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Bellagio Hotel
3600 Las Vegas Blvd. South (at Flamingo Rd.) Las Vegas


5,000 people or more eat here daily, piling their plates with everything from boiled shrimp and smoked salmon, to good thin crusted pizzas out of a wood burning oven, Asian stir-fry and, we're happy to report, fresh-baked breads and irresistible desserts. The Friday and Saturday dinner buffets are promoted as gourmet; the lavish weekend Champagne brunches are presented from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Golden Nugget
129 E. Fremont St. (Casino Center Dr.)
Las Vegas

(Attractively presented creative cuisine, but also among the most beautiful buffet rooms in the valley)

The Golden Nugget, this is among the best buffets you'll find anywhere in town. Exquisitely decorated, the room features brass-framed etched glass booth dividers and food-station hoods, plus urns, statuary, beveled mirrors and gorgeous chandeliers. Soup, salads including Caesar and Greek, sushi and peel-and-eat shrimp are just the beginning. Exhibition entrée station is backed by a colorful mural, pasta and carved to order turkey, roast beef and ham, plus imaginative creations such as Peking chicken, poached grouper, broiled rib-eye with Burgundy mushroom sauce and pork chops with garlic and rosemary are turned out with a flair. The signature bread pudding in an oversized copper chafing dish and the chocolate mousse cake are longtime favorites at the expansive dessert station, where the carrot cake, vanilla pudding and banana cake are also outstanding.

Wynn Las Vegas
3131 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas
(All day and evening, Steve Wynn’s buffet lives up to expectations in every way)

With exquisite cuisine offered all day and evening at 17 action stations, diners have an extensive array of choices. Seating in the elegant smoke-free complex is divided into several very comfortable rooms with tile, marble or carpeted floors. Even the large disposable napkins, more like linen than paper, are first-class. The sushi and smoked salmon station is popular. Tamarind-glazed salmon with rice pilaf is a favorite at The Grill. At the American station, jumbo grilled asparagus and pesto mashed potatoes are winners. We love the steamed black mussels and Atlantic salmon at the seafood station, together with the crispy focaccia and lotsa pasta at the Italian counter. King crab legs, rack of lamb and the carving station are dinner favorites. Outstanding baba au rhum and carrot cake with pecans are among gourmet-style desserts, complemented by ice cream with traditional toppings.

Carnival World Buffet
Rio All-Suite Hotel
3700 W. Flamingo Rd. (at Valley View Blvd.)
Las Vegas

Wander around this gracious, spacious and delicious buffet and indulge at areas specializing in pasta and pizza, Chinese cuisine, Japanese fare including sushi, Mexican specialties, seafood such as crab legs and smoked salmon, and carved-to-order barbecue ribs, roasts and steaks. The colorful American station offers an array of tasty breads from the Rio bakery, a variety of salads and much more. There's a Mongolian-style teppanyaki grill with food flamed to-order, and a bar with a plethora of libations. The buffet's spring 2004, $9 million renovation features a contemporary, upscale design with dramatic lighting, granite, marble and glass. The room's shining centerpiece is the extraordinary dessert station, offering more than 70 varieties of pies, cakes and pastries, plus cr갥s Suzette and bananas Foster.

Cravings, The Ultimate Buffet Dining Experience
The Mirage
3400 S. Las Vegas Blvd. (Spring Mountain Rd.)
Las Vegas

Described as The Ultimate Buffet Dining Experience, Cravings offers bountiful displays of attractively presented fare in a spacious setting where a colorful striped carpet, gleaming brass, copper, stainless steel and marble lend a cheerful ambience. Expect slight variations of the daily offerings. At the Raw Bar are mounds of shrimp, crab legs and ceviche, plus platters of smoked salmon. The adjacent Fishmonger's shrimp bisque is sublime. Delicious seafood entree include mussels in wine, cioppino, steamed catfish with tomato butter and sea bass with spinach. The Barbecue features tasty ribs, corn muffins and baked sweet potatoes; Rotisserie choices include bacon-wrapped pork loin and Caesar salad. Among popular specialties from the Latin kitchen are chicken enchiladas, sausage with sweet peppers, fajitas, Spanish rice and plantains; served at the Italian station are antipasto salad, minestrone, pizzas, baked ziti and chicken Marsala. At the carving station, chefs slice prime rib and turkey to-order. At Noodles, we like the dim sum and sushi; try the Chinese station's appealing egg drop soup, kimchi and Mongolian beef. Among irresistible desserts are bread pudding, cobblers, pies, cakes, cookies and gelato flavors such as bananas Foster and tropical fruit.

