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Compare Planet Hollywood Buffet to Cosmo

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by dianebec, Feb 11, 2015.

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  1. dianebec

    dianebec Tourist

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    We will be in Vegas in a few weeks. We have had the Planet Ho dinner buffet and enjoyed it. Never had Cosmo. The prices after coupons will be about the same. Which one would you recommend. thank you
     
  2. Funkhouser

    Funkhouser In Charge of the Big Door

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    No comparison. Wicked Spoon is definitely a notch above Spice Market Buffet at PHo. I noticed the quality going down so slightly here at spice market.
    If I wasn't a diamond member and get the perks of line cuts, etc. I would probably only eat at Aria Buffet or Wicked Spoon, they are the best in food / value. Bacchanal is good but still over priced, not to mention CET is selling line passes to use Diamond / Seven Stars to non tier guests. So you could still end up waiting.
     
  3. dianebec

    dianebec Tourist

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    Thank you Funkhouser. I think we will give it a try. We have a Myvegas comp for the Aria lunch, so I was glad to hear you liked it also.
     
  4. Piggylane

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    The variety and quality at Wicked Spoon make it my favorite. Single servings put off some people who are used to bellying up to feed troughs.

    I prefer the Aria lunch offerings over the dinner selections but definitely avoid the plates of oysters if available. They shuck them and leave them to dry out, which make them bitter. Terrible! Great prime rib, dim sum. Poor sushi.

    Spice Market is consistently good overall between lunch and dinner but since I don't gamble at CET casinos I don't eat there as often. It's the only CET buffet I will eat at because the Paris one was so awful the last couple times I ate at it and the Harrahs and Rio are one star in my opinion.

    I won't pay the price for the Bacchanal. Ever. I'm too cheap. Even though I'm on expenses. Maybe if it came with a massage after...
     
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