A buffet employee advises customers to book in advance

The mega all-you-can-eat buffet is located in Watford, Hertfordshire, and can feed up to 3,000 people a day. Channel 5 went behind the scenes of All-You-Can-Eat Buffets: How Do They Really Do It?.

The Watford-based restaurant serves cuisines from around the world – from Indian to Italian, Malaysian to Mexican.

The doors open at noon, welcoming a swarm of hungry customers.

Speaking in the documentary, a buffet viewer said you need to have a “strategy” to navigate the foodie arena.

But what do the staff advise?

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One of the best things about JRC World Buffet is that customers can eat as much as they want – and relatively cheaply.

On Father’s Day, one of the most lucrative days of the year for the restaurant, adults pay £20.99.

Children under 90 cm eat free.

Children under 150 cm eat for half the price of an adult.


To avoid a long line, reserving a table in advance may be the best bet for buffet lovers.

To prevent your pre-booked table from becoming a walk-in table, make sure you don’t arrive too late at the restaurant.

Guests who have reserved a table in advance get more time at the buffet.

On weekends, reserved customers can keep their table for 1h45.

Walk-in customers get 15 minutes less, just an hour to 30 minutes – “everything to turn the tables”.

All-you-can-eat buffets: how do they really do it? is on Channel 5 on Sundays at 7 p.m.

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