Did you know that the ideas of buffets originated to attract hungry gamblers into the casinos, and preferably keep them there once they were too stuffed to move? Well, I am no gambler but I simply love buffets. I’m totally sold on the idea that that I can eat all I want, as much as I want for a one-time charge which, in most cases, happens to be quite acceptable.
In Vegas the best buffets would usually charge you upwards of $25 per person or, on the higher side, even $40. But that would typically include exotic stuff like Kobe beef, lobster tails, and unlimited champagne. If you are in Vegas, check out these top buffets that offer great value for money, not to mention an amazing (slurp!) spread.
The Buffet at Bellagio
The buffet at Bellagio is opulent enough for you to feel dazzled and the food’s steep prices seem justified. The most discerning foodie will find something to their taste from all the goodies laid out in front of them. The popularity of this place is evident from the crowd breaking the doors to get in. Some of the dishes you must try here are crab omelets with real lump crab meat, Chilean sea bass, Kobe beef, sushi, smoked Scottish salmon, steamed clams, and the salad bar. Prices: Breakfast $15, champagne brunch $29, lunch $20, dinner $28–$36.
Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas
All the Francophiles of the world unite at Paris Las Vegas for the city’s unique take on the most popular cuisine on this planet. Again, the price is on the higher side but the food is absolutely amazing. The cooking stations have been designed and themed according to the popular regions of France, such as Normandy, Burgundy, Brittany, and Alsace. Popular dishes are Raclette and snow-crab clusters and, as is typical with French cuisine, there’s a lavish spread of cheeses. If you care for desserts, Brittany has some great crepes while the Le Flambé station serves bananas Foster to die for. Prices: Breakfast $14, champagne brunch $25, lunch $18, dinner $25.
Cravings at the Mirage
Cravings looks a little different from most other buffets you may have visited, or at least visualized, with its futuristic design, dramatic geometric patterns, back-lighted glass walls, and low-slung tables and chairs. From the looks of it, Cravings comes across as a modern cafeteria from the Simpsons era. However, the thirteen different cooking stations serving freshly prepared eats from various cuisines will have your taste buds activated in no time whatsoever. Whether your heart desires an all-American barbecue fare or Chinese entrées; whether you are craving for wood-fired pizza or Mexican dishes, or you are simply looking for some low cal Sushi, it is all here. Go binge! Prices: Breakfast $13, champagne brunch $22, lunch $18, dinner $24.
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