When you’re super hungry and just don’t know exactly what you’re craving, that’s where buffets come in. What’s better than a huge and decadent selection of all of your favorite foods? It doesn’t matter if you’re craving endless sushi or the breakfast spread of your dreams, these Delaware buffets are sure to satisfy. Here are the 7 best!
Offering all-you-can-eat dishes from China to Canada, Kings Buffet specializes in Chinese, Japanese, and American eats. You’ll find roast meats, seafood, and sushi, as well as classic dishes such as wonton soup, fried rice, and lemon chicken. Plus, if you purchase a VIP card, you can save an additional 10 percent off the regular cost of your meal.
With a lunch and dinner buffet option that cannot be beaten, you’ll find pan-Asian favorites like teriyaki, seafood, chow mein, lo mein, tofu, sushi, sashimi, combo plates, dumplings, and more. Plus, the Pad Thai and crispy noodles dishes are quite popular, and there are no less than seven soup options on the menu to choose from.
Offering South Indian favorites and Indo Chinese classic dishes, this authentic Far Eastern-style restaurant has been named Best Indian Food in Delaware multiple times over. Favorites include the gulab jamun, mango lassi, and the plethora of vegetarian dishes and curries.
Specializing in seafood, sushi, and steak, this casual all-you-can-eat spot offers a variety of Asian buffet items and hibachi tables. Favorite dishes include fried rice, chicken teriyaki, spicy flounder, and coconut shrimp. Plus, the lunch buffet is only $7.99 per adult and includes crawfish, beef, squid, and crab.
Aspiring toward a lighter, healthier kind of Chinese cooking, this all-you-can-eat Chinese, Japanese, and American-style buffet offers some surprising favorites inside their spacious, traditional dining room. Find fried rice, chow mein, and lo mein, as well as new and exciting dishes like beef with broccoli or shrimp with almonds.
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It might be difficult to believe that you would find a meal fit for a king in a strip mall, but there you have it. Maharaja is the Sanskrit title for "high king," and you can order a la carte off the menu or choose to dine buffet-style. Either way, you’ll find appetizers, soups, Khansama specials, seafood dishes, tandoori, dosa, rice plates, and even authentic breads for sopping up curries, stews, and more.
Designed in the image of the party halls and dining halls of old, Taj Mahal boasts the tastes and smells of exotic spices, yogurts, and goat cheese. Plus, you will find freshly made breads, curries, and stews all meant to be consumed in a community space. All you have to do it invite a large group and enjoy your meal.