Chinese Buffet – All You Can Eat – on Rügen?

China Garten Restaurant in Bergen auf RügenAfter my first visit to the island of Rügen last year I received a question asking if there was a Chinese restaurant on the island offering a buffet, known also as “all you can eat”.

Admittedly I had not eaten at a Chinese restaurant while I had been there, and considering the fresh fish available in many places I did wonder why you would want to.  Of course, I myself went to a restaurant called Riff in Ralswiek, but when I returned to the island this summer I decided to answer the question and find out firstly how many Chinese restaurants I could find and then if any of them offered a buffet service.

In the end I found 4 Chinese restaurants on the island: 3 in Bergen and 1 in Sassnitz.

The one in Sassnitz (China Garten, Hauptstraße 65) does not have a buffet.

So off I went to Bergen and visited the other three, and it turned out that only one of them has a buffet, which is a shame as the other two were easier to park at.  All of them, however, did offer set menus at lunch time.  Often this means a soup and a main course at a discounted price.

These restaurants offered set-price menus and had their own car parks, but did not have a buffet service:

Goldener Drachen, Ringstraße 114

Tsing-Tao, Ringstraße 138

This restaurant offered an “Asia-Büffet”, but did not have a car park:

China Garten, Dammstraße 47 (pictured above)

The buffet there is open daily between 11.30am and 2.30pm, and from 5.30pm until10pm.  It costs €7.50 per person, with children up to 8 years old paying only €3.90 (correct as of June 2012).

If you are lucky then you might find somewhere to park on the street outside, otherwise it is just a short walk from the pay-and-display car park at the Marktplatz.

I cannot comment on the quality of any of the restaurants listed here, as I did not actually eat at them.  But the buffet at the China Garten in Bergen certainly looked popular!

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About Graham

Graham Tappenden is a British ex-pat who first came to Germany as a placement student in 1993, returning in 1995 to live there permanently. He has been writing for AllThingsGerman.net since 2006. When not writing blog posts or freelancing for the Oberurseler Woche and other publications he works as a self-employed IT consultant solving computer problems and designing websites. In 2016 he gained German citizenship.

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