10 Most Affordable Buffet Restaurants in Mumbai
Mumbai is home to some of the finest restaurants in India. In this cosmopolitan city, not only can you find local establishments, but even major international chains have made this city their home. Buffets are the best way to try out new dishes that are usually expensive or come in large quantities when ordered a la carte.
All You Can Eat
Numerous restaurants around city serve buffets all-round the year. Some of these places tend to have fancy dining options while others provide you affordable food with great quality. We’ve listed down the top places where you can gorge on delicious food without shelling out a lot of money.
1. BKC | DIVE
Whether you’re in a mood for North Indian, Chinese, Continental or American cuisines, you’ll be spoilt for choice at DIVE. This restaurant in Bandra Kurla Complex is nothing short of extraordinary with live music and DJ playing in the background daily. You can have a scrumptious buffet here and see your dish being prepared at the live counter!
Where: Ground floor, Pinnacle Corporate Park, Next to Trade Centre, Opposite MTNL Office, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai – 400051
Cost: Rs. 425/-
2. Village – The Soul of India
This multi-cuisine Indian restaurant serves authentic local dishes in an ambience that will take you into the quaint villages of India. Every day, you can gorge on various Gujarati, Rajasthani, Punjabi and South Indian dishes here. You could also have your favorite ice golas or see your noodles being made right in front of you. This buffet is definitely a premium buffet in Mumbai.
Where: Kandivali, Thane, Ghatkopar
Cost: Rs. 450/- on weekdays Rs.550/- on weekends
3. Mumbai 90 Veg World
This place in Goregaon serves up ‘masaledaar’ fusion food like Pav Bhaji Fondue. Many times, you’ll find live music being played in the restaurant as well. The quaint interiors reflect Indian life and you can feast on some of the best dishes here every weekday during lunchtime.
Where: Ground Floor, Chandiwala Arcade, Next to Absolute Furniture, Goregaon Link Road, Goregaon West, Mumbai
Cost: Rs. 499/-
4. Rajwada Thal
This buffet-only restaurant serves zesty Rajasthani and flavor-filled Gujarati thalis. Not only will you be able to feast on an unlimited main course, but also on sweets! Soothing buttermilk with the meal here is a must for a wholesome experience. Don’t forget to try out their signature farsan.
Where: Floor 1, Urban Plaza, GN Block, Next to Asian Hearts Hospital, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai
Cost: Rs. 450/-
5. Delhi Zaika
This place is an absolute paradise for non-veg lovers. The food here is simply mouthwatering and you can have your favorite starters, main courses and even the exotic biryani here. The sweet lover in you will love the desserts, which are made to perfection.
Where: Grant Road, Jogeshwari, Kurla
Cost: Rs. 499/-
Situated in the Dragonfly Hotel, this restaurant serves up some great North Indian dishes. Whether you love Paneer Tikka or Chicken Kolhapuri, this place has something for everyone. Did we mention that mouthwatering sweets are served along with the buffet as well?
Where: Hotel Dragonfly, New Chakala Link Road, Near Solitaire Corporate Park, Chakala, Mumbai
Cost: Rs. 399/-
7. Hotel Royal Park
Hotel Royal Park is a paradise for all buffet lovers. They serve a wide range of buffets for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. You can choose between Indian, Pan-Asian and international buffets and enjoy the exotic food cooked here. This is definitely the one-stop- shop to satiate all your hunger pangs.
Where: Patel Complex, Near Safed Pool Bus Stop, Andheri Kurla Road, Sakinaka, Mumbai
Cost: Rs. 299/- on weekdays (Veg)
Rs. 399/- on weekdays (Non-Veg)
Rs. 399/- on weekends (Veg)
Rs. 499/- on weekends (Non-Veg)
8. Queen’s Kitchen
Some of the most exquisite dishes can be found in the buffet at this restaurant. Indian street food like chaat is what will make your meal more interesting here. The magical Handi Biryani with its strong aroma will sweep you off your feet and take you into a different world altogether.
Where: Queens Kitchen and Mocktails, O2 Commercial Towers, A Wing, 5th Floor, Minerva estate, Opp. Asha Naar, Mulund West.
Cost: Rs.599/- on weekdays
Rs. 699/- on weekends
9. The White Room
This restaurant is well-known for its delicious pizzas and live music performances. Every day, it is common to find this place buzzing with people during the lunch hour. You can devour the 12 course buffet here and enjoy some of the finest Indian and Continental dishes.
Where: G2, Morya Landmark 1, Near New Link Road, Veera Desai Area, Mumbai Veera Desai Area
Cost: Rs. 499/-
Every day is a buffet day here at Rhythm. For all food lovers, this place is truly heaven. From a wide variety of soups to the choicest desserts, they have it all available for you to gorge on. Whether you’re a veggie or a non-veggie, we promise you’ll get addicted to the quality of food here.
Where: The Beatle, JMJ House, Orchard Avenue, Hiranandani Gardens, Powai, Mumbai Cost: Rs. 600/- on weekdays
Rs. 750/- on weekends
Mumbai has many more individual restaurants and large chains serving a wide variety of buffets. While many of them are well-known, the others are waiting to be discovered. So, what are you waiting for? Head out and dive into the world of buffets and don’t forget to let us know your reviews for each place you visit!
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