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Nov 24, 2009 08:06 PM

Sunday Brunch at Verandah Four Seasons LV

I've read that Sunday brunch at Verandah is excellent. How does it compare to the Sterling Brunch at Bally's? Is the Verandah a buffet brunch or order from the menu brunch? Any info would help us make a decision for our Sunday morning meal. THANKS!

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  1. Verandah is great. Buffet and menu are available. Fresh cooked donuts with multiple toppings greet you as you enter. The buffet is always fresh and has a broad range of food to satisfy anyone. Its not as large as a mega hotel buffet but 50 times better. The menu has some great dishes too. Its my favorite place for breakfast in vegas.

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    1. re: ssh

      Does this brunch include chamagne? If so, do you know how much extra and what kind they serve? I usually go to Bally's Sterling Brunch, but I just heard they are now serving Mumm instead of Perier Jouet.

      1. re: cyncyn129

        I've had the Sunday Brunch at 4 seasons in Austin. it was @$50 but includes champagne, sea bass, caviar and really good desserts.

        How much is the Sunday brunch at Verandah - would prefer to go there than normal casino Sunday Brunch. Thanks.

        1. re: caitlink

          Compared to other buffets, it is tiny but I find the quality superior. That being said, it's a buffet and quality is ALWAYS compromised. It also does not have the type of specialty items like you mentioned. I would do as A5 suggests and order off the menu. One tip, if you do go and order the eggs benedict have them make it on traditional english muffin. In the past they have tried, unsuccessfully IMO, to tweak it by serving atop a polenta disc. Get the Huevos Rancheros!

        2. re: cyncyn129

          Ballys has gone back to serving PJ. Price is now $90. $85 with a players card.

          I love the rack of lamb at ballys.

      2. I would stay away from the buffet. Order something off the menu because after all it is still a buffet. I was basically eating the fresh made mini donuts the entire time and paid $45 for the buffet. Don't get me wrong, there was nothing wrong with it but it was just way overpriced for what you get. Unless you want to eat ten pounds of food, I would opt for the menu items.

        I prefer Mozen, Tower Suite Cafe, Bouchon, and Payard for brunch over Verandah. If atmosphere is your thing, Verandah would be the best option as the outdoor seating is wonderful.