Deciding upon the perfect place to eat that satisfies the taste buds of each member of the family, or a group of friends, is often a tough choice. Foods that please one person are not something another will ever consider eating. Choosing a buffet is a welcome delight. Buffets offer a variety of foods for an all-inclusive price, and all in one restaurant. There are so many great buffets in the St. Louis area that it’s time to expand the original Top Spots for Buffets in St. Louis and talk about five more great places to eat.


China Buffet & Grill
373 Winding Woods Drive
O’Fallon, MO 63366
(636) 272-7888

Can’t decide on Chinese, Japanese, American or sushi? Tucked away in a strip mall along Highway K, this place has all the options in flavor covered. Everyone will leave full and happy as there is both Asian and American cuisine offered. The buffet is endless, featuring everything from traditional Chinese dishes, Japanese cooking and even pizza, ice cream and macaroni and cheese for the kids. There’s also a grill with a chef who will cook an order upon request and a sushi bar.


Vin de Set Rooftop Bar & Bistro
2017 Chouteau Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63103
(314) 241-8989

In the evenings, this rooftop location is a favorite cozy bar for foodies, and on weekends, it serves a plentiful brunch buffet. The atmosphere is a unique mix of upscale French motif with a kick-off-your-shoes kind of feel. On Sunday mornings at 10 a.m., the place transforms into a brunch buffet offering an array of delectable foods. Enjoy traditional French and American cuisine. Create your own specialty omelet and Belgian waffle at one food station, and fill your plate with freshly sliced prime rib at another.

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Three Monkeys
3153 Morgan Ford Road
St. Louis, MO 63116
(314) 772-9800

This south St. Louis eating and drinking establishment holds to the same rule you find when traveling to Las Vegas: “What happens at Three Monkeys stays at Three Monkeys.” That doesn’t mean you have to go completely crazy, but you may just go ape over the Sunday brunch buffet where you will sample a variety of American favorites. The restaurant is nuzzled into a corner grill setting in the Tower Grove neighborhood. The Sunday brunch buffet price includes a mimosa to drink, and it also serve St. Louis’s own Fitz’s root beer.


2137 Barrett Station Road
St. Louis, MO 63131
(314) 965-3822

The chefs prepare the Indian cuisine with the intention of standing up to the richness and benefits of the spice the restaurant is named after. Saffron is known to be among the finest of spices, and it is used to prepare some of the dishes, along with a variety of other spices that are prevalent and enjoyed in Indian food. The servers aim to present guests with the best assortment of buffet food as well as quality service that makes guests return. Saffron serves a lunch buffet daily, where you can taste a variety of well-prepared foods cooked in the style of India.


The Coronado
3701 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 367-4848

Walk into a majestic ballroom setting with all the class, elegance and history of a building built in 1926 and renovated in 2003. Steven Becker Fine Dining provides the food that is plentiful and delicious. Guests enjoy this elaborate atmosphere with food to match, as if an invited guest to a private function. However, the buffet is open to the public with advance reservations on special holidays such as Easter and Mother’s Day.

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