The all-American buffet isn’t as common as it used to be, but there’s one place you can usually count on finding one – a casino! Located in northern Iowa, Rhythm City Casino is a haven for gaming, live entertainment, and great food. It’s also home to Robert’s Buffet, a huge buffet in Iowa with carved meats, fresh seafood – and a dessert section that will make your sweet tooth dance for joy. Featuring a rotating assortment of cakes, cheesecakes, pies, ice cream, and seasonal specialties, it takes many people by surprise – and while you might be worried that you won’t have enough room after indulging in all of Robert’s Buffet’s savory options, trust us – these desserts look so good that you’ll want to try them all!

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Have you visited Robert’s Buffet at Rhythm City Casino? Let us know about your visit to this huge buffet in Iowa – and tell us all about your favorite desserts in the comments section! You can find out more about all that this sprawling resort offers by visiting the Rhythm City Casino website and the Facebook page of this massive casino resort. For another unique thing to do in Davenport, make sure to visit the city’s world-class art museum.

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Best All-You-Can-Eat Experiences In Iowa

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From buffets to endless meats and sushi brought to your table, these are the four best locations where you can eat your fill.

  • Brazil Terra Grill brings the unique style of eating known as Rodizio to Iowa for the first time, and if you haven't experienced this, you're in for a treat. First, eat your fill at a small hot-and-cold buffet of Brazilian specialties, but don't fill up - because the main attraction is a parade of skewered meats carved tableside. Waiters will bring them by, allowing you to sample chicken, pork, sausage, lamb, and a dazzling variety of grilled beef. For dessert, churros are among the highlights.
  • Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet is the largest Chinese buffet in Iowa, featuring over 250 items to choose from. The highlights include a massive sushi selection, peel-and-eat shrimp, Chinese classics like chicken skewers and wonton soup, and my favorite - the build-your-own hibachi bowl. You fill up a bowl with noodles, vegetables, and meats and watch as it's cooked in front of you by the expert hibachi chef. Make sure to save room for cake or ice cream for dessert.
  • Breitbach's Country Dining has a unique distinction - it's the oldest restaurant in Iowa and has a fascinating history dating back over a hundred years to 1852 in the tiny town of Balltown. A lot has changed since then - but the great food here has stood the test of time. A traditional buffet, it serves up good ol' country cooking including some of Iowa's best fried chicken and fried fish. If you're lucky, you'll be around when they're serving up German specialties or the famous fried pork tenderloin.
  • Izumi Sushi and Hibachi brings a new style of all-you-can-eat dining to Iowa for the first time - the all-you-can-order model, where you order anything you want off the menu and it comes to you straight from the kitchen. The highlight here is the extensive sushi menu, but this Cedar Rapids restaurant also features teriyaki, curry, perfectly fried tempura, and udon and soba noodle soups. It's a great way to sample all Japanese cuisine has to offer.