Treasure Island
3300 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Spring Mountain Rd.)
Las Vegas

Treasure Island's makeover of its buffet restaurant has transformed it into a very modern experience, with some throwbacks to bygone days. Gleaming stainless steel abounds in six live-action stations designed to resemble a street of shops. Salads are attractively displayed on a chilled marble table, with imaginative combinations made to order. We like the watercress with smoked turkey, blue cheese, grapes, walnuts and champagne dressing. The Pasta Station's tagliatelle with wild mushrooms, roasted chicken and thyme is a winner, as are the seafood medley and the Mediterranean pizzas. The Asian sushi and lo mein are delicious; so are the savory brisket and pork turned out in the barbecue's wood-burning oven. For dinner, an enthusiastic server rolls a chili cart with two chili choices that change weekly. Many of the desserts are prepared in an old-fashioned pie oven and displayed on an iron baker's rack. Complementing the dinner fare is a coffee machine where diners may serve themselves cappuccino, café latte, espresso and much more.

Fantasy Market Buffet
Palms Casino Resort
4321 W. Flamingo Rd.

(at Arville Street)
Las Vegas

Colorful flags hang from the ceiling in this spacious buffet, each one with the name of the serving station it fronts. National and international specialties run the gamut of almost every cuisine, every ethnicity. All the traditional buffet items are offered along with some surprises such as an exotic Hawaiian manapua or soy poke (fish). The Fresh Market area mirrors a farmer's market where, for starters, we fill a plate with Caesar salad surrounded by tastings of marinated red and yellow bell peppers; and artichoke, asparagus and pasta salads. From the Asian station, we like the sweet-and-sour soup, egg rolls and kung pao chicken. Pastas and pizzas are signatures of the Italian station. From the BBQ Grill, we love the platter-sized beef ribs which we pair with rice pilaf, and the pork chops. Dinner guests always devour the shellfish. At the Mediterranean station there is hummus, kibbeh and tabbouleh, with Jewish kugel, knishes and bagels nearby. Turkey is carved to order for lunch, prime rib is featured for dinner. Most holidays are honored with appropriate specialties. The array of tempting desserts includes tiramisu, bread-and-butter pudding, cookies, cakes and pies.

Feast Around The World Buffet
Green Valley Ranch
2300 Paseo Verde Pkwy. (Green Valley Pkwy.)

With an entrance that features water walls and Chihuly-style blown glass, ceiling murals and hand-painted ceiling beams, this palatial buffet emporium not only is probably the most beautiful one in the valley, but also displays exquisite food to match. Designed to accommodate every taste and dietary need, it even includes a low-carb menu. At live-action cooking stations, chefs prepare such imaginative fare as tortellini with chicken and broccoli in garlic butter, plus pizzas at the Tuscan Trattoria, and saffron rice pilaf and honey-poppyseed carrots to accompany fried catfish and brisket at Americana. At the Dynasty Grill, diners select vegetables that chefs cook on the Mongolian grill; the best bok choy we've ever had is prepared here. The colorful Farmers Market offers appealing breads, salads, fruits and vegetables. The Mexico International Market turns out traditional south-of-the-border specialties. Most of the stations present delicious soups that reflect their cuisine. Mounds of shrimp and crab legs are among dinner favorites. Sweet Dreams are favorites all day and evening---we like the peach pie, eight ice cream flavors including Reese's peanut butter cup and banana fudge, and array of tarts and cookies.

Le Village Buffet
Paris Las Vegas
3655 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Flamingo Rd.)
Las Vegas

Divided into five French regions, this dazzling all-you-can-eat restaurant features classic French food and seasonal specialties under a faux sky in a village-like setting. Signature dishes such as rock crab salad, Camembert cheese, and lamb prepared to order. Creamed spinach and scallops with roasted forest mushrooms are typical of Normandy with its blue-patterned tiles. Coq au vin represents Burgundy, while breads, pastas and sautéed sea bass with artichoke crust typify Provence, duck braised with Riesling might represent Alsace. The centerpiece of the village, a charming little house with picture windows, displays the lavish desserts. Diet tomorrow.


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Sunday, August 22, 2021

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