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Bellagio Buffet

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by mikeyvegas1, Feb 15, 2015.

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  1. mikeyvegas1

    mikeyvegas1 Low-Roller

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    My used my loyalty for the Dinner Bellagio Buffet for 2. I have only had some lower end buffets before like Luxor, Excallibur, and Monte Carlo. Just looking at the difference in loyalty cost I am expecting a pretty good meal. Has anyone ate here, what do they have?
     
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  2. TimWhalen

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    Went there for lunch but was there around the change over. For dinner I noticed them bring out crab legs, a lot of different sausages and I believe a prime rib. For lunch they had flank steak, sliders, a lot of different pastas etc. Very little info but it was fantastic.
     
  3. USCHawks

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    They have many different meats available at the carving station. If I recall there was steak, turkey, sausage and a few others that I didn't have. They had both snow and king crab, sushi, cold cuts, cheeses and a bunch of other standard fare that you would find at a buffet (soups, salads, potatoes, macaroni, etc.).
     
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    on Friday nights. they have rack of lamb, beef wellington, prime rib, some kobi beef roast, smoked salmon, along with some very exotic choices like scrob, and goose breast. This is in addition to the other posters info. Its my favorite
     
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    SDSteve Low-Roller

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    You won't be disappointed. This is one of the top (3) buffets in Vegas. As stated above, the carving station is always good, rack of lamb, various game meats, I've had wild boar, elk, etc. it just depends on the night. Good seafood items too! Enjoy.
     
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    I ate lunch there last summer.

    I am no food snob by any stretch, more of a downtown guy but used myvegas for the meal.

    it was very good. not great, decent food though. Did not much care for the japanese stuff but the buffalo was awesome, ate a few portions of that.

    on the down side it was crazy crowded, they seemed used to the crowds but it just seemed like it was sort of cattle cally with the crowds.

    there is a choke point where you pay so it really makes the line longer then it needs to be. way slower too.

    If the line is out to the casino, you will be there for about 45 minutes at least so plan ahead.

    they have a bathroom inside which i thought was good.

    i would not have paid for it to be hinest or if i had it would be just ok at the price. a 2 for 1 maybe but no way full pop.

    i thought Mandalay Bay was better. Not as crowded, very nice people. free beer and wine and the food was lots better. much more relaxing.
     
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    FYI - Both times I've eaten there with a MyVegas reward (1 breakfast, 1 dinner) they have made sure to tell me to use the invited guests line or whatever it is called there so there's no need to wait in the normal line. The time I went for breakfast it was pointless, there was maybe 6 people in line, but when we went for dinner the line was out to the casino and we were seated within five minutes.
     
  8. Foos

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    I just ate there last Wednesday and the food was fantastic, heated King Crab, bloody Prime Rib, great Kobi Beef and quite good Smoked salmon. Everything I had was good. My friend said it was the best buffet he had ever been to.
    We went with a 2 for 1 from My Vegas and arrived at 3:55 Pm (Lunch prices with dinner items arriving at 4pm) about $13 each and worth Every Penny.
     
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    I've eaten there and it is second only to Wynn's buffet.
     
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    Not a bad buffet. Good selection of food.
    We went for lunch and they were cooking fresh sliders right in front of you.
    When I saw the guy cooking them I decided to be the first in line and wait.
    He wanted me to leave and kept telling me they aren't really yet, but I told him I have not place to go.
    It was worth the wait. Fresh and hot food. You usually don't get that combination at a buffet.
     
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    Went there for lunch on 03/02, it was fantastic. I'd score it 9/10

    Price (Lunch) $24.99
    Fav- marinated steak, 4 pasta options, Asian rice

    My only disappointment would be the deserts. The variety is there, and I actually prefer the small portions but overall pretty weak.
     
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