There's something fun and inviting about a buffet. All of the great options or just the idea that you can eat without reserve to make sure you get your fill. It's a great time to try new foods as you're not buying an entire dish of any one items, you can try a little of this and a little of that.

Buffets are also perfect for picky eaters as there's bound to be something for everyone.

If you're looking for a great buffet in the Seattle area, here are a list of ones the fans of those restaurants suggest you check out.

The Grill From Ipanema
Seattle, WA

Niku Feast
Seattle, WA

Palmi Korean BBQ
Seattle, WA (U District)

Trappers Sushi Co.
Tukwila, WA

Mandarin Grill
Redmond, WA

Harvest Buffet
Tacoma, WA

Kum Kang San BBQ
Federal Way, WA

Asian Feast
Renton, WA

With so many options for all-you-can-eat from traditional homestyle cooking like you'd find at an Old Country Buffet or Golden Corral or unlimited sushi or even Brazilian BBQ, there's plenty of options out there.

The Asian buffets are always popular enough and never a lack of options. Some nights may even feature exclusive options like crab legs which seem to be always popular.

In the Seattle are there are also plenty of Korean BBQ places which is fun as it's very interactive. They bring the meat options and you cook them in front of yourself to your own liking.

There are a lot of buffet options in the Seattle/Tacoma area. Next time you're over there for any reason, may be a good idea to look out for one.

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