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Best Buffets in Las Vegas

Updated on February 28, 2012

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 Finding buffets in Las Vegas is very easy as there are hundreds of hotels, restaurants and casinos offering buffet specials and choosing a good buffet that gives the best value for your money is tricky. Las Vegas is known for its international cuisine and fine food from all over the world. Enjoy your stay in Las Vegas and do not forget to taste one or more of these best buffets in Las Vegas to treat yourself and your family.

Buffets in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Buffet pic
Las Vegas Buffet pic

Bellagio - The Buffet

 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.

Bellagio buffet entrance
Bellagio buffet entrance

Paris - Le Village Buffet

 Another one of the best buffets in Las Vegas in the Paris Casino called the  "Le Village Buffet". This extraordinary dining experience takes buffet dining to a higher echelon by featuring live-action stations, the freshest ingredients and food cooked to order in a remarkable French village settings. Meals are prepared as they are ordered to ensure the quality and freshness of each selection. In Brittany, you'll find such things as made-to-order crepes, surprisingly good roasted duck with green peppercorn and peaches, and steamed mussels with butter and shallots. In Normandy, there's quiche and some dry bay scallops with honey cider. A large selection of pastries, pies and an assortment of sugar-free delicacies are offered from the buffet's dessert station.

Le Village Buffet Prices: $15 for breakfast; $18 for lunch buffet and $25 for dinner buffet.

seafood buffet in vegas
seafood buffet in vegas

Rio - Village Seafood Buffet

 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 only all-seafood, all-the-time, all-you-can-eat experience in Las Vegas features lobster, snow crab legs, shrimp, fresh shucked oysters, sushi and much more.  And of course, all the traditional accompaniments and desserts that make a seafood dinner complete. 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  price is $38 for adults and $24 for children.

Mirage - Cravings buffet

 Mirage - Cravings, best buffets in Las Vegas, offes the ultimate dining experience in Las Vegas without doubt. Nothing says Vegas excess like endless mounds of shrimp and prime rib. The Mirage's buffet is one of the higher priced buffets in Las Vegas, but also one of the most reliable in terms of food quality. The ubiquitous carving station is complimented by a fajita station, an Asian station, and a pasta station. The pasta station features made-to-order sauces, starting with either a cream or tomato base. Celebrate the art of eating in a visually appetizing scene designed by Adam Tihany and experience eleven cooking stations, a street of restaurants and an array of tempting elements.
Mirage Cravings Buffet Prices: $14 for breakfast, $18 for lunch and $25 for dinner buffets.

Rio - Carnival world Buffet

 Rio also offers another best buffet in Las Vegas which makes it into the list of top buffets in Las Vegas and is called Rio's Carnival World Buffet. The buffet looks like an upscale food court, with stir-fries, Mexican taco fixings and accompaniments, Chinese fare, a Japanese sushi bar and teppanyaki grill, a Brazilian mixed grill, Italian pasta and antipasto, and fish-and-chips. There's even a diner setup for hot dogs, burgers, fries, and milkshakes. From pizza to omelets, sushi to teppan yaki, fresh carved meats to Asian barbecue, the Carnival World Buffet offers numerous distinct dining experiences from around the world featuring live-action cooking right before your eyes guaranteeing freshness and top quality.

Carnival buffet prices:

Breakfast $15
Lunch $17
Dinner $24
Saturday & Sunday Champagne Brunch $24

What is your favorite buffet in Las Vegas?

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      Rich 6 years ago

      Ate at the Rio Buffet 2 weeks ago. About 90 minutes after I ate dinner, I got violently sick with food poisoning. We were in a show, and I had to run out to the bathroom. Missed over half of the show, while I felt very weak, terrible sweats, and diarrhea for 45 minutes. DO NOT EAT AT THE RIO...!!!

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      ken 7 years ago

      The Grand Buffet at MGM was pretty good as well. I'd definitely go back there. One that should also be mentioned as a DO NOT VISIT is the one at Treasure Island. For a $22 dinner, I can say that it was absolutely the WORST buffet I have ever had the misfortune of dining at. Golden Corral is infinitely better than the one at TI. The food was not fresh and there was a horrible selection.

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      Mike Lickteig 8 years ago from Lawrence KS USA

      There is a Sunday-only buffet in Balley's that deserves mention--it is Balley's Sterling Brunch buffet. Although quite pricey for a buffet, you are served unlimited champaigne, and the fare includes stuffed lobster, sushi, cavier, rack of lamb, filet mignon and much more. I am a fan of most of the buffets you mentioned, and some are among my absolute favorites, but if a once-a-week buffet qualifies for your list, the Sterling Brunch Buffet at Balley's should be included.

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      travelerhubs 8 years ago from USA


      Thanks for stopping by. Hoping to hear from you once you are back from vegas.

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      tito19692006 8 years ago from Lynwood

      keep on posting

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      tito19692006 8 years ago from Lynwood

      Thanks for the info i will be flying to Las Vegas next week looking forward to let you know which of these are the best buffets

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      Dolores Monet 8 years ago from East Coast, United States

      Great info on the buffets. I went to Las Vegas in the 90's. Back then, the place was known for it's cheap eats. Oh, but you mentioned the good ones. hmmm