All you can eat Brighton restaurant guide | City Cabs

‘All you can eat’ online searches are some of the most popular when it comes to eating out in Brighton. These bottomless buffets are great value for money and provide easy go-to options in an unfamiliar city, so take a look at our best options around the city to fill up for less.

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Bombay Aloo

Tucked away along Ship Street is the cheap and cheerful Bombay Aloo restaurant, known for its quick lunches for busy travellers on the go and a £4.95 buffet. We recommend the quick fix menu for a busy day.

Get there: 39 Ship Street

Casa Brazil Brighton

This popular restaurant and bar serves up traditional hot Brazilian dishes from the high mountains of Southern Brazil straight to your buffet plate in Brighton Marina. Its set price all you can eat salad and meats menu comes with additional barbecue options served on massive skewers that are seasoned and carved tableside. A vibrant rodizio dining experience by the sea!

Get there: 10 The Boardwalk, Brighton Marina

Casa Della Pizza

You can’t go wrong with the pasta, pizza and salad buffet at Casa Della Pizza, located smack bang in the center of Brighton. Unlike other all you can eats around the country, this large, family restaurant boasts a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence and equally positive reviews from locals and visitors alike for its cheap prices and filling food!

Get there: 28 North Street

Foodilic

Health conscious Brighton favourite Foodilic turns the traditional high-carb, all you can eat model on its head with its range of hot vegetarian dishes, salads and organic produce. What does look familiar, however, is its low-price menu, starting at £5.

Get there: 60 North Street, Brighton & 163 Western Road, Brighton

The Bok Shop

The relocated Bok Shop, known for its all-clucking menu, serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks and more importantly, all you can eat chicken wings every Wednesday for £12! The self-styled gourmet fried chicken and vegan faux chicken restaurant is a local hit that’s on the radar of foodies and UK bloggers. Well worth a visit.

Get there: 3-4 East Street

Now you’ve been on a round trip of Brighton’s international all you can eat scene, it’s time to get out and explore. Remember to download the Southern Brighton Taxis app with easy order and tracking features to book a taxi on the go!