Ruby Tuesday - Buffet King

Red walls of Buffet King, illuminated well on a lovely afternoon.

I was finally able to find the photos for this particular eat-all-you-can restaurant. Buffet restaurants have sprouted like mushrooms in Vienna the past years, most of them are Chinese-owned...if not, I'm 100% sure that the chef is Chinese as well as the crew.

Buffet King opened sometime in October last year, the kids and I have been frequent visitors because they offer Japanese cuisine, Chinese dishes and fresh seafoods, meat, veggies for grilling.

It is also of walking distance from where we live.

The dining hall itself is on the second floor, the first floor serves as a bar and is not as big as upstairs. Garbed with traditional Chinese decor of gold, the red walls surely complements them well.

Mirror by the staircase, I love the details on this particular corner. I don't know but does red have to do anything to make one eat a lot? I believe orange is the color that makes food appetizing? Oh whatever...I feel happy whenever we dine there. Especially if the food you eat is fresh and much more worth than what you paid for.

Buffet lunch costs 5,50euros for adults and 4,40 for kids. Since my kids look small they only ask for 4euros each. From 3pm to 5pm costs less too!

What the kids like best:

Little boy enjoying shrimpcrackers, this restaurant is all worth it for us, because the little boy who eats as much as I do, is free of charge!

Bani Bär Buffer King
Brünner Straße 133
1210 Vienna
+43 1 2929100


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Ilanadavita  – (January 19, 2009 at 1:57 PM)  

A beautiful red selection. Thanks for sharing.

maryt/theteach  – (January 19, 2009 at 2:34 PM)  

Chinese buffets are big here in the US too! And RED of course is a very lucky color to the Chinese! Great Ruby Tuesday post! :)

shutter happy jenn  – (January 19, 2009 at 2:47 PM)  

That mirror on the staircase looks so great! It's like being at home.

Mine is here. Good morning!

Carletta  – (January 19, 2009 at 4:34 PM)  

Beautiful captures of the interior!
The little guy is a cutie!

Ralph  – (January 19, 2009 at 4:57 PM)  

This is a great dining room, the reds make for a comfortable dining experience. The red of the shrimp crackers is subtle, and looks delicious, instead. And the 'kids eat free' makes everything taste better!

Lisa  – (January 19, 2009 at 5:48 PM)  

I would eat there often, if I could. :) All of your photos are wonderful, especially the little boy.

Felisol  – (January 19, 2009 at 6:32 PM)  

Chinese Sunday buffet is a favorite.
The food doesn't only taste delicious, it looks even better.
Food culture at its best.
From Felisol

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Catherine  – (January 19, 2009 at 10:54 PM)  

What color evoques better China than Red ? I love Red things in decoration, this color matches with joy. Your selection is an invitation for lunch!
I'm French, and I'm very surprised by the low prices of this Chinese restaurant ! Here, eating chinese is not expensive either, but it costs a liitle much !

Dianne  – (January 20, 2009 at 8:18 AM)  


and I love the way you caught the light and the vivid reds!!

Joy  – (January 20, 2009 at 3:56 PM)  

The ambiance looks so cozy and Red is a good colour for the decor....
I am late but here is it

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