The Hunt for the Best Buffet in Las Vegas

Posted by Dodi On Monday, January 3, 2011 0 comments
Never mind the slot machines, the table games, the shows, clubs and magical lights - for many people, the highlight of a trip to Las Vegas is a dive into the city's legendary buffets.

Sin City is all about excess, and nowhere is that more apparent than the numerous buffets found in nearly all of casinos up and down the strip. From basic salad bars to exotic foreign cuisine, the buffets in Las Vegas offer something for everyone.

To help you in your culinary adventure, we're going to provide you with we feel is the best buffet in Las Vegas. It's not a scientific study, just our opinion of the tastiest dinner buffet option. Our choice is not the fanciest buffet, nor is it least expensive. It is however, an upper-end, satisfying smorgasbord of deliciousness at a reasonable price.

We believe the best buffet in town is the Buffet at the Bellagio Hotel and Casino.

The home of the dancing fountains will have your taste buds dancing in delight as you dive in to the numerous buffet stations that provide everything from all-American classics, to foreign favorites you've probably have never tried. And while most buffets have seafood stations, the Bellagio seems to kick things up a notch, with some of the most delicious shrimp and crab legs you'll find. Don't forget to save room for tasty desserts! Their selection of gelato (Italian ice cream) is becoming famous.

More of a morning person? You cannot go wrong by starting your day off at the Bellagio's breakfast buffet. The weekend breakfast brunch buffet runs $25 a person, or $30 if you want the all-you-can-drink champagne option. Yes, you could find a cheaper breakfast at some greasy spoon somewhere, but if you're going to be on vacation, live it up! Besides, a visit to the brunch buffet will knock back two meals: breakfast and lunch. And you'll leave with not only a full tummy, but marvelous memories of a magnificent meal.

The runner up in our search for the best buffet in Las Vegas is the Village Buffet, which is located inside the beautiful Paris Hotel and Casino, right across the strip from the Bellagio. This buffet is not quite as expensive at the Bellagio buffet, and offers customers a charming dinning experience, in that the dinning room is designed in an older French theme.

Rounding out our list of the top buffets includes restaurants like the Carnival buffet at the Rio hotel (slightly off of the strip, but close enough), the buffet at the Wynn, and the Spice Market Buffet inside the Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino.

No matter where you dine, you'll be sure to appreciate your trip to a Las Vegas buffet. After all, for most of us, it's the only place in Las Vegas where we leave with more than we started with.

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