I've had my fair share of delicious and not-so-delicious buffet experiences, but I'm excited to share with you the best of the best. After reviewing a total of eight buffets in Cedar Park, I can confidently say there's one that stands out above the rest.

So grab a plate and let's dig in!

Indian Delights Cedar Park

Indian Delights Cedar Park
🗺️ 401 E Whitestone Blvd C-106, Cedar Park, TX 78613
☎️ 512-456-0599
🌐 Website
Sunday: 11:30 AM–3 PM
Sunday: 5–9:30 PM
Monday: 11 AM–3 PM
Monday: 5–9:30 PM
Tuesday: 11 AM–3 PM
Tuesday: 5–9:30 PM
Wednesday: 11 AM–3 PM
Wednesday: 5–9:30 PM
Thursday: 11 AM–3 PM
Thursday: 5–9:30 PM
Friday: 11 AM–3 PM
Friday: 5–10 PM
Saturday: 11:30 AM–3 PM
Saturday: 5–10 PM

The moment I stepped in, the aroma of spices and curry hit me like a delightful punch in the face. The buffet spread was impressive, with a wide range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. My taste buds danced with joy as I savored each bite. The naan bread was freshly made and the chutneys were lip-smacking good. The service was prompt and courteous, making my experience all the more enjoyable. Overall, Indian Delights Cedar Park is a must-visit for anyone who loves authentic Indian cuisine.

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Mirchi Express (Angeethi Flame Indian Restaurant & Catering)

Mirchi Express (Angeethi Flame Indian Restaurant & Catering)
🗺️ 2301 S Lakeline Blvd #800, Cedar Park, TX 78613
☎️ 512-494-6350
🌐 Website
Sunday: 9 AM–12 AM
Monday: 9 AM–12 AM
Tuesday: 9 AM–12 AM
Wednesday: 9 AM–12 AM
Thursday: 9 AM–12 AM
Friday: 9 AM–12 AM
Saturday: 9 AM–12 AM

Firstly, the decor of this place is amazing! It's like walking into a Bollywood movie set. Secondly, the food was incredible! The variety of dishes available was impressive and the flavors were out of this world. I especially loved the chicken tikka masala and naan bread. But beware, some dishes are spicy enough to make you sweat like a marathon runner! So, if you can't handle the heat, stick to mild options. Overall, Mirchi Express is definitely worth a visit for anyone who loves Indian cuisine, or just wants to try something new.

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Yak N Yeti

Yak N Yeti
🗺️ 200 Buttercup Creek Blvd Suite 125, Cedar Park, TX 78613
☎️ 512-514-1180
🌐 Website
Sunday: 11 AM–2:30 PM
Sunday: 4:30–8:30 PM
Monday: 11 AM–2:30 PM
Monday: 4:30–8:30 PM
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 11 AM–2:30 PM
Wednesday: 4:30–8:30 PM
Thursday: 11 AM–2:30 PM
Thursday: 4:30–8:30 PM
Friday: 11 AM–3 PM
Friday: 5–9 PM
Saturday: 11 AM–3 PM
Saturday: 5–9 PM

The atmosphere was cozy and inviting, making me feel as if I was dining in a traditional Nepalese restaurant. The food was exquisite - the spices, the aroma, and the presentation were all on point. The variety of dishes offered was impressive, ranging from classic Nepalese cuisine to Indian and Chinese dishes. The momos (steamed dumplings) were my favorite, and the dessert options were mouth-watering. Overall, Yak N Yeti is definitely worth trying out for an adventurous culinary experience.

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Cajun Skillet Restaurant - Cedar Park

Cajun Skillet Restaurant - Cedar Park
🗺️ 251 N Bell Blvd #101, Cedar Park, TX 78613
☎️ 512-243-5290
🌐 Website
Sunday: Closed
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 11 AM–5 PM
Thursday: 11 AM–5 PM
Friday: 11 AM–5 PM
Saturday: 11 AM–5 PM

The moment I stepped inside, the aroma of spicy Cajun food was so strong that my taste buds were dancing in excitement. The buffet spread was impressive, with a wide variety of dishes ranging from gumbo to jambalaya and crawfish étouffée. The seafood selection was particularly noteworthy with fresh and succulent shrimps and crabs. The flavorful seasoning definitely hit the spot, but be warned - this place is not for the faint-hearted! If you're a spice lover like myself, then you will absolutely adore their spices.

The ambience of the restaurant was pleasant, with cozy seating arrangements and friendly staff. Despite being busy, the servers were attentive and quick to refill our drinks.

