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Viva Las Vegas Buffets
Please correct me if I am wrong but aren't Las Vegas Buffets just the best in the world! Ok there are a few ones that are a bit how's your father (an Australian term for so so) but I am yet to go to a buffet that I havn't enjoyed. This is probably why I have a Vegas Buffet waist line.
Here I would like to share with you my top seven favourite buffets in Las Vegas.
1. La Village Buffet as Paris hotel.
I have to say that this buffet is total class, great service and the best French cuisine I have ever tasted. They also have a great seafood selection and as far as I know are the only buffet that serves Bananas Foster for dessert! With great atmosphere I give it a 10/10
2. Spice Market Buffet at Aladdin.
This buffet has a similar feel to the buffet at paris but more fake jewels on the walls ?. The food is great but I have to say the selection was not as exciting as at paris. However it really is great value and situated in the middle of some of the best shopping in Vegas, who can complain!
3 Todai Japanese Seafood Buffet at Aladdin.
If you love Japanese then this is the place for you. More sushi then you can poke a stick at! They seem to have the most fresh and best selection of sushi I have seen in a very long time. Other buffets really could afford to learn from this great place.
4.French Market Buffet at Orleans
I really liked this buffet. It was clean with a great selection of French foods on show. Judging by the size of some of the partrons of this place they could not either! If you are over that way and looking for a not too expensive lunch or dinner option then this is place for you.
5. Village Seafood Buffet as Rio
If you love seafood then you will be in heaven! Well worth the wait for the bus ride to Rio (you catch it a Bally's) the seafood here is the best in Vegas. The ironic thing is that I can't eat seafood, but I was taking my Mom out so I wanted to make sure she had a great night. Despite not being able to eat much of the buffet, I was still able to leave with a more then full feeling that left me more then satisfied. By the way Mom says the seafood was fantastic!
6. The Buffet at Bellagio at Bellagio
For a place that is as glitzy and showy as the Bellagio I have to say I was a little disappointed at the fare they presented. Don't get me wrong it was all very nice but perhaps just not at the level you would expect of such a "high roller" establishment. The day I was there they did have lovely duck and I had just lost $100 on blackjack so let's not mention that again?
7. Garden Court Buffet at Main Street Station.
Ok Ok I know that this place is off the beaten track but really it's worth the cab ride. This has to be the absolutely best priced, quality buffet in town. It's cheep and cheerful and boy the food and service was great. Sometimes it's nice to get off Las Vegas Blvd for a change after all, and you get to avoid all the snooty high rollers that wouldn't be seen dead here! Save your pennies for the craps table and still leave as full as an egg.
Well that's my top seven buffets. But before you run off don't forget to have a look for some of the discounts that are available with great coupons and clubs. These books are great, you get to rub shoulders with the stars and still have cab fare home!
Viva Las Vegas Buffets!
An avid traveler and buffet lover Dr George Forgan-Smith enjoys the odd Vegas Holiday.http://www.las-vegas-entertainment-and-shows.com/las-vegas-buffets.html
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