Food glorious food! Las Vegas buffet guide


When you picture Vegas in your mind, I’m sure the first thing that springs to mind is the air-conditioned sprawling casino which fills many a hotel ground floor! The next images will probably be neon lights, that famous sign, shows, helicopters, and serious nightlife. Another picture which should certainly be up there is food.


Vegas is world renowned for cuisine, and most of all its buffet option restaurants. Most large hotels have them, and this is a cheaper way to fill your boots and starve your hunger off for longer, giving you more time to gamble your dollars in the casino.


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Winning a small fortune has a tendency to affect the hunger levels, and those aforementioned buffet restaurants will more than fill your belly. There are plenty of them, but these six should certainly be tested.


Buffet at the Bellagio

Breakfast, dinner, and lunch awaits you, with prices ranging from $17.99 to £32.99, serving until 10pm, with champagne and gourmet dinners available at weekends. To avoid disappointment, make sure you book in advance, but you won’t go hungry here, with a choice of dishes from all over the world, including special pizzas from a wood fire, and plentiful seafood.


The buffet at The Aria

Friday and Saturday’s gourmet dinner option is certainly worth it for a splurge, at $39.99! Plentiful seafood awaits again, including steamed fresh crab legs for something a little different If oceanic foods don’t suit you then maybe rack of lamb, made to order pasta, pizza, or home made soup will do it for you, with a huge range of delicious deserts.


Rio’s Village seafood buffet

Obviously you need to be into your seafood to visit here, even though they do have a few choices that are non-seafood, including chicken and beef dishes. On the whole though, the nautical themed buffet is aimed at seafood fans, with oysters, shrimp, seafood gumbo, salmon, and lobster tails amongst a few of the dishes. The price is set at $44.99 per person, and runs until 10pm.


Sterling Brunch at Bally’s

This particular indulgent buffet is only available on Saturdays and Sundays until 2.30pm, however it’s a must do! Reservations are advised, and the price is set at $90. Breakfast and lunch options are plentiful, including ostrich tenderloin and lobster! At brunch you can even indulge in unlimited champagne for something seriously glittering.


Bacchanal Buffet, Caesar’s Palace

For an amazing feast with cuisine from every corner of the globe, this is a great choice. Prices range from $25.99 for breakfast, up to $50.99 for dinner on Friday and Saturday, however you can purchase an express pass to jump the queue a little, for an extra $15. Sushi, pizza, make your own salads, lasagne, fajitas, the list is endless!


Feeling hungry yet?