The best Buffets in Vegas


If you’re looking for variety and quality food in the Sin city, here are the buffets you should visit.

Wicked Spoon (The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas) – This buffet at the Wicked Spoon is served in mini pots, ramekins and take out boxes. The buffet includes steaks, squid salad paired with a variety of cult wines.

Bacchanal (Caesars Palace) – The Bacchanal offers a variety of delicacies from oysters, curries, pizza and chinese. The buffet’s dessert counter is a destination of its own which include souffles made to order.

The Buffet (Bellagio)- The Buffet offers a variety of sushi, caviar and salads for the healthy eater. If you prefer to eat at the bar, this is also possible as ample bar seating is available.

The Buffet (Wynn) – If you are a vegetarian or vegan, this buffet is not one that should be missed. The buffet also offers Alaskan Opilio crab legs and wagyu beef lasagna for the meat eaters.

Fountains Brunch (Jasmine, Bellagio) – The Hong Kong inspired space offers a pan asian brunch of dim sums and sushi.

Aria Buffet – The newly renovated space offers a variety of indian dishes like oven made naan breads, carved meats, cheeses and dessert. For gluten free eaters, Aria offers a range of gluten free options.

Garden Court Buffet (Main Street Station) – If you’re on a budget and looking for a good buffet meal, Garden Court Buffet is an excellent option. This buffet offers many hawaiian favourites like oxtail soup and Lau-Lau.

For a peaceful buffet experience opt to visit at off peak times, either at the start or at the end of the buffet.