6 Recommended Restaurants in Tokyo With an All-You-Can-Eat Menu
All-you-can-eat restaurants are great for both people who want to have a hearty meal, and those who want to have a little bit of everything. One cannot help but become excited by just looking at the variety of delicious-looking dishes on display. Here we feature 6 restaurants that we especially recommend.
1. "Ginza Maguroya Tsukiji", with the freshest ingredients
"Ginza Maguroya Tsukiji" is located in Tsukiji, an area of fierce competition for sushi where you can find about 70 restaurants specializing in it, and it offers an "all-you-can-eat menu" on Saturdays, Sundays, and Public Holidays only. The all-you-can-eat menu includes 40 different types of sushi, lasts for 90 minutes, and costs 3,500 JPY. The chefs make the sushi right in front of you using fresh ingredients bought directly from the Tsukiji Market, which is very close to the restaurant. Luxury ingredients like abalone, sea urchin, and fatty tuna are very popular, so they sell out very quickly. This is a very popular restaurant, to the point that customers line up waiting for their turn before it even opens, but the wait is well worth it. Make sure you visit this restaurant to enjoy some fresh and delicious sushi!
2. "Stamina Taro", an all-you-can-eat restaurant for the whole family
"Stamina Taro" is a chain with restaurants all over the country. This restaurant offers a plentiful all-you-can-eat menu at a very reasonable price, which makes it popular among all generations. The all-you-can-eat menu features a maximum of 130 dishes, including yakiniku (grilled meat), sushi, salads, everyday dishes, and desserts; it costs 2,037 JPY (tax incl) per adult, and it lasts for 90 minutes! Besides grilled meat, there are other dishes that you can prepare yourself, like deep-fried skewers and crepes and cotton candy in the dessert corner, so you can enjoy not just eating but also making your own food. We especially recommend this restaurant to families with small children.
3. Enjoy high grade Wagyu beef for a cheap price at "Musashi", Ginza
If you are looking for a delicious Wagyu yakiniku all-you-can-eat in the Ginza area, this is for you. In this restaurant, which is really trendy for a regular grilled meat place, you will find a display of Japanese sake bottles and special salts that the owner has collected from all over the world. Their seating area is divided mainly in semi-private and private rooms, so you can enjoy your meal without worrying about others around you, and the atmosphere is perfect for important celebrations and dates. Their popular Wagyu beef all-you-can-eat menu includes 29 dishes featuring the highest-grade A5 Kuroge Wagyu beef, lasts for 90 minutes, and costs 6,200 JPY(excl. tax) for men and 5,200 JPY(excl. tax)for women. Indulge in the choicest Wagyu in an amazing venue.
4. "RILASSA", a high quality hotel buffet (Tokyo Dome Hotel)
"RILASSA", a super dining restaurant in Tokyo Dome Hotel, offers a plentiful and varied menu that includes Italian dishes and Japanese and Asian cuisine. The restaurant is very spacious, making guests feel as if they were in a resort. They offer a buffet for all times of the day, including breakfast, lunch (90 minutes), and dinner (120 minutes), and prices per adult are 2,300 JPY(excl. tax) for breakfast, 2,900 JPY(excl. tax) for lunch, and 4,000 JPY(excl. tax) for dinner. Their highly popular roasted beef is very tender and fragrant. The chef cuts it right in front of you so that you can enjoy a freshly made and warm roasted beef.
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5. High quality tastes and service at "Glass Court" (Keio Plaza Hotel)
"Glass Court", located at a 5 minute walk from Shinjuku Station, is an always fully booked popular restaurant. It is very spacious and it offers an elegant and calm atmosphere, so guests can forget about the bustle of the city. The buffet features 70 dishes both for lunch and dinner, all of which are so beautifully presented that one just cannot decide which one to take. Chefs cook right in front of the guests in the live kitchen located at the center of the restaurant, so that everybody can have a hot meal. The buffet costs 3,600 JPY (tax and service incl) per adult for a weekday lunch. This is a perfect place to enjoy an elegant time in the best district of Tokyo, near the Metropolitan Government, so make sure you visit it.
6. "LUXE DINING HAPUNA", a buffet at the most famous hotel of Japan (Shinagawa Prince Hotel)
"LUXE DINING HAPUNA" is a restaurant so famous that it receives more than 800,000 visitors a year, and its concept is to be a "resort that entertains through food". The interior uses black as its main color for a chic look, and the high ceilings contribute to making it feel very spacious, resulting in a gorgeous atmosphere. The sounds and fragrance of the dishes as they are being cooked on the satellite kitchen stimulate the appetite. The sweets displayed in the glass showcase and the wine cellar at the center of the restaurant are impressive as well. The restaurant appeals to the five senses in an amazing way. The buffet is available for all times of the day, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and the prices per adult are 2,400 JPY(excl. tax) for breakfast, 3,800 JPY(excl. tax) for lunch, and 6,000 JPY(excl. tax) for dinner. The restaurant is very popular, so reservations in advance are required.
How did you like our selection? The charm of buffet style restaurants is that you can have many different dishes in just one meal. There are a lot of all-you-can-eat restaurants in Tokyo, so be sure to find your favorite!
*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.
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