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Las Vegas is known to have some of the best buffet’s in the world. Here’s the Top 10 Most Popular and Best Buffets in Las Vegas. Which one is your favourite?
1. Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace
Bacchanal Buffet is Las Vegas newest buffet and one of the largest in the world costing a whopping $17 million to build! It features more than 500 items prepared by a team of master chefs in nine globally-inspired kitchens. This uniquely designed homage to eating offers priceless views of the world-famous Garden of the Gods pool complex from a 25,000 square-foot dining room. Don’t forget to ask our master chefs about their daily specials!
Voted “Best Buffet” by Best of Las Vegas 2013.
2. Bellagio Buffet at Bellagio
The freshest ingredients are brought together in an exciting display of taste and talent at the superb Buffet Bellagio. The Buffet incorporates several live-action cooking stations and a level of food quality and presentation not currently experienced in Las Vegas. Guests may choose from the best of Italian, Japanese, Chinese, seafood and American cuisines, offered daily, or enjoy an exquisite champagne brunch on the weekend.
3. The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas
One of our top buffet picks. Just as Mr. Wynn expects nothing but the best from his namesake hotel, you can see and taste the quality that this buffet delivers. The atmosphere is artistic and scenic, with colorful fresh flowers to match the hotel, and the service is 5-star. Let’s start with the crab legs. Amazing is the best way to describe them and worth the price of admission. But there is so much more!
Voted “Best Buffet” by USA Today.
4. The Wicked Spoon Buffet at Cosmopolitan
A bustling culinary food hall, the Wicked Spoon delivers well-crafted original selections for every appetite. With its mix of top quality, familiar staples in addition to imaginative and seasonal dishes, this Las Vegas eatery will satisfy cravings and invite discovery.
5. Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas
The Spice Market Buffet features fare from around the world. When you can’t make up your mind what to eat, you don’t have to, so visit the award-winning Las Vegas buffet at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino!
Mexican, Italian, Asian, Middle Eastern and American action stations are complemented with the ultimate topping: tantalizing desserts. For Sunday brunch at Planet Hollywood’s buffet, you can even indulge with unlimited Champagne, mimosas and bloody Marys.
It’s no wonder that Planet Hollywood’s Spice Market Buffet has been voted best buffet in Las Vegas again and again.
6. The Buffet at Aria Las Vegas
When you think about Las Vegas buffets there are normally two requirements; quality and variety. The Buffet at ARIA focuses not only on having a wide selection of dishes from around the world, but ensuring that they are of the highest quality and truly authentic.
Using a mix of individual portions and home-style casserole dishes, this is one Las Vegas restaurant destination you cannot miss. The details are what separate The Buffet at ARIA from all other Las Vegas buffets. Everything from the music to the serving dishes aspire to create an eclectic and unforgettable dining experience. Here, you will never find trays of pre-heated food sitting in warmers. Instead our buffet chefs put on a Las Vegas-style show with their cooking skills; carving, sautéing, baking, steaming and even using an authentic Tandoor Oven to create the food right before your eyes.
7. Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas
A departure from the traditional Las Vegas buffet, this extraordinary Paris Las Vegas dining experience takes buffet dining to a higher echelon by featuring live-action stations, the freshest ingredients and food cooked to order in a remarkable French village setting.
Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas brings to life five provinces of France through culinary expertise and visual attention to detail. Each station is themed for a particular province and features an intricate facade designed to replicate the architecture of that region. Meals are prepared as they are ordered to ensure the quality and freshness of each selection. A large selection of pastries, pies and an assortment of sugar-free delicacies are offered from Le Village Buffet’s dessert station.
8. Rio’s Carnival World Buffet at Rio Suites Hotel
The Rio buffet, recognized as the best Las Vegas buffet year after year by guests and critics alike, is the epic Carnival World Buffet. Carnival World has raised the bar in all-you-can-eat Las Vegas restaurant dining once again, offering more variety in food choices (more than 300 dishes prepared fresh daily) and a new contemporary design that make the best buffet in Las Vegas even better.
9. Mirage Buffet Cravings at Mirage Las Vegas
Vegas and buffet. They go together like The Mirage and you. But lest you think this is any typical buffet, consider we have eleven cooking stations, a street of restaurants and a design by Adam Tihany. Only at Cravings – the ultimate buffet experience.
10. Studio B Buffet at The M Resort
Studio B brings you a buffet experience unlike anywhere else by integrating a state-of-the-art restaurant with a live-action cooking studio. In the main dining room, chefs prepare delicious appetizers, entrees and out-of-this-world patisserie desserts. Guests may also enjoy beer and wine selections at no additional cost. With continually evolving flavors and entertainment, no day is ever the same at Studio B. Here you come to eat, but you leave entertained.
Voted “Best Buffet” by Best of Las Vegas 2010.
Honourable Mention: Flavors, the Buffet at Harrah’s
Flavors, the Buffet at Harrah’s Las Vegas is a great place to satisfy your appetite for fun, featuring continuous live cooking stations, freshly prepared seafood, all-you-can-eat crab legs and fresh cut prime rib, along with an array of delectable side dishes, traditional comfort foods and a mouth-watering desserts. More tastes in one place than any Las Vegas buffet, Flavors, The Buffet represents cuisines from around the world, including Churrasco (Brazilian BBQ), sumptuous pizzas and Italian casseroles prepared in a wood burning oven, fire-roasted rotisserie chicken, piping hot steamed crab legs and tasty Asian selections such as hand rolled-sushi, maki rolls and homemade wonton soup as well as traditional Southwestern dishes. Flavors is one of the most diverse Las Vegas buffets on the Strip.
Waiting in Line: Buffet lines can get long so going early or late then the popular times is a way to reduce your wait. Las Vegas tends to be a late-night crowd so going early for brunch can often make a big difference. You can also try to get a line-pass to get in front as a comp if you gamble enough, or are a valued hotel guest. Finally, tipping the hostess has been known to get people in early 🙂
Saving Money: If you go towards the end of the lunch schedule, you can sometimes stay for dinner too and will just pay lunch prices for the more expensive dinner buffets (depends on hotel policy). Going midweek will get you the lowest buffet prices. In addition, you can find great deals (50 percent off or more) if you go to a breakfast buffet instead of dinner or lunch – of course, the selection will be more limited.
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