Belly-busting buffets in Edmonton

Edmonton is fortunate to have a few varieties of ethnic buffet restaurants, introducing locals to different flavours. Making the list are a few western buffets, but also Chinese, Indian, Sri Lankan and Ethiopian. Go with an empty stomach and stretchy pants.

Momona Restaurant & Bar Ltd

10810 95 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 2E3

For something really different, try Abyssinia. This Ethiopian restaurant is really fresh and delicious. And if you’ve never had Ethiopian food, the buffet is the perfect introduction (though they do have an à la carte menu as well). With many different types of meats, as well as a few vegetarian options, you’ll really enjoy every bite.

Little India Ltd

9250 34 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 5P2

It serves up some of the best Indian (buffet-style) in town. Tandoori chicken, shahi paneer, aloo gobi, roti, naan, lamb curry, pakoras, butter chicken and much more. All the food is prepared fresh and is continuously refilled. The Chai comes with free refills.

Pampa Brazilian Steakhouse

9929 109 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5K 1H6

This isn’t your typical “serve yourself” buffet, but rather table-side service. You have the choice of Alberta beef, poultry, pork or lamb, all slow-roasted over a Brazilian rotisserie grill, using hardwood charcoal to give it that special taste. There’s even a full salad bar (so you feel a little better about your indulgence).

Buffet Royale Carvery

17202 95th Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T5T 6N8

So many items to choose from, so little room (in the belly). This buffet boasts the largest Asian buffet in Edmonton but also serves up some North American and Ukrainian foods. Dessert features a chocolate fountain and a sundae bar.

Beijing House Buffet

13619 St Albert Trail NW, Edmonton, AB T5L 5E7

They cook some amazing Chinese dishes for their buffet. Egg rolls, dumplings, dry garlic ribs, soups, chops suey, noodles and rice, as well as vegetable, meat, chicken and seafood dishes. It’s the perfect array to satisfy any cravings.

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