All you can eat?

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Reviews' started by MarinaDelRay, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. MarinaDelRay

    MarinaDelRay Earning My Ears

    Jun 7, 2010
    We are looking into the Dining plan with one CS and one TS. Are there any all-you-can-eat buffet restaurants at Disney? Or does the term buffet mean just that there are alot of choices and you can have one entree....? This is more for our fussy 3 kids than for us!
  2. kayrosek

    kayrosek DIS Veteran

    Nov 14, 2009
    There are alot of buffets and yes they are all you can eat. Off the top of my head Tusker House at AK for BF, L, D (characters at BF) Hollywood and Vine at DHS for BF, L, D (characters at BF and L), Chef Mickeys at Contemporary Resort for BF and D (characters at both), Cape May for BF and D (characters at BF, clambake seafood buffet at D) Crystal Palace in MK (I believe BF, L, and Dinner but someone correct me if I'm wrong. I know characters are there for BF not sure about the other meals) 1990 Park Faire at Grand Floridian for BF and D (madd hatter, Alice, Mary Poppins etc. for BF, Cinderella, Prince, Stepmother and Stepsisters for D) Biergarten German buffet in Epcot for L and D (German music and dancing) Askerhaus in Epcot has a cold buffet and plated entree B, L, and D I believe ( I beleve Princesses at all three), Boma is an African Buffet for BF, L, and D. Ohanas has all you can eat breakfast platters delivered to your table and meat skewers brought around at D (Lilo and Stich at BF)
    Hope this helps.
    We have only tried Hollywood and Vine D, Tusker House BF, and Chef Mickeys D. We liked all three for different reasons but our favorite was Tusker House. Adventurous stuff for mom and dad old favorites for the kids. Lots of variety and fresh.
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  4. catne

    catne DIS Veteran

    Mar 1, 2008
    all the buffets are all you can eat...and there are a lot of choices. There is usually a kids' buffet section that's lower to the ground (kid-height) with kid-friendly choices like pizza, chicken nuggets, french fries, plain veggies, etc. But kids can choose their food from any & all sections of the buffet - they are not limited to just the kids section. For that matter, I've seen plenty of picky adults going for the mac & cheese and chicken nuggets off the kids' section

    Have been to Crystal Palace breakfast & dinner (both good), Chef Mickey's breakfast (good), Boma Breakfast (best by far), Boma dinner (we didn't like it, but many do); Cape May Cafe Clambake (good, called a clambake but lots of non-fish choices on the buffet and wonderful dessert choices,) 1900 Park Fare dinner (good), Tusker House dinner (good), Hollywood & Vine dinner (good) and breakfast (not good) and Biergarten (good)
  5. Hugpug


    Mar 2, 2001
    There are a lot of good All you can eat at Disney
    Chef's Mickey
    ClamBake (not just fish)
    Trail's End
    Crystal Palace
    Hollywood & Vine
    Tusker House
    1900 Park Fair
    All the Food Courts have many choices to choose from
  6. dixonsontour

    dixonsontour DIS Veteran

    Apr 14, 2008
    As well as all you can eat buffets they do meals family style. This is all you can eat aswell - you just ask for more if you wish. We found them easier than up and down to the buffet with 1 young child.

    We enjoyed the all you can eat skillet at Whispering canyon and the breakfast platter at askershus. Oh and Ohana!

    I know Ohana breakfast and garden grill are also family style.
  7. heatherwillmom

    heatherwillmom DIS Veteran

    Jul 30, 2009
    My kids love bufffets because they are a little picky too. They love Crystal Palace, Chef Mickeys, Cafe May Cafe, Trails End (DH's favorite), and Tusker House. They can find something that they like at all of these without a problem.

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