Updated： November 07, 2018
Fukuoka Buffets: Where To Go To Have Delicious Food, And Loads Of It!
Here are the best places to have great buffets in Fukuoka. What are great about buffets is that you get to try a bit of everything! For breakfast, lunch or dinner, here is where to fill up on tasty food!
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Serena Cafe Restaurant (Hotel Nikko Fukuoka)
At Hotel Nikko's Selena is a cafe restaurant, you can have a luxurious buffet for around 2,400 yen for lunch, and 5,000 yen for dinner. They have tons of choice with plenty of fresh vegetables and meat choices. For breakfast, the croissants are particularly good!
Salvatore Cuomo Market (Hakata Green Hotel)
Salvatore Cuomo Market has a buffet breakfast for only 1,200 yen. There is a lunch buffer on weekends for only 1,480 yen, or 2,680 for a premium buffet, where you can also get a main dish with the buffet. The buffet serves pizza, pasta, salads, etc. It's definitely a good bang for your buck!
All Day Dining Camellia (Hotel Okura Fukuoka)
All Day Dining Camellia serves, as you have guessed, food all day! Breakfast is 2,450 yen, lunch is 2,900 on weekdays and 3,300 on weekends, and dinner is 4,500 yen. You can also stop by for the dessert buffet, which is 3,000 yen. The cakes are colourful and beautiful, and what's more, you can try a little bit of everything!
Seala Brasserie & Lounge
Seala is a buffet in Hilton's Fukuoka Sea Hawk Hotel. Breakfast is 2,500 yen for adults and 1,200 yen for children 6 to 12. They have a beautiful all-you-can-eat breakfast, including "omurice", pastries, fresh fruits and vegetables, etc. Lunch is 1,600-2,500 yen (depending on the season) and dinner is 2,900- 4,800 yen (also depending on the season). They serve Japanese, Chinese, American, etc. cuisine so you are bound to find something you love. The desserts are also delicious!
Deluxe deli Fukuoka
Deluxe Deli is an all-you-can-eat yakiniku restaurant and it's really cheap! For lunch, it's 1,500 yen, and for dinner it's 2,000 yen. You can also choose from their fresh seafood and sushi selection, and finish off your meal with ice cream.
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