There's a world of taste to enjoy at the top 10 Las Vegas buffets. The city's top chefs have taken the traditional Vegas buffet and turned it into a passport to international cuisine. Sample Italian, Japanese, Asian, Mediterranean, Latin American and American fare along with several live-action cooking stations and a weekend champagne brunch.
At the top 10 Vegas buffets listed below, the selection is ample, and everything is delicious. Best of all, prices are downright reasonable. Where else but Las Vegas can you have prime rib at night and champagne in the morning for less than $40?
Here is a list of the top 10 Las Vegas buffets, listed (in no particular order), along with meal times and Las Vegas buffet prices. Please note that prices are subject to change.
Some buffets charge lower prices for children age 4 - 9 years old. Under age 4 eats FREE.
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Share your experience if you ate at these buffets
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May 22, 2013
Tony, Gotta agree, the Orleans buffet is pretty darn good. We stay across town, but go to the Orleans every time we are in town for the breakfast buffet and to catch a movie.
Mar 31, 2013
If you have tried the Cesar's Bacchannal buffet, you will not want to go anywhere else. There is such a huge variety and the food is so fresh and delicious. Bacchannal is rank 1 out of the top 10.
Feb 24, 2013
Loved the Wynn for lunch or dinner, The M resort Studio B buffet, Main Street Station for the dinner and also Wicked Spoon for dinner! All were great and will go back again!
Jan 18, 2013
For best food and value Main Street Station and The Orleans buffet's. No comparison.
Nov 14, 2012
Wynn (ok) Paris (ok) but I must say I do like the buffet at Main Street
Aug 18, 2012
M buffet ALL the WAY! The also fail to mention BEER and WINE included!!!
Aug 5, 2012
Bellagio was an amazing lunch buffet and although the choices at TI was limited it had a great southern bbq section worth the bill alone. Have to say the high price tag, spread out seating and poor selection made the wynn our only disappointment
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Jun 13, 2012
The M Resort's Studio B Buffet is the BEST BUFFET IN VEGAS TODAY. Back then the Rio was probably the best for a good 8 year run. But the M Resort is your best bet. If you love seafood. Go to the seafood brunch or dinner. We're talking cold or hot crab legs and shrimp. And did I mention, all you can ... read more »
May 3, 2012
I can't believe someone said stay away from the MGM buffet. I felt this one should be on the top 10 list. I'm going back to Vegas in June and definitely plan on hitting the Ballagio buffet.
Mar 22, 2012
I would add More the Buffet at the Luxor , they have an excellent champagne brunch. The Flamingo has a great dinner buffet. Both are moderately priced.Of the above mentioned I've had brunch at the Mirage which was great and I've had breakfast and dinner at The Carnival Buffet at the Rio which was go... read more »
Jan 31, 2012
Ate at the Mirage buffet on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. If you are expecting a breakfast buffet, eat somewhere else. The breakfast foods were very limited and the line for an omelet was too long to wait. Had thought I was going to a breakfast buffet but was not. Too expensive unless you want unusual sea ... read more »
Jan 8, 2012
My group of three adult males with harty cast iron stomachs ate breakfast at monte carlo buffett in Sept 2011. Neither of us had a full meal. It was Gross and they even found a way to fould bacon and eggs. Will never eat there again.
Dec 18, 2011
Do not go to Flavors buffet in hotel Harrah's. I'm surprised such bad one's exist in Vegas.
Dec 4, 2011
The buffet at Caesers (Lago) was terrible. It cost $30.95 plus tax and was a major diassapointment. Some decent meats, but the rest reminded me of Golden Corral.
Nov 3, 2011
Not sure how the top 10 list above is arranged - decending or ascending? I would pick Wynn as the best. Tried all the large resorts: Bellagio (it is ok), Paris (not too excited), Mirage (not too excited), Cosmopolitan (ok), Ti (nah - can skip), Rio (the worst! not worth your money!! I am still ama... read more »
Oct 17, 2011
Orleans has a really good buffet also and its alot cheaper than all.
Aug 2, 2011
I had the brunch back in July @ the Bellagio and it was really amazing. Heading back to Vegas this weekend and will go back there for sure.
Jul 25, 2011
Agreed about the Rio Carnival. Food was not worth the $30 admission. It was very plain and Mexico and America were the biggest parts of the "World" buffet. Ever think of putting some African dishes up? Maybe some South American dishes? Why of all the places is it Mexican, America, Asian, and Italian... read more »
Jul 12, 2011
Had lunch twice at the Paris Buffet: very good selection but not too crazy about the desserts
Jul 7, 2011
Hands down Bellagio is the best. Every time we eat at Rio Carnival, we leave disappointed and are now done eating there. Planet Hollywood is a good choice.
Jun 14, 2011
Bellagio is awesome! Going back in August and this will for sure be a stop on our list
May 28, 2011
The Rio Carnival World Buffet...should be off the list too...it was not that great. Was their in Oct 2010. I would not go back to that buffet for a long time.
Apr 8, 2011
took your recommendation on golden nugget buffet, but it was the WORST!!! should have been on the 10 WORST buffets in Las Vegas. the food was dried out, not fresh, did not taste good at all, and made me sick afterwards. there was very little selection. the carrot cake was hard. take this off your... read more »
Mar 23, 2011
Stay away from the MGM. The worst of all time and $32??????