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Excalibur, Luxor or Mirage buffet?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by 1LuckyMomma, Feb 28, 2013.

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  1. 1LuckyMomma

    1LuckyMomma Low-Roller

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    Which would you choose? I'm going in about a week and need to redeem myVegas points. Looking for cheap/good eats :)
     
  2. Busyman

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    I like Mirage better but Luxor/Excalibur has a Take 2 one-day buffet pass for $35.
     
  3. numeno

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    This isn't even a fair fight. Mirage by a mile.
     
  4. Candy Apple

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    Choose the Mirage.
     
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    You could have easily named this thread, "Herpes, Chlamydia, or Mirage buffet?"

    Seriously, pick The Mirage.
     
  6. dgr1973

    dgr1973 Low-Roller

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    Omg I literally lol'd at that!!! Gross!
     
  7. KBT2012

    KBT2012 High-Roller

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    Mirage is ok. The others are disgusting.

    To me mirage tastes a step below luby's or furr's to me.
     
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    I remember thinking that the Luxor one was okay, more or less; I'd still choose the Mirage buffet any day, but Luxor wasn't terrible. Whereas you couldn't pay me enough to eat at Excalibur.
     
  9. Busyman

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    I bet that's why they offer a day pass for both. Lol.
     
  10. 1LuckyMomma

    1LuckyMomma Low-Roller

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    LOL....that's why I love this board so much! Y'all are a wealth of information. Unfortunately, myVegas would only let me get 1 for Mirage. I'll have to go for something else. Trying to get Bellagio buffets but I have to reach the level for those first.
     
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    Luxors is not too bad but timing is important on how good you get to be honest, late in the shifts sucks but early it's a good deal for the price, breakfast is the best one there but they do have a really good fish taco station for lunch. I have never eaten at Mirages myself but friends who have eaten there told me it's "alright" nothing special but decent enough for the cost.
     
  12. Busyman

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    Mirage was okay but their bread pudding SUCKS!
     
  13. eksantirik

    eksantirik Low-Roller

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    Mirage is above average. It's good quality food for the most part, and nice/clean environment too. I haven't eaten at Luxor. And I almost choked to death eating at Excalibur buffet, it was a leathery piece of meat, which I couldn't chew, hence the choking.
     
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