Sin city, it’s a heavy word connoting what a city allows or caters to vices that are legalized but are anyway morally questioned. Of these cities, Las Vegas would first come to mind. Though eating is not necessarily a vice, gluttony is. Las Vegas offers buffets and there you can binge all you want while enjoying other things that the city offers while on a holiday; attractions, shopping, real games you play online, night-life and whatever things you can enjoy that I will not mention here.
After hours of shopping and sight seeing and perhaps shouting for almost winning that most coveted game, it is but natural to head to one of the restaurants around and indulge. Las Vegas Strip Buffets offer a wide-range of cuisines and would fit one’s budget, whether when you want to splurge or limit your expenses.
There are hundreds of restaurants around the Las Vegas Strip and most of them offers buffet dining or simply a la carte. Your stay won’t be enough to try all of them so before you go, scout reliable online review sites and compare prices and ratings from customers.
Tally down which restaurants offer your favorite cuisine. There’s Japanese, Korean, French, Italian, Greek and for sure Spanish, Mediterranean and whatever flavor you fancy. Make sure you get to list down which and where the restaurant is located to save you time from going about.
Bacchanal, Caesar’s Palace
Bacchanal offers global cuisines that every foodlover would enjoy. From various asian dishes, it would be hard to pick a favourite. You can go italian, american, and be satisfied all the way. If these dishes won’t make you crave, I don’t know what will:
- Truffle deviled eggs
- Lump crab avocado toast
- Red velvet pancakes
- Green applewood smoked wagyu
- Made-to-order dessert crepes
Excalibur: The Buffet
If you’re a sweet tooth like me, Dessert Buffets are for you, you’re sure to find macarons, sweet tarts, panna cotta and other never-before tasted sweets in one of the hundred dessert tables…there’s even ice cream tasting of the oddest flavor! Then, Excalibur: The Buffet is one for you to visit.
They also serve made-to-order omelet, There’s a peel-and-eat shrimp station, carving station with beef and turkey, crepe station, and yummy snow crab legs.
The Buffet at Bellagio
Considered to be a high-end among buffets, the Bellagio buffet offers local cuisine, Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, American dishes for diners. The prime rib and crabs seem to be the crowd favourite, but eel would be my pick. ^_^ Fresh pancakes, cakes and cookies, donuts and ice cream (see photo insert) are what you would enjoy most here.
Cravings at the Mirage
Diners love this buffet for the 11 cooking stations, including prime rib & seafood. To name a few of these stations: carving, salad, american, italian, and seafood. They also offer an an-all-you-can-drink upgrade.
The Buffet at the Luxor
What’s not to love? There’s a 30-foot salad bar at the Luxor buffet. A carving station for meatlovers, and a variety of other American staples. The homemade pizza station, omelet station are crowd-pleasers. The Asian and Latin inspired cuisines fare well too. On the weekend, there’s peel and eat shrimp and what everyone looks forward to: sushi.
photo credits: hubby, respective owners