There are plenty of great restaurants in Las Vegas to try out during your upcoming trip, but filling up at one of the many Las Vegas hotel buffets is worth at least one meal! Actually, you might as well count that meal as “two,” since we know you won’t be calling it quits after the first plate. It’s all about indulging yourself in Las Vegas Hotels so save the guilt for the plane ride home!
Las Vegas buffets are ideal for groups that can’t seem to agree on a cuisine for the night, or for families with picky eaters for children, or for visitors to Vegas looking to try out a variety of international dishes! Basically, there’s always a reason to go to a Las Vegas buffet. Here are our 3 favorite Las Vegas buffets and why you should check them out!
- Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace: New things are always fun! Maybe that’s part of the appeal with the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace: it opened less than 6 months ago. Already though, the buffet has proven that it is one of the top buffets in Las Vegas. Publications such as USA Today have praised Bacchanal for the high quality international dishes like crepes, tortillas, custom sushi cones and more. The pasta station at the Bacchanal Buffet Las Vegas is extensive and has enough pastas and sauces to make any Mario or Luigi say “a mama mia!” If you’re only going to stop at one Las Vegas buffet, make it the Bacchanal Buffet. Prices for this Las Vegas buffet range from $22.99 for weekday breakfast to $49.99 for a dinner on Friday or Saturday.
- Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan: If you aren’t a fan of buffets for their one-size-fits-all approach but are still interested in giving a Las Vegas buffet a chance, try Wicked Spoon. Chic presentation and quality food are what you’ll find at Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan, a more luxurious Las Vegas buffet option without the gross, cafeteria-like feel of some of the other Strip buffets. The omelette station at Wicked Spoon is worth checking out for breakfast or head in for dinner and enjoy a few plates of the always delicious Korean BBQ. Wicked Spoon’s orange-glow, upscale ambiance, with many dishes served individually, will have you thinking you’re at a sit-down restaurant as opposed to a Vegas buffet. And even better, you can enjoy all this for under $40 a person!
- The Buffet at Bellagio: The Bellagio is one of the classiest hotels on the Las Vegas Strip so it’s fitting that the hotel’s buffet is also one of the best in town and possibly most consistent. The Bellagio Buffet Las Vegas offers international dishes from Italy, Japan and China along with other traditional American and seafood options. Some of our regular favorites include the smoked salmon and spicy tuna rolls. As always, save room for dessert! This Las Vegas buffet doesn’t offer the largest selection of desserts but they are all very high quality… give the warm bread pudding a taste! The Buffet at Bellagio costs anywhere from $17.99 for breakfast to $37.99 for gourmet dinner, depending on when you eat.
Of course, these 3 buffets are not the only buffets in Las Vegas! There are many other buffets on and off the Las Vegas Strip and also downtown. When it comes to Las Vegas buffets, the best way to find a favorite is to try out as many as possible.