I went to the biggest ever restaurant in the UK, it had over 300 dishes and you even need a map to find your way around | The Sun

A US tourist headed to the biggest restaurant in the UK to see if it was worth the hype.

Sabina headed to Za Za Bazaar in Bristol, which is so big you need a map to find your way around.

Taking to social media, Sabina revealed the buffet-style restaurant has over 300 dishes from around the world and made her way through as many as she could.

The giant eatery is able to seat 1,000 people at a time and prices start at just £12.99 per person.

"This restaurant is so big, they give you a map when you go in, and apparently they've got more than 300 dishes from all over the world," she said.

To start off, Sabina helped herself to a selection of Indian food including panipuri and a bunch of different curries.


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Next, she went to tackle the Mexican food stall.

She had tacos which are made fresh in front of you as well as a plate of loaded nachos and finished it off with a slice of pizza.

The foodie then moved on to Peking duck pancakes which she said were 'underwhelming'.

For plate number four, she headed back to the Asian part of the buffet and grabbed dim sum, sushi, and seafood – which could have been risky.

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"Which in retrospect, was a very brave choice," Sabina added.

"At an all-you-can-eat buffet, but I'm happy to report zero food poisoning."

Her last plate of savoury dishes included British classics such as Shepherd's pie, mushy peas, and pasta salad.

To finish her feast, Sabina got a crème brulée, jelly, ice cream, and marshmallows covered in chocolate.

Reviewing the meal, she said: "The food is decent – some of it is average (looking at you, duck pancakes!), some of it surprisingly good.

"None of it is particularly authentic. My favourite was the soft-serve ice cream machine!"

The clip posted to her TikTok account @girlvsglobe has since gone viral with over 980k views and 87k likes.

People were quick to share their thoughts in the comments and were tempted to try the place for themselves.

One person wrote: "Love it here."

Another tagged a friend, asking: "Omg can we go."

"BEEN HERE AND I LOVED IT," penned a third.

Meanwhile a fourth said: "Wait wait wait. One price for ALL that food??!?!?"

"We've been a few times. We love the variety, but you have to pace yourself so you have room for the puddings,” claimed a fifth.


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Someone else added: "I love Za Zas coming from a Bristolian."

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