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Best Breakfast Buffets in Vegas?

yorxshrrose Oct 25, 2009 08:26 PM

I heard the Sterling Buffet at Bally's is pretty awesome?? Anybody been recently. Planning a trip mid December, haven't been to Vegas in over 15 years. Would like any feed back available.

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    eastcoastgirl_28 RE: yorxshrrose Oct 25, 2009 08:35 PM

    My husband and I were just there, stayed at Treasure Island and were pleasently surprised by their breakfast buffet. It was only around $16 and had a plentify showing. Their made to order eggs (we both got scrambles) were great and my favorite were the freshly made mini donuts!

    1. geekyfoodie RE: yorxshrrose Oct 25, 2009 11:49 PM

      Vegas isn't in California. You should have this thread moved to the Southwest board.

      I haven't been to Bally's buffet, but my top three for breakfast are Bellagio (splurge, but worth it), Spice Market at Planet Hollywood (it might be more expensive than I remember, but it was very good), and Luxor's Pharoah's Pheast (not too expensive and the food is well done).

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        AguasFrescas RE: geekyfoodie Oct 26, 2009 12:00 PM

        I liked Spice Market better than Bellagio but both were over $20. The food seemed more fresh.

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        jdiddy RE: yorxshrrose Nov 4, 2009 11:16 AM

        I haven't been to Bellagiio but Wynn and Paris are my favorite breakfast buffets.

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          RoyOfTheRovers RE: jdiddy Sep 1, 2010 05:45 AM

          Personally I prefer the Paris buffet over both Bellagio & The Wynn on a meal-by-meal experience. I've also been to the Studio B buffet down at the M Resort and I can see why it has so many devotees.

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            ellenost RE: RoyOfTheRovers Sep 1, 2010 11:43 AM

            Bellagio breakfast buffet is much better than Paris breakfast buffet. I had such high hopes for Paris, but it was sadly mediocre (not even decent French food).

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              RoyOfTheRovers RE: ellenost Sep 3, 2010 03:11 AM

              As I responed to you in another thread & as I wrote above: I'm doing this on a meal-by-meal basis since I'm a local. If I was a visitor in the city where you live I could easily go to an excellent or highly-rated restaurant and have a "meh" or even a crap meal.

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                ellenost RE: RoyOfTheRovers Sep 3, 2010 06:27 AM

                Since I've gone to the Paris buffet twice (on two different visits), I can confirm they were not merely having an "off" day. You are absolutely right about coming to NYC, and going to a highly rated restaurant and having a "meh" or "crap meal". It happens all the time, and is reported on these boards. What I find more telling is if the OP writes that she has gone to the same restaurant more than once, and on both occasions, had a bad meal.

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