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Four Seasons Weekend Brunch Buffet

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by -(J)-, Dec 7, 2013.

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  1. -(J)-

    -(J)- Low-Roller

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    ..Just wondering if anyone has done the brunch buffet @ Four Seasons?
    I was reading the buffet is only offered on the weekends until 1pm.

    I'm curious.. is this a pretty standard brunch buffet? Hows the selection? Anything interesting..?

    Long line or easy to get in?
    Any idea what the cost is?
    I don't see much info on their site or MB site.
     
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    We haven't eaten at the buffet, but if the quality is anything like the items from their regular menu, it would be very good.
     
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    We've done it before, it's like $40 a person or something. I believe.. it's standard stuff, I think they do homemade donuts or something?

    That's a nice restaurant though, kinda hidden way. Versus you'd wait like an hour to eat at Raffles, and you can walk right in here, and the atmosphere is really nice! I've never been in the Four Seasons when it was remotely busy at all... It's a pricey breakfast no matter what you get though. I think bacon and eggs is like $25 lol. If you are ok with a pricey breakfast it's worth it.

    http://www.yelp.com/biz/verandah-las-vegas-2

    Lot of pictures and stuff on yelp.

    http://www.opentable.com/verandah-four-seasons-hotel-reservations-las-vegas?rid=4779&restref=4779
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    Thank you for the info!

    I am little confused about the "buffet menu"...
    This is like any other Vegas buffet.. right? Where you just pick and choose what you want and you put your own food on your plate.

    The buffet menu makes it seem like you are ordering your meal from a menu (which does not seem like much of a buffet to me) Am I missing something?
     
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    Yeah. Verandah. A regular buffet, small, low-key and classy. I have a problem with eating bacon and sausages whose texture I don't like (I usually only eat it if I cook it myself), and we're not morning people in Vegas. Otherwise, highly recommended.

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