Part of the classic Vegas experience is eating at a buffet. It’s not just lunch, it’s not just dinner – it’s an event!
The Vegas buffets are popular for delectable shrimp, crab legs, prime rib carving stations and desserts you can’t get enough of. Most individuals see Vegas buffets as an incredible value - I see them as a chance to try numerous kinds of dishes all at once. No matter the reason, dining at one of the Top 10 Las Vegas Buffets should be an essential part of your Las Vegas experience.
Here is a list of my favorite Las Vegas buffets that range from a boutique-style buffet to a Parisian feast.
1. Wicked Spoon Buffet – The Cosmopolitan
This buffet has a modern, elegant design enriched with warm brown, gold and orange colors. Food selections are served on small plates that ensure a practical portion size and allows for a wider sampling of foods since you will not overdo it with one small plateful. The buffet has a traditional carving station that serves foods like pork, prime rib and other extraordinary foods like roasted bone marrow and lamb. The highlights are the fresh sushi, chai tea ice cream and the guava and passion fruit juice. During my experience I thoroughly enjoyed the food and the environment and I think it’s an incredible place to dine.
2. Bacchanal Buffet – Caesars Palace
Situated inside the legendary Caesars Palace, the design is sophisticated and welcoming with areas themed around glass, steel and wood. I was delighted to see wide variety of cooked-to-order dishes available. Mexican, Chinese, Japanese and American dishes were plentiful. The house fresh tortillas, oysters and barbecue ribs were some of my favorites. A fine selection of vegetables and other vegan and gluten free foods was a nice addition.
3. The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas
This beautifully designed buffet is certainly pretty with its floral décor and spacious, relaxing atmosphere. With a large variety of foods available it was hard to try everything. Some of the standouts included king crab legs, prime rib, watermelon lime juice and the salad selections.
4. The Buffet at Bellagio
This buffet is reminiscent of a small village town, complete with lamp posts and is exactly what you’d expect from a world-class resort. The food is outstanding with a wide selection of seafood, meats, pasta and salads. All dishes were delicious during my visit and the wait staff was attentive and courteous.
5. The Village Seafood Buffet – Rio Hotel
With seafood dishes from around the world, The Village Seafood Buffet is a must for any seafood lover. I have never been disappointed while dining at this buffet. Favorites include the spicy prawns, steamed crab legs and the lobster mac and cheese.
6. Carnival World Buffet – Rio Hotel
The legendary Carnival World Buffet! With 300 selections to choose from you will never tire of the dining options. A favorite among locals, this elaborate buffet has its cuisine divided up among several different stations, making navigation more convenient. There is something for everyone to enjoy here. I always end my meal sampling a few of the wonderful gelato flavors.
7. Le Village Buffet – Paris Las Vegas
The charming décor of Le Village Buffet is that of a French village, with different serving stations utilizing themes that represent different provinces in France. The sweet and savory made-to-order crepes are the main attraction here. I could dine on crepes alone and escape in the delightful atmosphere.
8. The Feast Buffet – Red Rock Casino & Resort
Spacious, modern and a favorite among locals, The Feast Buffet is located west of the Las Vegas Strip and you will need a car to get there. I like taking the drive out to this buffet because I can get away from the hustle and bustle of the strip and relax at my favorite locals casino and enjoy the fine buffet. Less expensive than the buffets you’ll find on the strip but the quality is top notch. If you want a change of scenery, a trip to Red Rock is highly recommended.
9. Bayside Buffet – Mandalay Bay
Somewhat underrated, the Bayside Buffet offers sweeping views of a tropical water garden with an exotic island atmosphere. The food selection is nice and I especially enjoyed the spacious seating and the selection of fresh fruit. A buffet that feels more like a restaurant.
10. The Buffet at Aria
The Buffet at Aria features a warm, modern, sleek appearance. With 11 varied food stations it’s another “something for everyone” type of experience. The standout for me was the live Tandoori cooking station offering Tandoori chicken and lamb and also the Baked Potato Bar - a pleasant surprise. I also opted for the bottomless premium beer (Sangria or wine is also available).
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