3400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.121682 -115.175721
Skip this one – No pros. Lots of cons.
Went for breackfast. Should have went to Danny's instead. I am somewhat of picky eater, but I ussualy can fill up a plate at any buffet, specially in Vegas. Well not here. I tryed an egg benedict, because it was the only thing worth trying and it was so overcooked I had to litterally put an effort in to cutting it.
Although if you are looking for some good pastries they has a few choises. Didn't try it but they smelled good - my idea of breackfast is egg potatoes and some kind of really well cooked meat...not here.
Fantastic hotel ... WORST BUFFET ! – We were there on Super Bowl Sunday (2009) and this was the first restaurant we visited on our trip. We were expecting a wonderful buffet (it was listed as one of the "best in Vegas" in our travel books). We were extremely disappointed! The food was lukewarm to cold, 85% of it was "dryed up", and a lot of the selections were not even available (needed to be filled up). Also, we were surprised at the lack of "taste" with this buffet. Both of us actually considered this buffet the worst eating experience we had during our Vegas trip. We are going back to Vegas in September, but we have already decided this restaurant doesn't even deserve a "second chance". On the other hand, we ABSOLUTELY LOVED THE MIRAGE HOTEL!!! We will be staying there again on our upcoming trip ... but unfortunately we will stay very, very far away from Cravings. Better food experiences in the Mirage can be found at either the "Carnegie Deli" (truly very yummy) or the "California Grill".
Would rather eat shoe leather – Ewww, this was a BIG disappointment starting with the horrible attitudes from the greeters and went down to the dried out food. We love our Vegas buffets, but we couldn't stomach this one.
Go for brunch – Best buffet in Vegas! All you can eat and all you can drink mimosas. Something on the buffet for EVERYONE, and a great value for the money. I always make a stop here when I'm in Vegas, and you should too.
save your money – this place has really changed since the last time i went back when it was first open. the food was average (same selections as most other buffets, quality was also average to other buffets). the atmosphere was open and airy- plenty of elbow room. the peeled shrimp cocktail was large, but flavorless. the sushi bar was very disappointing- only three kinds of sushi were offered. the dessert was underwhelming.
not very good!!! – i saw a ad for this place in one of the las vegas entertainment papers so i said why not try there sunday brunch, well i should have stuck with my favorites (zefferinos,sterling,paris)because this was just high school cafeteria food! not gross or rotton, but really bad canned veggies over prossessed meats . tasteless cheep desserts. one of the wort buffets i have been to!! just pass and go some place else.
My top pick in Vegas Buffets – Please go and check this place out. Their salads are amazing and their selection is broad. My absolute sure winner!
Colorful and playfully designed casino buffet offers hungry families options from 11 cooking stations stocked with international cuisines. – In Short
Bright red, orange and green striped carpeting is combined with red tables and a shiny metal ceiling to create an energetic dining area. Flat-screen televisions play cooking shows from around the world, while chefs prepare meals in front of you at each of the 11 stations arranged around the room's perimeter. Each station provides a sampling of international cuisine--ranging from a raw bar to dim sum, bruschetta bread to rotisserie chicken.
Among the best – I'm not necessarily proud of being a glutton but living in LA I tend to go to Vegas a lot with friends and relatives and have been to my share of buffets. In the past 2-3 years I've been to the buffets at the following casinos: Aladdin, MGM Grand, Mirage, TI, Monte Carlo, Bally's and Paris. Of these, I'd have to rate the Mirage Buffet, with Paris, as being notably better than the rest. If you like Asian food best I would recommend Mirage above Paris although otherwise Paris is probably superior. But you can't go wrong either way, that's for sure. The sushi sucks as one might expect, but everything else was very good. The prime rib and crab were actually decent quality and not just junk trotted out to say it's there. I wholeheartedly recommend the Mirage buffet.
Cravings and Satisfaction – It's impossible to leave here hungry. The food is superb for a buffet. It is all freshly cooked and makes you forget it's been on a steam table! Each station has the kitchen behind it so it is being freshly filled constantly. The service is friendly and fast. Enjoyed lunch and breakfast here and can only imagine that dinner is as good!
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