BEST BUFFETS LUNCH OR DINNER IN THE STRIP HOTELS?
I lived in Vegas for 10 years and left in 2001 and am bringing the family out for a visit. So many new hotels but I remember that the GOLDEN NUGGET had a great buffet. I'm sure they're many more by now. Whats cooking?
just came back from Vegas Vacation ..!
I'm a tough critic, and enjoyed The M Resort the best ...!
It's in Henderson, on LV Blvd, about 12 miles south of Mandalay Bay...
Their prime rib was the best Vegas buffet version , gr8 garlicy crust, nice & tender...
plenty of choices in both comfort foods, and gourmet foods....
I realized I'm not much help to the OP, who mentioned "Strip " buffets...
but, since you talked about the Golden Nugget buffet.....& it's been awhile since you been there, it's time to try it again, cuz it's been renovated/expanded ; it's upstairs now....
(sad to say, I did'nt try it this trip, but hopefully next time !!)
yes, the Wynn Buffet is one of those buffets, where you can try & get in for lunch, & stay thru the
"changeover" , .... (the dinner buffet starts at 330 pm there....)
But, It CAN backfire , if there is a long line to get in ... (try & plan accordingly, lol ..)
It's quite a big price difference, $24.00 for lunch, vs $35 for dinner ...
(and about 40 bucks for the "gourmet" weekend buffet )
pps I took this pic of prices on the way in for our Friday , March 4th Wynn dinner buffet...
figured it was a nice place to treat my Vegas buddy to, being he got us come hotel comps ...
those are my Aunts Lamb chops...
I enjoyed some real good chicken piccata with capers (to the right of my prime rib slices, it's hard to see)
While I liked the prime rib, my vote goes to The M Resort for best prime rib on buffet !!!
Creme brulee dessert very good; also nice crepes made to order on Wynn buffet !
:) monku !! :)
After eating at The M Resort buffet for the 1st time last week, I can see why it's so popular !
(we had to wait 45 min. to get in, on a weeknight)
gr8 combination of good comfort foods, as well as fancier foods...
and my fav. part was that excellent prime rib !
Heck, I wish I knew that wine & beer was complimentary...
and tnx to my fellow Chowhounders, now I know about their homemade root beer, as well!