Oh, the guilty gluttony of all-you-can-eat restaurants. We’ve indulged in fish at AYCE sushi, gotten our hands dirty with AYCE wings, and experienced the uncomfortable sensation of meat sweats after AYCE Korean BBQ. But what other types of food can we over-indulge in through all-you-can-eat restaurants?
These little balls of joy make our tummies happy as they are stuffed with an assorted veggies and meats. There’s some sort of heartwarming feeling that comes with stuffing yourself with dumplings. If you’ve never tried it, you can do so in Melbourne on a Saturday night, for $15 at Camy Shanghai Dumpling.
A Canadian delicacy, nothing beats the classic combo of fries, cheese and gravy. Whoever invented this was a genius. Another genius is the founder of Poutineville, where you can get yourself some all-you-can-eat poutine on a Tuesday, in Montreal or Toronto. They also offer DIY poutine, so you can add on all those extras with little to no judgement. Go ahead! Throw on that extra bacon! You do you, girl.
That hearty beef soup topped with more beef can warm any soul. If you have some time, take a trip to Vietnam for the most authentic, all-you-can-eat pho experience at Tan Son Nhat Restaurant. If the trip is a bit too far for you, you’ll have to stick to XXL pho bowls for now!
If you missed KFC’s all-you-can-eat fried chicken day in Japan, don’t fret. Joe Huber’s in Indiana can help you out, and provide some farm fun while you’re there! Fried chicken while on a hayride? Sounds like a good time to us. If you prefer a more urban environment, hop over to good ole New York for $20 all-you-can-eat fried chicken, while bumping to an awesome DJ at Third Floor Cafe. Good people, good vibes, good fried chicken.
If you’re a hungry student in the downtown Toronto area, make your way over to Future Bistro on a Wednesday night to fill your belly up with potatoes and cheese. If you’re really hungry and low on money, $5 at The Queens Bar & Grill on a Monday can get you all the perogies your body can handle. Prepare yourselves.
A sweet treat that passes as an acceptable breakfast meal. Why would you not want to load up on these? Start your week off right with Fabrison’s all-you-can-eat crepe Mondays in San Diego. Or bring the party to you any day of the week with Paris Crepes Cafe’s all-you-can-eat crepes catering service. We just helped you plan your next event, you’re welcome.
What’s the most indulgent AYCE experience you’ve had?
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