Everyone knows that Las Vegas is home to some of the best (and worst) buffets in the world. Lets take a trip down the strip and check out the best buffets Vegas has to offer.
Wicked Spoon Buffet @ The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
An elegant and luxuriously decorated restaurant, Wicked Spoon is my ultimate favourite whilst in Vegas. Items are served in reasonable portion sizes with many options coming individual metal saucepans or mini plates. Try food from across the world at the best quality you will find on the strip. A highlight for me has to be the impressive dessert section with an ice cream bar, mini bakery area and some incredible cakes and chocolate delights.
Weekday dinners cost $38 whilst weekend dinner and weekend brunch costs $41 per person. Daily brunch will only cost you $25.
Creative Travel Rating: 10/10 (A fantastic selection of dishes at a reasonable price).
The Buffet @ Wynn Las Vegas
Fitting with the perfection of the hotel, this buffets offers incredible decor and immaculately presented food which just so happens to taste delicious as well. The elaborately decorated and edible dessert cases are a showcase of this buffet whilst the food itself offers similar dishes to other buffets as well as the unusual dish you may have never tried or heard of.
Breakfast is available for $20.99, lunch costs $25.99 whilst dinner is $38.99 Sunday through Thursday and $39.99 Friday and Saturday.
Creative Travel Rating: 8/10 (A great value buffet with a good variety of dishes).
Cravings @ The Mirage
With 11 food stations with some amazing food, Cravings is another top choice of mine. The Asian food dishes taste authentic and all food is made with top quality ingredients. Unlike most other buffets, the Italian section offers more than just pizza; with some near perfect ravioli and pasta choices.
Breakfast is available at $15.99, midweek brunch is served Monday through Friday at $20.99 whilst dinner is priced. At $25.99, a weekend Champagne brunch is offered Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
Creative Travel Rating: 9/10 (Fantastic dishes from around the world at amazing prices).
Bacchanal Buffet @ Caesars Palace
With a Japanese design, this restaurant offers a sophisticated take on all you can eat buffets. There are some great cooked to order choices as well as nine different kitchens offering food from around the world. Try the house-smoked brisket and BBQ ribs. There are also an array of options for vegetarians and vegans.
Breakfast cost $30.99, weekend brunch costs $49.99, lunch costs $38.99 and dinner costs $57.99.
Creative Travel Rating: 6/10 (Amazing food but a bit pricey compared to other buffets of a similar standard).
The Buffet @ Bellagio
In keeping with the Italian themed hotel, the decor reflects an Italian village town complete with detailed art work. The Buffet is known for its unusual salads and variety of seafood as well as some unique desserts. The food options aren’t as expansive as other buffets nor is the seating area; meaning the buffet can get busy in the evenings. However the salad bar is a great choice for those healthy eaters our there.
Breakfast costs $21.99, lunch costs $25.99 and dinner costs $36.99. Weekend Brunch costs $31.99 whilst the Unlimited Champagne Brunch costs just $44.98!
Creative Travel Rating: 7/10 (Dishes aren’t as varied but the quality of food is great and the prices help!).
Studio B Buffet @ The M Resort
Softly lit, the Studio B Buffet offers a relaxed experience with an expansive collection of food offered, often prepared in front of you. The Japanese and Thai section are particularly delicious made even better by the all-you-can-drink wines and beers. Calum particularly enjoyed the build-your-own nachos.
Lunch starts at $16.99 whilst dinner starts at $24.99. The popular Prime Rib Brunch costs $24.99 and the amazing Seafood Buffet runs on Fridays from 2:30pm – 8:30pm and costs $39.99 as well as Saturday & Sundays, 11am – 8:30pm costing $39.99.
Creative Travel Rating: 9/10 (I can’t say no to seafood and this place offers an amazing selection!).
The Village Seafood Buffet @ Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino
A less popular choice on the strip because of its location, however this the only buffet that offers an intensive amount and variety of seafood from all over the world.
Prices vary depending on the time of week and year but on average, breakfast costs $16.99, lunch starts at $25 and dinner starts at $33. The Seafood Dinner is $48 and Seafood Brunch is $32.
Creative Travel Rating: 5/10 (There is some great seafood options at this buffet but apart from fish, there isn’t much variety on the menu).
Paris Le Village Buffet @ Paris Las Vegas
Of course this buffet is decorated like a French Village with various food stations themed around different provinces of France. Here you will eat your traditional buffet food with a french twist, my favourite being the made-to-order crepe station. The restaurant area is a little smaller than others meaning it can get chaotic during dinner periods and personally I find that the food is hit or miss, some dishes can be delicious whilst others a bit bland.
Breakfast starts at $21.99 whilst brunch costs $29.99. Lunch starts at $23.99 and dinner starts at $29.99.
Creative Travel Rating: 6/10 (A simple but varied selection in a buffet that is great for families).
Sterling Brunch @ Bally’s
Each Sunday the Sterling becomes a Sunday Brunch spectacular; known for its ostrich Tenderloin, Maine Lobster, Roasted crab legs, Caviar and Champagne.
This popular buffet is a pricey one, starting at $75+.
So that is a round up of the popular buffets in Vegas – all worth a visit in their own right! Not sure which hotel to stay in? Read our best hotels of Las Vegas blog here.