Updated: March 12, 2019
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5 All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Heavens In Yokohama!


Yokohama is a good place to be if you are looking for some exquisite all-you-can-eat buffet-style restaurants in a sleek and stylish ambiance! The city has many hotel restaurants which have a strong reputation for serving excellent foods as well as having an outstanding view. Here are some of the best places to go to!

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Cafe Tosca

This place is definitely one of the best for buffet-style dining in Yokohama. The restaurant is full of natural light if you go during the daytime and has a calm atmosphere with its soft illumination from lights on the palm trees in the evening. Cafe Costa is an international buffet serving mostly western style cuisine. Much of the ingredients are produced in Japan and the dishes change depending on what is in season. The lunch buffet is around ¥4,000 and the dinner buffet is around ¥6,000.

Ocean Terrace ブッフェダイニング オーシャンテラス

The main dishes here include steak, Italian and Japanese cuisines. They also have a jaw-dropping dessert selection that includes freshly baked pastries, cakes, mousses and fresh fruits! An additional reason to go there is the peaceful view of the Yokohama harbour. Prices are ¥3,300 for breakfast, ¥3,800 for lunch, and ¥6,500 for dinner.

Compass All-Day Buffet コンパス オールデイブッフェ

Compass All-Day Buffet serves dishes of traditional Japanese, western, and Chinese cuisines from breakfast (6 AM) to dinner. Their specialties include tempura for which sesame oil is used and black Japanese wagyu beef for which they have a cutting service. They have a good selection of desserts for lunch and dinner too. Prices are about ¥3,500 for breakfast, ¥4,000 for lunch, ¥5,000 for dinner.


You should go to this hotel restaurant as much for the view as for the food. It's located on the 70F of the tallest building in Yokohama (the Landmark Tower), and it has large windows for you to enjoy a majestic view of the Yokohama harbour and cityscape. As for the buffet, it is various kinds of cuisines, and plenty of desserts to choose from, from fresh fruits to scones to many types of cakes. Everything is top quality and well presented. For lunch, the price is about ¥4,000. They also have vegetarian and halal options.


Here you can have lots of Japanese specialties from sushi to teppanyaki cuisine to Japanese beef. The restaurant also recommends its Italian classical dishes of risotto or pasta made in a full block of Parmigiano-Reggiano. The pastries and cakes are also beautifully presented and artfully made.

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