The Best All You Can Eat Restaurants in Brighton
Want to eat out but also want to save money? There are plenty of great places in our city where you can fill up for less. Here´s our guide to the top all you can eat restaurants in Brighton featuring everything from French cuisine to Brazilian steak houses!
Foodilic (French, International, European)
With the health theme in mind, Foodilic serves a range of salads, organic salads, raw salads and hot vegetarian dishes – making it ideal for vegetarians and vegans alike. Nevertheless, Foodilic also has a selection of hot and cold meat dishes for those looking for that option. Foodilic is also famed for its ‘Feuillete’ – freshly made pastries with a range of sweet and savoury fillings. They also serve a great selection of cakes and desserts, along with a delightful range of Fairtrade and Organic Teas and Coffees.There’s something for everyone: whether you’re a meat eater, vegetarian or vegan.
Price range: £5 – £6.95
60 North Street, Brighton | 163 Western Road, Brighton
Bombay Aloo (Indian)
Brighton´s only 100% vegetarian all-you-can-eat buffet right in the city centre. This has to be the cheapest all you can eat that we´ve found at just £4.95, or if you arrive during ‘happy hour’ (3.15 pm to 5.15 pm) it’s even better value, at only £3.95!The buffet includes five different curries, in addition to onion bahjees, naan bread, pakora (battered potato), rice, papadoms, salad, pickles and mango chutney.
Price range: £4.95
39 Ship Street, Brighton BN1 1AB, England
Jimmy’s (Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Indian, Thai)
If you’re prepared to venture out of the city centre for your all you can eat then you would be hard pressed to find somewhere with more variety than Jimmy’s at Brighton Marina. With over 30 years in the industry Jimmy’s have restaurants across the UK and have got the format down to a tee and recently opened their newest, huge restaurant in Brighton. You’ll find a huge range of options including Chinese, Indian, Mexican, Italian, Thai and American. We’ve been a few times and it really is great value for money plus if you go in the day during the week it’s even cheaper.
Price range: £9.99 – £16.99
1-5 Palm Drive | The Waterfront, Brighton BN2 5WA
Day’s Oriental Buffet (Chinese)
Day’s looks very unassuming from the outside but step inside and you’ll be reminded of what we’d imagine a Las Vegas casino restaurant to look like. You’ll find an array of weird and wonderful ornaments all around the cavernous restaurant along with leafy decor, it even has it’s very own mini fish pond and be sure not to miss the full size mirrored horse as you enter! Expect to be delighted to a huge range of Asian dishes from Sushi to Curry. You can even get one of the chefs to cook you up some fresh seafood on their grill! If you have a sweet tooth there are also a good range of desserts like jelly and ice cream plus they have a chocolate fountain to dip into. This is cheap eating at it’s best.
Price range: £2 – £13.99
75 – 79 East Street, Brighton BN1 1NF, England
Rodizio Preto (Brazilian)
West Street have upped their game recently in terms of restaurants and Rodizio Preto is no exception. If you enjoy your meat then this is the place to go. First, take your pick from the Gourmet salad and Hot Bar witch includes over 18 dishes from fresh cur vegetables to Brazilian side dishes. Then choose your main and then sit back and enjoy as the `Passadors´ bring sizzling meats straight to your table until you´ve had your fill. You can set the pace using a special two sided disc on your table. Use the green side to signal that you´re hungry and ready to go and turn to red to have a break.
Price range: £14.95 – £19.95
65-75 West Street, Brighton, BN1 2RA