Listen To Your Tummy: Best Vegas Buffets, Part I.


Posted: June 30, 2015

Updated: October 6, 2017

It’s time to eat again. Why not do it at the best buffets in Vegas?

• Turning gelato station
• Customizable food
• Gluten-free choices

What is better than a poker winner? A well-fed poker champ! If your stomach is rumbling from even the thought of a juicy burger, you came to the right place. We have compiled ten of the best buffets in Vegas that you can try out after a long session of mobile casino gambling. Whether you’re into red meat and coleslaw or have a raging sweet tooth, these places will cater to your every need. From Latin American dishes to Japanese and Chinese, you have all the time in the world to try, if you will, all of them. All you have to do is take a pick.

Bacchanal Buffet

Bacchanal Buffet Las Vegas

Bacchanal Buffet  (Photo: Frolic Hawaii)

Eat like a Casear at Caesars Palace. You can eat yourself into a coma with nine different types of meals: Japanese, Mexican, Chinese, American, Italian, pizza, seafood, deli and desserts. That ought to cover your every desire, right? Love BBQ ribs? This is the place for you to go! Even if you’re into nothing special, like mac’ n’ cheese, you’ll leave this place content and with a huge smile. There are some dishes that you can personalize, like sushi. You can also eat plenty if you are a vegan, vegetarian or on a gluten-free diet. In other words, they have everything that you can think of.

Studio B Buffet

Studio B Buffet Las Vegas

Studio B Buffet  (Photo: The M Resort)

Located at The M Resort, this buffet serves 200 different types of dishes each day. What’s more, you can check out the preparation process through more than a hundred TV screens dispersed around the dining area. This place will help you charge up your batteries quickly after you’ve spent hours in some of the best US poker rooms, that’s for sure. From fresh seafood to artisan bread, you won’t know what to taste next. When you’re finished with all things savory and have the desire for something sweet, you’ll be able to choose from home made ice cream, molten lava cakes, lemon meringue pies, crème brulée… I could keep on listing all of the dessert options till sundown. Best tip: TRY IT!

Carnival World Buffet

Carnival World Buffet Buffet Las Vegas

Carnival World Buffet  (Photo: Caesars)

This cruise ship-y setting in Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino offers guests willing to fill their bellies with dishes from every corner of the world with multiple options. Of course, needless to say, these options are delicious. You can even customize your meal at the teppanyaki station to fit your taste. Even if you’re vegetarian, you will find that this clever invention will keep you busy throughout the night. You’ll constantly be putting together new food combos in your head and rushing to the line to try it out. Since everything is made fresh here, you’ll be able to follow the procedure with your own eyes.


Cravings Buffet Buffet Las Vegas

Cravings Buffet  (Photo: Cuisine Queen)

With an absolutely awesome like this, this buffet in The Mirage is going to be one of your favorite spots to eat after doing some mobile betting. They have eleven food stations, featuring noodles, sushi, Italian, Chinese… and a separate station for all things barbecue! Are you craving some freshly baked pizza? Eat it here, straight out of the oven. If you want something very special, try the dishes from Latin America. They are guaranteed to make you want to book a room in The Mirage and eat at this buffet every day.

Aria Buffet

Aria Buffet Las Vegas

The Buffet at Aria  (Photo: Vital Vegas)

Of course, we know that Aria sets a high standard. Their buffet, on the other hand, is really not of this world. It is simply too good to be true. Gelato lovers will especially adore the station that turns around; it looks like a scrumptious Wheel of Fortune! Here, too, you will find a show kitchen, so you can check out how your cherished meals are made by the pro chefs. They are very great when it comes to Indian food. Their chicken masala is said to bring world peace and they actually have a tandoor oven.

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