Mo-Jo Japanese kitchen
Restaurant Mo-Jo Japanese Kitchen is a place for devoted sushi lovers, that want more than just a few bites. They combine Japanese cuisine with elegant design, offering an unlimited number of freshly prepared delicacies for a fixed price. expect there to be lots of sushi rolls, crispy tempura and numerous other Japanese classics and grill dishes. If you wish, you can also order a la carte. For a moderate price you can make your dining experience complete with beverages from their extensive sake & wine list. Mo-Jo Japanese Kitchen is located just a few minutes away from Amsterdam Central Station and has an amazing panoramic view over the old Amsterdam city center and the Oosterdok.
Everything you want at Restaurant Vandaag
Restaurant Vandaag has the largest international cuisine in Amsterdam and probably the whole of the Netherlands. With their all you can eat concept they offer everything from Asian, Italian and seafood, to cheese platters and a huge selection of tasty desserts. The buffet with over 100 freshly prepared dishes, is made with high-quality ingredients.
Not only are all the dishes within the fixed price (starting at €22.50), you can enjoy an unlimited number of drinks and pastries as well. Beer and wine are included, other alcoholic beverages are available at a friendly price. For the young there is a kids’ corner, where they can bake their own cookies and have dinner at the child-sized kids’ buffet. It’s the perfect place to go with the whole family or to celebrate with a group of friends!
Shabu Shabu: All you can eat Sushi & Dessert buffet
Shabu Shabu is your spot if you have a big appetite but don’t want to spend too much. Their ‘all you can taste’ concept, lets you choose from a large selection of sushi rolls, street food style bites, grill dishes and an amazing dessert buffet. They are conveniently located in the heart of the city on Rembrandtplein, open for both lunch and dinner. Tired and hungry after a day of sightseeing or preparing for a night out? You’ll find everything you want here if you’re a lover of the Japanese cuisine. The cozy decorated restaurant can be found in the city center on the lively Rembrandtplein.
The Sushibar at Shabu Shabu Amsterdam
In for Japanese food but not that hungry? You can also take place at the Shabu Shabu Sushibar, offering all the favorite sushi and hot dishes à la carte from noon to evening.
Pancake Galore at the Pannekoekenboot (Pancake boat)
If this doesn’t make you happy, we don’t know what will. The Pannenkoekenboot (translated: Pancake boat) offers you unlimited pancakes during a 1,5 boat cruise over the Amsterdam waters. The chefs will prepare the tastiest natural pancakes, as well as ones with bacon and apple. After that its up to you! Will you leave them plain or will you go all out with their amazing selection of toppings? Expect there to be everything from cheese, salami and egg to pineapple, raisins and smarties. Next to that you’ll be able to grab everything from the hot buffet: vegetables, meat balls, cooking pears and more. It might sound like strange combinations, but the Dutch put everything on their pancakes!
Amsterdam Central Station Sushi: Kyoto
Traveling somewhere and in need of some fresh, tasty food? Kyoto Sushi is situated in the IJ-hal of Amsterdam Centraal Station, offering sushi, sashimi and Japanese grill dishes made following original recipes of chef Kenji Osone.
The menu of Kyoto Sushi CS
They offer both well priced a la cart specials and an all you can eat menu. Two favorites are the ‘Salmon Don’, a sushi bowl with sashimi, sushi rice and soup and the ‘Yakitori Set’: a meal with three skewers of chicken, salad and rice. At Kyoto they prove that tasteful and healthy Japanese dishes don’t have to be expensive.
All you can eat spareribs at ‘t Steakhouse
Restaurant ‘t Steakhouse Restaurant had been known to serve some of the best spareribs in town for over 20 years now. Located in the South area of the city, they serve a large selection of grilled meats and seafood dishes. All of their grain fed meats comes from Ireland family farmers and are prepared on their American charcoal grill. This makes for the juiciest Rib-Eye and tender tournedos. Every Tuesday and Thursday you can eat all the spareribs you want for just €18,- ! Pair that with some of their delicious side dishes like twisted fried and greens for a perfect meal.
