Figuring out where to eat in Sin City can be a daunting task. Luckily, we offer our list of the best Las Vegas buffets money can buy. We know that you are looking for variety, freshness, and a smorgasbord of good food for the good money you are going to shell out. Whether you are looking for a mountain of food or you are just in the mood to try everything, we’ve got you covered!
But first, here are some helpful hints. Buffet lines can run out the door because everyone has the same idea. Go early or late! This will reduce your wait time. Arriving early for brunch may be your best bet, since Las Vegas buffets are usually hoppin’ later on. Dining during midweek is the best time to get the lowest prices. Some great deals exist if you go in the early morning for breakfast.
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The first selection to visit on your vacation is the Cravings Buffet at the Mirage Hotel and Casino. A “salad bar chef” mixes all of your ingredients with dressing, etc., and serves in a nice large bowl. The pizza, pasta, and Asian food are all exquisite. The 11 cooking stations follow a contemporary design offering worldly flavors.
At the Studio B Buffet located at the M Resort Spa Casino Hotel, culinary experts put on a grand display in the live-action studio. You can dine on an extravaganza of over 200 items. Beer and wine are included with your meal at no extra charge.
The Buffet at Bellagio Hotel Las Vegas is another live-action offering with a host of taste stations, including Italian, Mexican, seafood, and desserts. The sushi station stands out, and all of the sushi is prepared fresh right in front of you.
Sixteen live-action cooking stations highlight The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas. Some of the prize dishes include the cocktail shrimp and ceviche, dim sum and congee, and customized omelets. Also, sample the delicious pizza and cooked seafood.
The Carnival World Buffet at Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino offers a cornucopia of food options, and it’s clear why this is considered one of the best Las Vegas buffets. Feast on pizza, omelets, sushi and teppan yaki. The fresh carved meats are mouthwatering, and you can even sample more than 70 varieties of homemade pies, cakes and pastries.
Another tasty choice is the Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Scrumptious selections ranging from Middle Eastern to Mexican to a made-to-order burger bar. Standouts are the lamb, tandora and the shrimp tempura.
Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas is truly “C’est magnifique.” Gear up for a culinary tour through five distinct provinces. Breakfast is a winner here, with fresh made omelets, Eggs Benedict, and both French toast and pancakes. And of course, you must try a crepe for dessert.
Still hungry for more? Don’t miss The Buffet at Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino, Feast Buffet at Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa, and French Market Buffet at The Orleans Hotel and Casino. Good luck on your search. If you have the time, try all 10 of our best Las Vegas Buffets during your next vacation!