Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by stelliebean, Mar 15, 2015.
Thinking of trying this buffet next month. Anyone ever eaten here? Reviews? Menu sounds good.
Haven't done their Buffet and didn't even know they had one but will say the food there is very good and a real nice slot to eat lunch outside.
We have the weekend brunch at least once every trip, don't forget to try the fresh donuts BTW. It is not cheap but honestly when you compare the quality of food, service and atmosphere the difference is well worth it IMO.
I don't see any pricing on their website, I guess it's a case of "If you have to ask, it's not for you" ? :evillaugh
In all seriousness, how much is it?
$39 for the weekend brunch, OK so it is twice as much as MBs but IMO worth it.
Ok that's not terrible, I've never tried anything at the four seasons, so this is as good an excuse as any
Even if you decide to not go with the buffet the ala carte menu is outstanding and they have one hell of a Bloody Mary bar as well.
I was looking at the Veranda for my June trip.
Where is it located? I vaguely remember seeing a sign for it in February, but didn't focus much. Is it near the front desk? Like say you are facing the front desk and at the far right end of it?
I have booked Border Grill brunch for the Saturday of our trip seriously considering doing this on the sunday!!
Saturday/Sunday brunch is outstanding. This is a higher level buffet than any of the MGM resorts.
Was there a year ago and easily a 10/10 experience. Looking forward to getting back there in a few more weeks..
A little sub question to this topic...
How (much) do you tip at this kind of buffet?
At a typical buffet (Aria, Bellagio, M.Bay etc..) we usually leave a $5 on the table for our waiter. It's much less than the 20% we would tip at a restaurant since wait staff hardly do anything for you at these buffets.
It's clear that the staff is much more attentive and involved at the Veranda buffet and therefore more entitled to a better tip. Would you recommend tipping around 20% even for the buffet?
20% is the appropriate tip. This isn't a Vegas style buffet. It's really just a small, well executed line of a few dishes. If you're expecting grand extravagance, you will be disappointed.
Excellent. Not morning people at the time we couldn't really enjoy it. Fresh Donuts and Peanut Butter Grinder. I wanted to like the bacon, but I have issues.
We were taking our time, and they did seem to push us to leave. Jasmin Quality, minus the bells and the Asian food.
We've done the Border Grille brunch last two visits to Vegas. Outstanding.
Separate names with a comma.