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Where to Find All-You-Can-Eat Food In Melbourne Every Day of the Week

The best places to eat without restriction Monday to Sunday.
By Libby Curran and Kat Hayes
August 14, 2018
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Where to Find All-You-Can-Eat Food In Melbourne Every Day of the Week

The best places to eat without restriction Monday to Sunday.
By Libby Curran and Kat Hayes
August 14, 2018
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WHERE TO FIND ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT FOOD IN MELBOURNE EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK

The best places to eat without restriction Monday to Sunday.

Sometimes one pizza isn't enough. Sometimes your stomach is a ravenous bottomless pit. Sometimes you need all-you-can-eat. Luckily, Melbourne is not lacking in this department — there are restaurants offering all-you-can-eat sushi, pizza and gyoza every day of the week. And we've wrapped up our favourites, so you can satisfy your insatiable cravings, no matter what day it is.

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    Mondays at San Antone can get pretty darn messy. But when you’re elbow-deep in fried chicken, it’s pretty likely you won’t mind that much. The Crown restaurant is renowned for its American-style smoked meats and to kickstart each week, it offers two hours of endless chicken wings for just $25 per person. These finger lickin’ goodies are smoked for two hours and then served by the bucket, teamed with your choice of sauce — Louisiana hot, mild barbecue or hot barbecue — and a pile of golden fries. Settle in and keep that chook coming until those Monday blues are a distant memory.

    All-you-can-eat wings, $25

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    If you love sushi but don’t love spending a heap of money on it, Saké has something that will make both your stomach and your wallet happy: all-you-can-eat sushi. And it’s running four nights a week. From 5–7pm, Monday to Thursday, you can eat endless sushi for only $19 — less than a lobster.

    You’ll be able to choose from spicy tuna rolls, chicken karaage rolls, salmon and avocado rolls and more. And to sweeten the deal, there’ll also be drink discounts, too, including $5 beers, $10 cocktails and $8 wines.

    All-you-can-eat sushi, $19

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    They’re words every hungry stomach likes to hear: all you can eat. And, they’re words that echo a little bit louder when gyoza are involved. After all, who hasn’t sat down to a plate of them, finished it quicker than they thought they would and wished someone would keep magically refilling it?

    We all have, and that’s just what’ll happen at Bosozoku on Wednesdays. It’s all rather simple: you venture in after 5pm, choose from pork or vegetarian, and settle in for an hour of power. The best part? It’ll cost you only $25. Usually the gyoza cost $2 each, so you’ll have to eat at least 13 to get your money’s worth. So come with an empty stomach.

    All-you-can-eat gyoza, $25

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    Pizza e Birra

    You’ll want to be as comfortable as possible when you’re sitting down for an unlimited feed of pizza and beer on a Thursday evening.

    That’s the $35 deal Pizza E Birra is now serving from 6pm each week, and yes, your slices and sips won’t come to an end during a two-hour period. Fifteen different woodfired pizzas are on offer, so you can try every one on the menu as long as your stomach can handle it — all paired with Italian brews that’ll just keep on coming.

    But, if you’re not up for the alcohol, you can still devour as much ‘za as you like for $20.

    All-you-can eat pizza, $20 (or $35 with all-you-can-drink beer)

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    Part of the restaurant precinct on Fitzroy Street, Mahjong has been serving up scores of dumplings for nigh on ten years. Head in on the weekend for a cruisy $39 yum cha. You scoff dumplings anytime on Saturday, but on Sunday — prime yum cha day — you have to choose from a session time of 11.30am or 1.30pm.

    If it’s more of an evening affair you’re after, Mahjong also runs its yum cha on Tuesday evenings or — what we’re all here for — an ‘endless Friday feast’ all-you-can-eat state of affairs on Fridays. The endless Friday feast, which will set you back $39 a head, lets you eat as much dim sum, spring rolls, calamari and more — for two whole hours.

    All-you-can-eat yum cha, $39

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    If a hefty stack of pancakes is your brunch of choice, this Saturday session is guaranteed to be right up your alley. Carlton’s Prince Alfred Hotel is hosting a weekly session of bottomless pancakes and booze on its newly minted rooftop.

    From 11.30am each week, head up to the top of the Carlton pub for unlimited stacks of pancakes, loaded up with your choice of toppings for just $25.

    But why stop there? The pub’s also offering a bottomless booze package to complement those fancy-pants stacks, priced at $65 for unlimited eats and drinks. Sip bloody marys, mimosas and pints of Hoegaarden to your heart’s content, up until the session wraps up at 2.30pm. Live tunes each week will round it all out.

    All-you-can-eat pancakes, $25

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    Jessi Singh is back on board at his former Fitzroy North restaurant as a consultant and executive chef, having led a recent transformation of the venue’s menu, look and feel.

    And it’s worth a visit — for a few reasons. As well as serving up innovative and rule-breaking Indian fare, it’s also serving up all-you-can-eat curry and rice every Sunday night for only $25. You can choose any of the curries off the menu — including coconut fish curry, palak paneer, winter veg curry, a spicy goat curry, dahl and more — paired with as much rice as you can handle.

    All-you-can-eat curry, $25

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