From simple all-you-can-eat buffets to extenstive smorgasbords, this WorldWeb.com directory can lay it all out for you with an array of Honolulu buffet restaurants in our travel guide. Read restaurant descriptions and Honolulu reviews and click on the map tabs to determine locations.
An all-you-can-eat breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet style restaurant. Choose from a gigantic assortment of shrimp, stir-fry, baked potatoes and more tasty meals while visiting the buffet.
Chan's Gourmet Buffet
Grab a plate and fill it up high with popular Chinese eats. Chan's Gourmet Buffet has a variety of dinner dishes and desserts.
At China Buffet, patrons can try as much Chinese food as they want at the buffet. Vegetables, noodles, meat dishes and more are hot and ready at the buffet.
The Willows Restaurant
Placed in a tropical setting, the buffet at this unique restaurant features many Hawaiian favorites including signature dishes, shrimp curry, laulau, lomi salmon, poke, seafood, fruits, vegetables and more.
Buffet 100 provides a changing menu of salads, soups, appetizers and entrées. Selections such as the Chicken with Straw Mushrooms and Pork Spare Ribs are typical. This restaurant is open for lunch and dinner.
Open for lunch and dinner, Yakiniku Camellia serves buffet-style Korean dishes with an ever changing menu. Kim chee among 40 other items are available. Alcoholic beverages are served as well.
This buffet serves American cuisines at an average price of $20-$30. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Reservations are accepted as well.
Pagoda Floating Restaurant
The koi pond and Japanese garden provide a serene backdrop for the Pagoda Floating Restaurant. Daily breakfast and dinner buffets are offered.
At the Oceanarium Restaurant located inside Pacific Beach Hotel, patrons can dine beside a towering 3-story indoor oceanarium containing a variety of aquatic life. The restaurant has a daily breakfast buffet, Saturday and Sunday brunch and a nightly prime rib and seafood buffet.