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Aria breakfast buffet blah!

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by trellaine, Aug 31, 2013.

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  1. trellaine

    trellaine Low-Roller

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    I had a line pass a few days ago for the buffets at Aria. I decided on going for breakfast.

    Thought it was awful or just not very good. Cold food etc. I was quite dissappointed.

    What possesses people to wait an hour or so to go here for breaky? I couldn't believe the line up when I finished breakfast--maybe stayed 30 min.

    Cause breaky buffets are cheap?
     
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    What possesses people to wait an hour or so to go here for breaky?

    The people you seen waiting were most likely comped or don't care about the quality of the food, which in Vegas can be day to day. We ate at PH buffet for dinner 2 separate times in one week and one day the food was very good the next time was terrible.

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    I guess its pretty hard to keep food hot as well. And ya probably comp/credits like mine was.

    I even ate at the cafe vettro with credita and not very impressed. That was breaky as well. I think i must have had the worst waitress.

    The best buffet i can remember having over the years was Bacchanal. I cant remember if it was lunch or dinner. It seemed to work better as i think they served items in small plates? And probably turn around of food was quick as well.

    I only had the one buffet in 4 days lol.

    I will be back in Nov to try a different buffet.
     
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    Stayed at the Aria Aug 9 - 18th and have to admit several days out of my trip I got the Monorail over to the Bellagio for their Breakfast, far superior. :licklips:
    Did have breakfast at the Aria to compare or If I was a bit "tired" and couldn't be bothered with the trip to the B. Coffee was better at the Aria but that was about it. :confused2: Can only compare the breakfast though didn't have the Buffett for anything else anywhere else.
     
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    Thanks, maybe the Bellagio will be it in early Nov.
     
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    I've read that the wicked spoon at the Cosmo is supposed to be good but it was too pricey for me as at Mlife hotels my food was comped or Express comped :thumbsup:
     
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    Bad experience at the cosmo casino. I won't get into it but not giving them anymore business. Not that they care.

    But i did hear wicked spoon is good.
     
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