12 Best Buffets In Las Vegas You Need To Try

Best Buffets In Las Vegas

Las Vegas is one of the most popular places in the world for people to travel to. With over 50 million people visiting this city of Las Vegas each and every year, you just know there is something special about this place.

Now Vegas might be known for many things like gambling, entertaining shows, high end shopping and delicious restaurants. But they are also known for another thing, and that is buffets.

Vegas is like the buffet paradise of the world with each casino having their own type of buffet serving unique and interesting dishes. These buffets are some of the best buffets in Las Vegas or actually the world. You won’t find a buffet better than these outside of this city.

Almost anybody who visits Las Vegas will always try out the buffets at some point during their visit. And for good reason too, as it is such a great value for what you are getting.

The buffets in Vegas hold nothing back as they go all out serving some of the most expensive and intricate foods you’ll ever find in the world.

And no matter which buffet you decide to visit, you will definitely find something of value for you.

Which brings me to this post.

In this post, we want to highlight all the best buffets in Las Vegas that you need to try. We want to show you exactly how good these buffets are and that if you are ever in the area, you definitely need to visit.

So if you are ready, lets get started!

Best Buffets In Las Vegas

In no particular order, here are the best buffets in Las Vegas that you need to try.

Wicked Spoon

Wicked Spoon

The Wicked Spoon was a game changer when it first opened up in Las Vegas at the Cosmopolitan many years ago. Unlike the other buffets, Wicked Spoon was one of the first buffets in the city to specialize in serving food in small portions. Here you’ll find all the foods being served inside small plates or dishes for you to take. This way it can help prevent food waste which is a pretty smart idea. The buffet is divided into many different sections, which includes a salad area, meat carving station, seafood station, and areas dedicated to both Italian and Asian cuisines. They also have a really nice dessert area with gelato being one of my favorites to get. It is a pricey buffet but it is totally worth it knowing the types of food you’ll get here.

Price: Dinner -> $42.00 Brunch -> $28.00

Location: The Cosmopolitan Casino

The Buffet At Bellagio

The Buffet At Bellagio

The buffet at the Bellagio might just be Vegas’s most famous buffet. After all, it was literally “THE” buffet to visit before the Bacchanal Buffet came to be. This buffet literally defines exactly what a Vegas buffet should be like. With various stations all around serving different kinds of foods, and also all the crab legs you can ever ask for. This buffet is also divided into many sections where you can find a salad station, meat carving station, pizza station, bread station, pasta station, seafood station, raw seafood station, Asian and Italian station, and also a dessert station. You’ll literally feel like a kid in candy land with so many different choices to choose from. It is one of the pricier buffets on the strip, but just like most other buffets, it is totally worth the price.

Price: Breakfast -> $26.99 Lunch -> $30.99 Dinner -> $41.99 Weekend Brunch -> $36.99

Location: Bellagio Casino

Bacchanal Buffet

Bacchanal Buffet

Immediately after the Bacchanal was built, it has cemented itself as being one of the best buffets in the entire city of Las Vegas. Hardly any other buffet can compare to this when you see just how massive this buffet truly is. They literally serve everything here and they are all equally as good. People line up for hours on end each and every day just trying to get inside this buffet to eat all that they can. Here you can find many things like Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, and American comfort food favorites. They also have some daily chef’s specials which change each and every day so each time you come, you’ll be able to try something different. Plus they also have quite a bit of vegan and vegetarian options which aren’t that common of a thing in other buffets. Do know that this buffet is one of the pricier buffets on the strip and the price only increases even more especially during holidays.

Price: Breakfast -> $39.99 Brunch -> $44.99 Dinner -> $54.99

Location: Caesars Palace

Sterling Brunch

Sterling Brunch

Ah the Sterling Brunch. This buffet is the most expensive buffet in the city of Las Vegas coming in at the price of over $100 dollars per person($125 per person at the time of this writing). It is only available on Sundays for Brunch and they are constantly getting booked full. You’ll have to reserve your spot many months in advance if you want a shot at coming to this buffet for some food. But once you manage to get in, you’ll feel like you went to food heaven. Unlike the other buffets in Vegas, this buffet isn’t actually that big. They don’t serve many varieties of food, but what they do serve is some of the highest quality food items you can find. From all you can eat lobsters, king crab, steaks and more, you can easily eat your moneys worth here at this buffet. Plus they also provide all you can drink champagne and mimosas, which is a great deal. It is definitely a buffet I would suggest you should try at least once if you ever get the chance.

Price: Brunch -> $125.00

Location: Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel And Casino

Carnival World & Seafood Buffet

Carnival World & Seafood Buffet

Carnival World Buffet has always been near the top of the list when it comes to high quality buffets ever since they first opened. They even managed to reinvent themselves a few years ago to make things even better than ever by serving over 300 different items from all across the world for you to choose from. Here you’ll find regional cuisines separated by different stations and be able to choose from the likes of dim sum, tacos, pasta, seafood and more. They even have a made to order teppenyaki station which allows you to create your own kind of dish and assures you that your food is going to be fresh and delicious. It’s definitely a great place to visit if you are keen on trying as many different kinds of foods as you want.

