The Vegaster 7: Top 7 Buffet Restaurants in Vegas
The Buffet at the Wynn Casino: If you want buffet perfection this is as close as it gets. The array of choices is incredible and includes top of the food line options like Thai beef, Korean kimchi, beef brisket, and crab legs. You’ll even find some vegan options laid out if you are into that kind of thing.
Best Grub Pick: A crepe station is a buffet standard, and yet this one takes that concept to a whole new level. Fresh fruit, fresh crème and a choice of fillings that even a buffet buff will be amazed at.
Buffet at Bellagio: Another prime example of Vegas buffet mastery. The Bellagio Buffet covers the whole globe with Italian, Japanese, Chinese, and American cuisines. You’ll find your fair share of crab legs and shrimp cocktail, but also an amazing Kobe beef carving station.
Best Grub Pick: All you can eat drinks. That’s right, for just ten bucks you can down as many drafts, glasses of wine or bloody mary’s you can muster.
The Spice Market at Planet Hollywood: The food on this buffet really does come from all over the planet. You get strong culinary contenders from Mexico, Italy, Asia and the Middle East, along with your typical buffet fare. Wear your fat boy pants, ‘cause with this buffet, you won’t be able to stop yourself from stuffing yourself.
Best Grub Pick: Sushi. Sushi can be hard to pull off on a buffet, but Planet Hollywood does a great job of making it fresh and serving it that way.
Le Village at Paris Las Vegas: All you can eat French food. Well that’s a concept. At Le Village, all regions of France are captured in one place. While you are going to find the foods you expect here, you will also find French inspired dishes like alla puttanesca.
Best Grub Pick: French onion soup and the French bread station. Crispy baguettes, potato bread and Asiago cheese rolls that make you feel like you are in Provence.
Bacchanal Buffet Caesars: This is what an Ancient Roman feast used to look like. With food fit for the Gods, Caesar’s buffet is a sight for sore stomachs. Over 500 daily offerings, including red velvet pancakes, that are going to make it hard for you to find a place to start. You just may need your own chariot to get out of this buffet.
Best Grub Pick: The truffle scalloped potatoes. A simple side made into a dish fit for a king.
Studio B at The M Resort: The food is so good that even the locals love this buffet. Voted the best buffet in Vegas, Studio B certainly deserves that title The main attraction is by far the Crab legs, but they also have close to 200 other selections set out daily including a barbecue section for finger-licking good ribs.
Best Grub Pick: The buffet line tap featuring root beer, cider, Pabst Blue Ribbon and Warsteiner. It’s a wonder anyone ever leaves this place.
Cravings Buffet at the Mirage: Cravings lines its perimeter with 11 different food stations making it easy to zoom in on your favorites. You are going to find all of the major food ethnicities represented here, including a make your own taco station. What we really liked though was that no matter where we were, a chef was ready and waiting to give us a hand.
Best Grub Pick: The variety of fresh from the oven pizzas. This was an unusually delicious treat to find on a buffet.
The Vegas buffet has become such a cliché, that in many you can predict what will be offered before you grab your plate. These 7 stand out ‘cause they each manage to take that ordinary and turn it into extraordinary, and in a place where everything is served over the top.