For those who enjoy multiple trips to the buffet station and piling your plate high with goodies, we’ve got the perfect list for you. Vancouver has no shortage of delicious all-you-can-eat (AYCE) spots to enjoy, and if there’s any time to get out and enjoy some delicious food, it’s fall.

From hot pot to bottomless brunch, here are 9 of the best all-you-can-eat spots to check out in Metro Vancouver.

Chocho Hot Pot by The Dolar Shop

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Looking for a great late-night spot and all-you-can-eat hot pot? Chocho by the Dolar Shop in Burnaby is open from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. every day, in addition to its regular hours, which means you can load up on 45 mouthwatering items whenever you’re hit with a craving, no matter the time.

The AYCE menu is available for $48.99 and $43.99 (vegetarian) per person during regular daytime hours, and for $39.99 and $35.99 respectively during Chocho’s late-night hours.

Where: 4361 Kingsway #4A, Burnaby

Cockney Kings Fish & Chips


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Voted best in Burnaby and New West for 20 years, this spot offers AYCE fish & chips and bottomless pop for $15 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. Sounds like the perfect lunch break destination if you ask us!

Where: 6574 Hastings Street, Burnaby

ARC Restaurant and Bar 


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Bottomless weekend brunch downtown? Sign us up. ARC Restaurant offers its weekend guests unlimited small plates of brunch items, as well as complimentary coffee or tea. For $65 per person, you can gorge on everything from Beef Shortrib Poutine to Liege Waffles with Poached Pear and Chai Tea Sauce.

You can make a reservation here.

Where: 900 Canada Place

Jun Yuan 

Ready for more AYCE hot pot? Jun Yuan on Victoria Drive serves up tasty wagyu beef, premium pork, seafood, and classic hot pot veggies – all in the savoury soup base of your choice (there are eight to choose from!) Guests can also take advantage of their AYCE dumplings, veggie spring rolls, fried chicken wings, noodles, and desserts – all for $39.99 per adult ($7 to $25.99 for children).

Where: 5728 Victoria Drive

Shabusen Yakiniku House

With AYCE lunch and dinner menus, you really can’t go wrong at Shabusen. If sushi is the vibe but you want to sample more than just your standard salmon or avocado rolls, Shabusen has a ton of sashimi, maki rolls, gyoza, and Korean BBQ options to choose from.

Where: 755 Burrard Street, #202

Tandoori Flame


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This one’s a personal fave, and it’s the largest AYCE Indian buffet & restaurant in North America with 150 items to choose from! While it’s a bit of a trek if you’re living in Vancouver, this Surrey-Delta spot is definitely worth the amazing amounts of curries, biryani, seafood, and desserts it has to offer. Plus, they have a ton of delicious veggie and vegan options, making it a great option for all dietary needs.

You can view their lunch and dinner buffet prices here.

Where: 11970 88 Avenue, Delta, BC

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Dae Bak Bon Ga Korean BBQ 

This Robson Street spot has a ton of mouthwatering options when it comes to Korean BBQ, and their AYCE offerings are available all day long. There are several AYCE menus to choose from depending on what you’re craving, including a Bulgolgi (BBQ meat) and an optional upgrade to a $80 menu which adds on seafood dishes and BBQ specials.

Oh, and did we mention they have soju cider cocktails to wash it all down?

Where: 201-1323 Robson Street

Richmond Ninkazu


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As far as AYCE sushi spots go – Ninkazu has definitely earned a reputation for having some of the cheapest AYCE sushi in the area. And they have a wide selection of sushi, udon bowls, donburi, and much more. It might be a bit of a trek for those living in Vancouver, but this Richmond spot is well worth the journey – and it’s open late!

Where: 8388 Capstan Way #1488, Richmond

Mongo Bongo Mongolian


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If you’re craving Mongolian-style stir fry, then look no further than Mongo Bongo in New West. The grill has a $28 AYCE lunch & dinner buffet that comes with soup and rice, and offers guests the chance to create their own stir-fried meals with no shortage of meat, veggie, and alternative protein options.

Where: 512 6th Avenue, New Westminster

And that’s the list! We hope you treat yourself (and some friends) to a night of indulgence at one of these all-you-can-eat spots in Vancouver. You deserve it.