It could take you hours to decide which buffet is the best. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.
When you’re feeling hungry, don’t head to any old chain buffet. These spots will give you all the food you need to fill you up without sacrificing any quality.
UMMA’S LUNCH BOX
At Umma’s Lunch Box you get an assorted variety of homemade Korean classics and specialties in a buffet setting. Their menu rotates, so what you’ll find at this lunch spot depends on the day, but they always have vegan, gluten-free, and low-carb options. You pay by the size of the box not by weight, so whichever you choose, it’s worth your while to stuff it to the brim.
We Love Their: Bibimbap, Bulgogi Beef, Kimchi, Seaweed Salad, Sautéed Vegetables
Market Fresh has plenty of options, many of which are healthy enough that you can indulge in copious amounts without feeling guilty. This downtown buffet offers a massive selection of various types of meats, greens, seafood, and grains. Their massive salad bar will dazzle vegetarians and carnivores alike. The fish selection is insanely fresh, so make sure to try it!
We Love Their: Meatballs, Poached Salmon, Butterfly Shrimp
1301 5th Ave
The contemporary and elegant venue at India Bistro is ideal for lunch or dinner. The buffet is served everyday for lunch, from 11:00am to 3:00pm for around $10 a plate. Dinner buffet is available Monday and Sunday, 5:00pm to 9:00pm, for around $13 per plate. Serving the cuisine of Northern India, this vegetarian-friendly eatery has some of the best naan we’ve tasted in Seattle.
We Love Their: Butter Chicken, Naan, Daal Maharani