When you’re craving a little bit of everything or your group can’t decide on what to eat, a buffet is the very best option. Virginia’s buffets, ranging from Thai cuisine to classic breakfast spreads, are some of the most varied and delicious. For fresh hot food and an array of options, check out the 6 best buffets in the state.
Chef MaMusu provides authentic African, buffet-style dining in the Richmond, Virginia, area. Come in for lunch or dinner and enjoy daily specials, including sweet fried plantains, chicken meatloaf, chef special mac and cheese, and much more.
Taj in Fredericksburg, Virginia, has a large, delicious Indian food buffet. Enjoy the well-stocked bar and all-you-can-eat lunch buffet with traditional dishes, including curries and sides.
Padaek combines Lao and Thai cuisine for explosive, memorable flavors. The lunch buffet is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and has a large spread of items from both the Thai and Lao menus. The buffet is all-you-can-eat.
Sushi King in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is a made-to-order, all-you-can-eat style sushi spot. It’s a little different from other buffets in that the food isn’t sitting out already prepared, but waiters will take your order and deliver the food as it’s completed. Eat as much as you like for one flat price.
The Wood Grill Buffet has two locations, one in Charlottesville and one in Harrisonburg, Virginia. The buffet has a wide variety of options, including a carving station, homemade casseroles, and more. Expect comfort food and leave comfortable (if not a little fatter).
Shishkabob Express in Fairfax, Virginia, is a great Mediterranean option. Buffet lovers will enjoy the all-you-can-eat kabob buffet, filled with side dishes and tons of meat options for your kabobs.