Best Seafood Buffets in Las Vegas

Best Seafood buffets in Las Vegas can be found easily even though it is not a coastal city thanks to numerous establishments offering the best to their customers and to keep an edge in competition. Las Vegas has so much to offer to entertain tourists and visitors in all aspects. There are so many buffets to choose from but not all buffets have seafood items in their selection. Hope you find this short list of Best Seafood Buffets in Las Vegas helpful when you want to treat yourself or your family with a delicious seafood buffet. Good luck for your trip to Las Vegas and hope you win some money while you are there. Enjoy one of these seafood buffets and do not forget to write a review on one of buffets when you get back in the comments section given below.

Best Seafood Buffets in Las Vegas


Best seafood buffet in Las Vegas

Seafood extravaganza
Seafood extravaganza

Rio Village Seafood Buffet

 Undoubtedly the best seafood buffet in Las Vegas is the Village Seafood Buffet at the Rio Casino and Hotel. In addition to the Rio Carnival Buffet, Rio offers the seafood buffet that is primarily aimed at seafood lovers. One of the expensive and best buffets in Las Vegas is a must experience especially if you are a seafood fan is the Village Seafood buffet offered at Rio. The seafood buffet in Las Vegas features lobster, snow crab legs, shrimp, fresh shucked oysters, sushi and much more. Rio's nautical-theme buffet, complete with American, Mexican, Italian, and Chinese serving stations is just deliiiicious. At the American station, seafood salads, snow-crab legs, oysters on the half shell, shrimp, seafood gumbo, grilled salmon, broiled swordfish, oysters Rockefeller, poached roughy, steamed clams, and lobster tails are just mind boggling. Mesmerizing collection of lobster,mmmm, crab and sushi are also incorporated into the buffet selection.

Rio Village Seafood buffet prices are $38 for adults and $24 for children.

seafood buffet pic
seafood buffet pic

Bellagio - The Buffet

Bellagio has the best buffet in Vegas but it isn't strickly seafood, although they do have a lot of seafood there. The Buffet at Bellagio offers many live-action cooking stations and the level of food quality and presentation is just exraordinary in Las Vegas making it number one in my list of best buffets in Las Vegas. The best of Italian, Japanese, Chinese, seafood and American cuisines are available for guests and diners to choose from and while you are there enjoy an exquisite champagne brunch on the weekend.
Bellagio buffet price: $18 for lunch buffet, $26 for dinner buffet, $34 for gourmet dinner buffet on Friday and Saturday.

Todai Sushi and Seafood buffet

 Todai Sushi & Seafood Buffet is a Japanese style all-you-can-eat buffet to suit any appetite. It is the most impressive buffet with locations in California, Oregon, Hawaii, Texas, and Washington. Todai Sushi & Seafood Buffet offers an endless display of more than 40 kinds of sushi, a hand roll corner, an Udon corner, 15 kinds of salads, a fruit bar and 20 kinds of dessert. An upscale “all you care to eat” seafood and sushi restaurant, Todai offers an assortment of quality food and services at an affordable price. Todai restaurants are family oriented and offer a wide selection of food to appeal to a range of tasters that are considered Asian Fusion Entrees. In addition to a wide assortment of cold dishes including sushi (maki, nigiri, gunkan), Todai also features signatures dishes that are served year round, from snow crab legs to green mussels to cocktail shrimps.

Harrahs Flavors Buffet

 
Flavors is a great place to satisfy any appetite and features continuous live cooking stations, freshly prepared seafood, all-you-can-eat crab legs and fresh cut Prime Rib, an array of delectable side dishes, traditional comfort foods and a variety of pastries prepared to perfection making it one of the best seafood buffets in Las Vegas. Flavors, The Buffet represents cuisines from around the world, including Churrasco (Brazilian BBQ), sumptuous pizzas and Italian casseroles prepared in a wood burning oven, fire-roasted rotisserie chicken, piping hot steamed crab legs and tasty Asian selections such as hand rolled-sushi, Maki Rolls and homemade wonton soup as well as traditional Southwestern dishes. Flavors is one of the most diverse buffets on the Las Vegas Strip.

Flamingo - Paradise Garden Buffet

Scrumptious salad and fresh fruit bar along with mounds of shrimp on ice, Alaskan crab legs and seafood salads makes it another one in the list of top seafood buffets on the Las Vegas Strip. The all new buffet includes prime rib of beef, carved fresh turkey, steamed mussels and little neck clams with saffron cream sauce,  and roasted leg of lamb. And if you're looking for something sweet, we offer a dessert bar that includes an ice cream sundae station along with freshly baked pies, cakes, puddings and pastries.

Green Valley Ranch Feast Buffet

 Indulge your taste for specialties from around the globe at the Feast Buffet. It's the original concept that changed the All-You-Can-Eat Buffet into an All-You-Can-Eat Extravaganza of culinary delights. Featuring six live-action cooking stations and serving Italian, American, Mongolian, Chinese and International specialties prepared right before your eyes. Includes all you can eat Crab legs.

Terribles Seafood Extravaganza
Only on Thursdays from 4 to 9 pm. Snap and eat Crab legs, half shelled mussels, Smoked whitefish and Salmon, etc. Baked Salmon, Fried Cod, Fried Shrimp, Seafood Pealla, Black Mussels, Fried Clams, Shrimp fried rice, Swordfish, Mussel Black bean sauce, Scallops, and much more... for only $16.

Special mentions on best seafood in Las Vegas:

Bartolotta

Joe's Stone Crab

Louis's Las Vegas

RM Seafood

SeaBlue

What is your favorite seafood buffet in Las Vegas?

  • Rio - Village
  • Bellagio
  • Terribles
  • Harrahs
  • Todai
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Helen Cater 7 years ago from UK

This is fab the buffets are the best.I love Vegas and have created a hub for saving some money. I could talk about it all day long.Fab hub.


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Mike Lickteig 7 years ago from Lawrence KS USA

Like Helen Cater, I am a big fan of Las Vegas and could eat there 365 days a year (if I could afford it). I could also talk about it all day long, as well. Thanks for the info and the memories!


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MrSpock 6 years ago

Who would want to gamble when you can eat ALL day!


TheDisneyVacation 6 years ago

Terribles Seafood Extravaganza, great value for money! I would surely plan to go on Vegas on a Thursday! Love seafood!


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ggerner 6 years ago

That food extravaganza is making me salivate. I love seafood, and buffets are dangerous for me. Too bad not all things that happen in Vegas stay in Vegas. :)


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lasvegasattorney 6 years ago

I have to agree that the RIO is the best Seafood Buffet in Vegas. Also, for those in Summerlin, the Rampart has a good Buffet.


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lisa42 5 years ago from Sacramento

I'm planning another Vegas trip soon and will definitely keep this in mind. I love seafood!


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crystolite 5 years ago from Houston TX

Am actually salivating here.Thanks for this wonderful article with colorful pics which looks attractive.


johnny from boston 5 years ago

the best buffet in las vegas is at the aria best king crab


yogi 4 years ago

stayed at the rio in sept. had the best seafood buffet ive seen n ate ,gained about ten pounds but loved every minute of it .i will be there this feb., watch out, here i come again


Karen Klatt 3 years ago

The "M" has an awesome buffet. Lots of seafood & many other things to choose from. I particularily thought that they had the best dessert buffet I have ever seen.

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