Price: Dinner -> $34.99 Weekend Breakfast -> $29.99

Location: Rio Casino

The Buffet At Wynn

The Buffet At Wynn

If you’re wanting to have one of the most elegant dining experiences ever, then you need to make your way to the Wynn Buffet. This place is filled with bright and vibrant colors, marble floor accents, beautiful toplaries and colorful canopies all around the area. It features 15 live action cooking stations that offer a wide variety of hot and cold dishes. For instance, some of the foods you can find here are a salad bar, meat carving station, hot and cold seafood station, fresh pizza station, Asian and Italian station, as well as a dessert section that is unbeatable. They even have a huge chocolate fountain where you can use to cover any of your fruits or desserts in deliciously tasting chocolate. Overall this is a buffet where you can definitely feel at ease with a nice and warm atmosphere.

Price: Brunch -> $36.99 Dinner -> $59.99

Location: Wynn Casino

Feast Buffet

feast buffet

The Feast Buffet at Palace Station recently went under a renovation to make things more exciting for the guests. This 14,000 square foot buffet features a wide array of foods for you to choose from. For instance, they have a carving station, Asian, Italian and American Dishes, healthy dishes and even quite a few delicious desserts. Although you won’t find anything exotic or unique here at this buffet, what you will find is quality picked foods that is being offered at a great low price. It is one of the cheapest buffets you’ll find in the city of Vegas which will definitely bring a joy to your wallet.

Price: Breakfast -> $13.99 Brunch -> $15.99 Dinner -> $22.99

Location: Palace Station

Studio B Buffet

Studio B Buffet - buffets in Las Vegas

If you ever been around Vegas buffets before, you’ll know that most of the buffets tend to only attract tourists from out of town. Locals however have their own favorite place to visit and that place is called Studio B buffet at M resorts. This massive buffet boasts more than 300 dishes for you to choose from each and every day. You’ll be able to choose from the likes of sushi, wood-fired pizzas, build your own nachos, paella, barbecue ribs, prime rib and more. Plus during the the days of Friday, Saturday and Sunday, this buffet becomes a seafood buffet with a load of different seafood’s for you to try. So no matter what meal you decide to get, you will always have a very delightful experience.

Price: Multiple different prices depending on when you come.

Location: M Resort

Paris Le Village Buffet

Paris Le Village Buffet - buffets in Las Vegas

Inside the Paris Casino you will find a beautiful buffet called the Paris Le Village Buffet which actually looks like a charming French village. It is a traditional buffet with a French twist. Inside you can find all their food stations divided into themes of different provinces in France. You’ll be able to try foods like pizza, truffle macaroni and cheese, snow crab, croissants, macaroons and more. They even have a made to order crêpe station where you can get yourself a sweet or savory crêpe to eat. Plus the price point is really good as it is not too high yet not too cheap, so you’ll still have money left to go have fun in Vegas. So if you like to imagine yourself traveling around to France, then this is definitely the place for you to visit.

Price: Breakfast -> $23.99 Lunch -> $30.99 Dinner -> $34.99

Location: Paris Casino

Cravings

Cravings - buffets in Las Vegas

Cravings is a buffet located inside the Mirage Casino that has a modern, colorful aesthetic designed by Italian-trained architect Adam Tihany. They call themselves the “Ultimate” buffet as they don’t hold back on things with 11 different serving stations that serve foods based on many different regions and types. You can find things like sushi, barbecue, pizza, pasta, crab claws, shrimp and many other amazing things. And if alcohol is your thing, then you’ll be happy to know that they have a weekend Champagne Brunch Buffet where you can have all the unlimited bubbly you want. Plus for the price point of this buffet and what you are getting, it simply can’t be beat.

Price: Breakfast -> $19.99 Lunch -> $23.99 Dinner -> $32.99

Location: The Mirage

The Buffet At Aria

The Buffet At Aria - buffets in Las Vegas

The Aria Buffet has always been a fan favorite for its huge variety of foods for you to choose from. Here you can find foods from all over the world as the sections are split accordingly to different regions. So no matter where in the world you come from, you will always have something that is suited for you. Some of the things you can find are like dim sum, tikka masala, lasagna, curries, meat carving station and more. They also have a section dedicated to seafood where you can find king crab legs, oysters, shrimp, fish and more. Plus when you finish you can head on over to the dessert section for a wide array of desserts to choose from. Now the buffet at the Aria might not be the cheapest buffet around the city, but it does pride itself in quality so it is totally worth it.

Price: Breakfast -> $29.99 Lunch -> $29.99 Dinner -> $40.99 Brunch -> $35.99

Location: Aria Casino

A.Y.C.E Buffet

A.Y.C.E Buffet - buffets in Las Vegas

The buffet at the Palms has gone through a renovation and has since become known as the A.Y.C.E buffet. This buffet attracts a lot of people from all over for its delicious foods that is built around amazing wood-fired grills, rotisseries and smokers where you can eat basically anything you want. They have it all from healthy foods to even the diet killers and they all taste so amazing. It’s split into many sections where you can find all types of foods like Moroccan lamb, dim sum, bao buns, barbecue ribs, pizza, pasta, and anything else you can think off. Basically each of the sections are focused on fresh and innovative dishes that will bring a smile to your face. Plus the price is pretty cheap too for the quality they serve, so you can stuff yourself silly.

Price: Breakfast -> $15.99 Lunch -> $17.99 Dinner -> $24.99 Brunch -> $24.99

Location: Palms Casino Resort

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As you can see, there are a bunch of amazing buffets in the city of Vegas that you need to try. Almost all of which offer something unique and interesting you have never seen before.

So if you ever get a chance to visit Vegas, I would definitely suggest you to drop by one of these buffets as it will simply blow your mind away at how good these places really are.

So hopefully this list of the “Best Buffets In Las Vegas” was able to help you out in some sort of way.

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