Overall, if you're looking for a unique dining experience filled with spicy flavors and hearty portions, then Cajun Skillet Restaurant - Cedar Park is definitely worth checking out!

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Tarka Indian Kitchen

Tarka Indian Kitchen
🗺️ 11066 Pecan Park Blvd, Cedar Park, TX 78613
☎️ 512-394-6248
🌐 Website
Sunday: 11 AM–9 PM
Monday: 11 AM–9 PM
Tuesday: 11 AM–9 PM
Wednesday: 11 AM–9 PM
Thursday: 11 AM–9 PM
Friday: 11 AM–9 PM
Saturday: 11 AM–9 PM

The moment I entered, the aroma of spices and herbs filled my nostrils, making my mouth water. The menu had a plethora of options ranging from delicious curries to crispy samosas. I decided to try their famous chicken tikka masala and it definitely did not disappoint! The succulent chicken pieces were cooked to perfection in a creamy tomato sauce that was bursting with flavors.

To accompany my meal, I ordered some garlic naan which was freshly baked and oh-so-delectable. The staff was extremely courteous and made me feel like royalty. Although Tarka Indian Kitchen is not a buffet restaurant, their food quality and service are truly remarkable.

If you're looking for an exquisite dining experience that will tantalize your taste buds, then Tarka Indian Kitchen is definitely worth checking out!

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Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen

Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen
🗺️ 11200 Lakeline Mall Dr Ste BC-3, Cedar Park, TX 78613
☎️ 512-219-9928
🌐 Website
Sunday: 12 AM–6 PM
Monday: 11 AM–8 PM
Tuesday: 11 AM–8 PM
Wednesday: 11 AM–8 PM
Thursday: 11 AM–8 PM
Friday: 10 AM–9 PM
Saturday: 10 AM–9 PM

The ambiance was quite cozy and the staff was welcoming. I tried their pasta buffet which had a decent selection of toppings to choose from. The tiramisu was superb - it melted in my mouth like butter. However, the salad bar was a bit lackluster.

Overall, Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen is a good option if you're craving Italian cuisine but don't want to break the bank. Give it a try if you're in the area!

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Takara Sushi & Asian Bistro

Takara Sushi & Asian Bistro
🗺️ 1335 E Whitestone Blvd, Cedar Park, TX 78613
☎️ 512-528-5449
🌐 Website
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 12–9 PM
Tuesday: 12–9 PM
Wednesday: 12–9 PM
Thursday: 12–9 PM
Friday: 12–9 PM
Saturday: 12–9 PM

The ambiance of the restaurant is sleek and modern, which sets a great first impression. The buffet selection was quite impressive with a variety of sushi, sashimi, tempura, and other Asian dishes. The freshness and quality of the food were top-notch. I particularly enjoyed the miso soup which was divine. The staff was friendly and prompt in refilling the dishes. Although I wasn't too impressed with their dessert selection, their green tea ice cream hit all the right spots. All in all, Takara Sushi & Asian Bistro is definitely worth checking out if you're looking for a satisfying buffet experience in Cedar Park.

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Blue Corn Harvest Bar & Grill, Cedar Park

Blue Corn Harvest Bar & Grill, Cedar Park
🗺️ 700 E Whitestone Blvd #204, Cedar Park, TX 78613
☎️ 512-528-0889
🌐 Website
Sunday: 10 AM–9 PM
Monday: 11 AM–9 PM
Tuesday: 11 AM–9 PM
Wednesday: 11 AM–9 PM
Thursday: 11 AM–9 PM
Friday: 11 AM–10 PM
Saturday: 10 AM–10 PM

The restaurant's atmosphere is inviting and the staff is friendly. The buffet selection was limited, but the quality of the food made up for it. The spicy shrimp tacos were a standout dish, while the roasted corn salad was a tasty surprise. I can't forget to mention their delicious margaritas, which are definitely worth trying. Overall, Blue Corn Harvest Bar & Grill, Cedar Park is a great option if you're looking for a mouthwatering meal with a fun atmosphere.

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Susan Wright

Susan has a passion for helping small, locally-owned restaurants and businesses to tell their stories and showcase their unique offerings to the public. With a loyalty to her hometown of Austin, TX, Susan is committed to making sure these establishments get the recognition they deserve. Outside of work, Susan enjoys exploring Austin's food and music scene with friends, hiking in the nearby hill country, spending time in nature, and savoring every bite of barbeque she can find.