 Düsseldorf|
Lu Fung is an all-you-can-eat Chinese restaurant in Düsseldorf that offers up a different menu for lunch and dinner. For lunch, you are able to indulge in an all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet, and for dinner, they open up their all-you-can-eat buffet with a Mongolian grill.
|Address:||Fichtenstraße 8, 40233 Düsseldorf|
Mongo’s is where you’ll find all the Asian cuisine under one roof. They also serve brunch, tapas, and a la carte if you haven’t worked up the appetite for all-you-can-eat. Compared to a typical all-you-can-eat restaurant, Mongo’s seems to have pretty high-quality standards.
|Address:||Zollhof 10, Medienhafen, 40221 Düsseldorf|
You might recognize the name Okinii, as it is quite a large chain restaurant in Germany. Okinii is well known for their Japanese specialties and of course, all-you-can-eat sushi. There are also two different locations in Düsseldorf, so you’ll never have to go too far.
Last, and certainly not least, is Tokyo Lounge. Tokyo Lounge is a traditional Japanese restaurant on Berliner Allee serving up as much as you can eat in one sitting. You have the option of ordering a la carte, but you might want to go all the way while you’re here.
|Price:||Starting at 29,50* (price drops depending on how many are in your party)|
|Address:||Berliner Allee 56, 40212 Düsseldorf|
* Prices are always subject to change, we’ve put this guide together for you to help you find the most scrumptious restaurants in the city to eat your heart out, but we can’t promise that prices won’t change over the years. If you are looking for exact prices, be sure to double check their homepages.
Have any others you’d like to add to the list?! Leave your comment in the comments box below!
Photo on Visual Hunt
Do you have more questions about living #LifeInDüsseldorf? Feel free to send us an email with your question at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have tips you’d like to share with others, we’re also accepting guest posts which include the author’s name, bio and photo.