The all-you-can-eat buffet was invented in America back in 1946. Since then, it's become an incredibly popular dining option for those looking to spend less and receive a larger variety of food.
Ohio is home to some incredible buffet restaurants. From authentic Amish-style feasts to classic Chinese buffets, be sure to check these all-you-can-eat restaurants out, and don't skimp out on seconds.
Kintaro Sushi and Hot Pot | Brooklyn
This Japanese restaurant is known for its huge portions and amazing deals on all-you-can-eat sushi and hot pot dinners. Kintaro serves a $17 lunch menu until around 4 pm and a $27 dinner menu until 11 pm. Choose between classic and special rolls like the BMW, an 8-piece roll featuring spicy tuna, avocado, jalapeño, and salmon, and topped with crispy onions and spicy mayo.
Fuji Grill | Parma
There's nothing you can't find at Fuji Grill. From pizza to ice cream and all the Asian classics like noodles and sushi. Everything at Fuji is prepared fresh and kept hot. Lunch is offered at just $10.99 and dinner at $15.99.
Mrs. Yoder's Kitchen | Mount Hope
Known as one of the best buffets in Amish country, Mrs. Yoder's has been a staple in the community since 1994. Serving delicious comfort food, Mrs. Yoder's is most loved for its outstanding fried chicken and homemade desserts that include 9 different pies and hot fudge sundaes.
Covered Bridge Inn | Newton Falls
Home to an impressive buffet setup, the Covered Bridge Inn has a seemingly endless sea of entree options and menu specials that change daily. Known for its American and Italian food, everything here is made from scratch and tastes absolutely delicious.
Rob's Restaurant and Catering | Brookville
A well-maintained buffet that features American staples like burgers, sandwiches, and pies, Rob's Restaurant has been family owned and operated since 1976. Buffet options include a breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend menu that vary in price but don't exceed $15 a person.
The Farm | Cincinnati
An event venue and restaurant all in one, The Farm has been offering its buffet since 1990 and it's been a relished tradition ever since. Available on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and some Saturdays, enjoy delicious home-cooked meals for around $20 a person.
The Olde Dutch Restaurant | Logan
Located near the Hocking Hills State Park, Olde Dutch is home to a goat yard, gift shop, and even mini golf. Their buffet is filled with Amish comfort foods from meatloaf to seafood and a dessert bar filled with pies. All-you-can-eat dinners are offered at just $16 a person.