Eating at a buffet can be quite an adventure! On the plus side, buffets offer an incredible variety of dishes, so there's something for everyone. You can sample a little of everything, which is perfect for picky eaters or those wanting to try new cuisines. Plus, the all-you-can-eat aspect can be a great value if you have a hearty appetite.

However, there are some downsides too. The food can sit out for a while, so you might not always get a fresh meal, and the variety of rich and heavy dishes can leave you feeling less than great. But there's one buffet in Minnesota that breaks the mold. Here, you will get fresh food and won't feel bad about indulging.

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It's exciting when a local restaurant gets national recognition. You can find dozens of Minnesota establishments that have been featured on the Food Network at the end of this article.

The team at Reader's Digest recently published a list of the best buffets in each state, and you might be surprised by their selection for Minnesota if you've never been there. However, if you have eaten there, it won't be shocking at all.

People love how this restaurant changes its menu daily, offering entrees such as pot roast, beef barbacoa, baked chicken, pork carnitas, and lasagna. However, these dishes aren't what the restaurant is best known for.

The Best Buffet In Minnesota

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Q-Cumbers, located at 7465 France Ave S in Edina, has been recognized as the best buffet in the state by Reader's Digest.

This restaurant is famous for its gigantic salad bar, packed with fresh veggies, salad toppings, fruits, and various salads. As a meat eater, I had my doubts, but I really enjoyed my meal at Q-Cumbers. I left feeling full but not like I needed a nap.

 

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