Amstelveenseweg 170 – Monday to Sunday 5:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Genki Garden: Sushi & Karaoke
Genki is one of the few sushi restaurants in Amsterdam with a large terrace in their own garden. While their inside areas are warm and comfy during the winter days, their incredible outdoor area is perfect for any sunny day. The menu has everything you’d expect from a good Japanese all you can eat restaurant. From the hot plate the lamb chops and fried chicken thighs are must tries. The Tempura Shrimp sushi roll is another one not to miss out on, as well as the delicious California hand roll. But there is more! Besides their delightful food, they have a karaoke booth as well. Spice up your dinner party with karaoke prior, after or during dinner for an eventful night out!
Reguliersdwarsstraat 26 – 1:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
La Cubanita: All you can eat Tapas
La Cubanita brings the heat to Amsterdam with their Mediterranean vibes, delicious sangria and tasty tapas. Their menu is a mix of classic tapas dishes, from seafood to meat and vegeratian options. The best part is of course that you don’t have to worry about missing out on anything. You can have as much of everything as you’d like to!
On the menu at La Cubanita
A few favorites to mention are the Fig Chutney with Manchego, crispy Chorizo Croquettes and the Iberico Ham with melon. A glass of Sangria or a beer to go with that and you’ll feel like you’re in Spain for the moment.
Sushi & Grill at Genroku
Genroku has been a popular all you can eat sushi restaurant in Amsterdam for many years now. They thank this to their ever so fresh and tasteful sushi and grill dishes making their customers want to come back for more. A few favorites on the menu are the spicy tuna maki roll, the stir fried Udon noodles with beef and the salmon with teriyaki sauce. Genroku is located in the city center, perfect after a long day of sightseeing or shopping.
Reguliersdwarsstraat 18 – Monday to Sunday 12:00 – 10:30 p.m.
Brazilian Rodizio at Samba kitchen
Samba Kitchen brings the vibrant Brazilian vibes to Amsterdam with their traditional Rodizio concept. Rodizio is an authentic way of serving meat from Brazil. The servers will come by your table with meat skewers hot from the grill and will slice the meat of your liking at your table. Expect beautiful sirloin steak, tender picanha, crispy chicken in bacon and much more. The buffet offers popular dishes like cassava, black beans, greens and rice. Have the cocktail shaker mix you up a caipirinha or mojito at your table or go for the original guarana drink. Samba Kitchen is a tropical atmosphere with amazingly tasteful food!
Ceintuurbaan 63 – Monday to Sunday 6:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Miss Korea Korean Barbecue
Korean might not be the first cuisine you think of when looking for an all you can eat restaurant, but it should be on your list! At Miss Korea Korean Barbecue you’ll be in for a fun dining experience unlike any other. On the menu you’ll find a large selection of Asian street food style dishes like sushi, grill and tempura. Next to that there are a few raw options like meat, seafood and vegetables for you to barbecue at your table. How fun is that?! It’s a perfect spot for a long evening of dining with family and friends.
A beautiful evening out at Sumo
Sumo is one of the best known all you can eat Sushi restaurants in the Netherlands, with three locations in Amsterdam alone. Their formula has proven to be a good one, with beautifully decorated restaurants offering freshly prepared dishes with a smile. You can go there for both lunch and dinner, enjoying small items off their menu offering amazing options. Next to sushi and grill dishes, they have a lot of vegetarian and Yaki (meaning fried in Japanese) options.
You’ll find Sumo on three top locations in the heart of the city. All three perfect spots after a day of sightseeing or before a fun night out!
We hope you enjoy your all-you-can eat experience in Amsterdam. For more on the best places to eat, have a look at out our restaurant page. From Seafood to Italian and Michelin Star dining, we got it covered! Also check out our things to do page to plan your whole stay in Amsterdam.
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