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The sport of eating

/ 26 Oct 2018
Off to the races with Melbourne’s best all-you-can eat dining experiences.

Yum Cha at David’s

Say goodbye to the all-you-can-eat salad bar at Sizzler and say hello to an authentic, up-scale take on yum cha from David’s in Prahran. Classy yet informal, this established hidden gem boasts a menu that’s usually reserved for back alley family-run restaurants in Shanghai. Starting at just $38 per person for their all-you-can-eat yum cha menu, unlike a day at races, it won’t leave wallets bare and hearts broken, only stomachs full and waistbands stretched. Bookings are recommended. 4 Cecil Pl, Prahran VIC 3181, (03) 9529 5199

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David's Restaurant

Brazilian Meats at B’Churrasco

Indecisive diners can be worry-free as B’Churrasco has a no menus, no worries philosophy. Patrons simply sit, unbutton and enjoy the endless procession of marinated charcoal grilled BBQ meats, paraded around the restaurant and carved off sword-length skewers right at the table. Prices vary depending on days of the week and include a variety of seasonal sides. 61 A'Beckett St, Melbourne VIC 3000, (03) 8060 4770

Sushi and Gyoza at Tokosan

A taste of Japan on the streets of Prahran. The cheeky little sister of Toko, Tokosan offers a contemporary take on Japanese street food by offering a $29 all-you-can-eat sushi and gyoza on Tuesdays which, coincidently, is also Melbourne Cup day. Diners can saddle-up in the Japan-inspired beer garden or sing hallelujah in Tokosan’s karaoke room, while sipping on cocktails that pay homage to Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill characters. 142 Greville St, Prahran VIC 3181, (03) 9521 3155

Wings at San Antone

Available every Monday (excluding public holidays), diners can put the blinkers on for two hours and get elbow deep in all-you-can-eat wings from San Antone for just $25 per person. Renowned for its American-style smokey flavours, these finger lickin’ goodies are served with a side of crispy golden fries and come with a choice of sauces. Level 1 Casino, Crown Melbourne, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank VIC 3006, (03) 9292 5777

Vegetarian at Crossways

A staple local favourite, the 30-year old Hare Krishna joint is the advent calendar of restaurants in Melbourne, serving up a different plant-based feed for each day of the week. At just $7.95 ($5.95 for concession card holders), Crossways food for life is every foodies’ budget bestie. It’s no frills, help-yourself communal dining that comes with dessert. 1/123 Swanston St, Melbourne VIC 3000, (03) 9650 2939

Sushi at Okami

With 14 locations across Victoria, Okami offers diners a generous all-you-can-eat menu, incorporating more than 30 freshly-made traditional Japanese dishes that will silence event the loudest grumbling tummy. Sushi, miso steak, teriyaki chicken, seafood tempura, udon noodle soup and green tea, vanilla bean or black sesame ice cream, it’s all included and at just $32.80 per person. Various locations across Victoria.


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