Great buffet, but the quality lacks a
bit. Definitely get the Caesar's Palace/Harrahs buffet wristband. It's very worth it. 24 hour buffet pass, but too bad they close at 10pm :P
I would suggest getting it at like 1pm the first day, so you can fit in your lunch, then a dinner, and then a brunch the next day. $50 for the wristband... if not, you're paying at least $40 each buffet.
Lovin the Spice Market Buffet.
Finally tried the Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood last Wednesday night. We didn't have too long of a wait, probably because it was a weeknight. Excellent choice of food...plenty to choose from. The Middle Eastern station is a great feature--don't find that at any other buffets that I know of. The stuffed grape leaves were out of this world! Also think the deserts are fantastic--they even had cotton candy! All and all--a splurge--it's not cheap--but worth it!
Buffet master - something for everyone!.
I went to the breakfast buffet, so can give my 2 cents on that!
This is an excellent, up-scale buffet experience, and for hotel guests they provide $5 off per person; combine this with the fact that the breakfast is only $14.95 and it makes it an excellent deal! There is literally something for everyone; fruits and yoghurts, eggs and breakfast meats (sausages, bacon, patties, etc.), potatoes, smoothies and coffee, etc. etc. Vegetarians will also not be disappointed! Plus they have chefs on hand to fix things your way: the best is the crepe chef, who will whiz up your choice on the spot (including the rum and flambe in the pan in front of you!) and they certainly didn't disappoint! The service for drinks was also good too; our coffee mugs were filled regularly. I can also report that I didn't eat a thing for the rest of the day - proving a good breakfast!!
Variety is certainly the spice of life at this Planet Hollywood buffet.. In Short This all-you-can-eat buffet is the quintessential Las Vegas dining experience. Take a culinary world tour as you select your favorite dishes from stations serving up American, Asian, Mexican and Italian. The Spice Market's unique feature is its Middle Eastern station serving baba ghanouj, falafel, creamy hummus, along with heartier meat dishes. Seafood lovers will find pre-peeled cocktail shrimp, blackened snapper and hazelnut-crusted sea bass. Be sure to save room for the dessert table.