5 top reasons to indulge yourself at International Buffet and Lounge

Chef Jimin John is thrilled to serve guests an array of exceptional dishes at Red Deer’s International Buffet and Lounge.

Chef Jimin John is thrilled to serve guests an array of exceptional dishes at Red Deer’s International Buffet and Lounge.

Looking for variety in your menu choices? Foodies can rejoice in the sumptuous array of dishes offered at International Buffett and Lounge – not your typical smorgasbord offerings.

Eating at International Buffet is like a vacation from your kitchen. Dishes from around the world are created fresh daily and Chef Jimin John ensures the quality is always maintained. Inviting restaurant-style seating, coupled with practical safety protocols, allow him to provide a sensory experience that is all-consuming.

Chef Jimin earned his Degree from The Institute of Hotel Management in India and has more than 20 years of culinary experience. Besides custom catering, Chef Jimin worked for many years as head chef at Original Joe’s Restaurant and Bar in Airdrie, and a further seven years as head chef at State & Main Kitchen and Bar. His chance to own and cook in his own restaurant fulfills a lifelong dream.

“I’m very thankful for my customers and those who have supported me in my journey. My dream is now a reality. I love to see friends and family leave with happy smiles and full bellies,” says Chef Jimin.

Stroll into the International Buffet restaurant and delight in the sight of exotic dishes and aromas of far off lands. Savour the taste of quality, fresh ingredients in each course of your mouth-watering meal.


*Balinese Fish Curry *Butter Chicken *Chimichanga *Korean Gochujang Beef *Pad Thai *Peri Peri Chicken *Perogies *Peruvian Chicken *Seafood Paella *Spinach and Mushroom Phyllo

Every day at International Buffet and Lounge, you can enjoy up to a half dozen fresh specialty salads and soup. The list of Canadian dishes is extensive as well, with all your traditional favourites, such as Bacon Mac and Cheese, Beer Battered Fish, and Roast Beef with Gravy. Delight your taste buds while keeping your nutrition needs in check with dietary options that include gluten-free, low-carb, paleo, vegan and plant-based meals.

Each day of the week is an alternate menu, but you can savour the all-you-can-eat soup and salad bar with corn bread and homemade desserts anytime! Ice cream anyone? International Buffet offers great value, making it a family favourite for all ages. Takeout and delivery are also available.

International Buffet and Lounge is located at 7110 50th Ave. in Red Deer. Call 403-302-2559 or visit to order on-line: www.internationalbuffetreddeer.com.

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Savour the taste of quality, fresh ingredients at the International Buffet restaurant.

Savour the taste of quality, fresh ingredients at the International Buffet restaurant.

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