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Luxor/Excalibur buffet deal...

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Vegabound, Jun 10, 2012.

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  1. Vegabound

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    Highly recommended this... for I believe $34.95 all day pass... after getting disappointing breakfasts that cost just as much... pretty good deal...on my list for next time
     
  2. Candy Apple

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    Wow! Where did you pay $35.00 for breakfast?

    $35.00 isn't bad if one of the meals is dinner....AND the food is good. (I don't hear too much good about these buffets) You're over paying if you only use it for breakfast and lunch.
     
  3. nitc

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    To me, it's not a good deal if the food is not good. That being said...I'm sorry, but to me this is not a good deal. The food at these buffets is, I think, passable at best. If I were to take advantage of such a deal, I'd rather spend a bit more for the CET deal.

    But that's just me...your opinion may vary, and that's fine.
     
  4. Daniel2011

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    I like to do the Buffet of Buffets just because its a pretty good deal all told. We usually start it at dinner time so we can get dinner, lunch or brunch, and then another dinner in. Really 2 dinners and a lunch for $45 isn't bad.
     
  5. Vegas Name Ron Mexico

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    I heard the Luxor buffet was pretty good. No?
     
  6. Auggie

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    "Is it good?" depends on what you are looking for in a buffet.

    Its not high quality fancy stuff like you get at Wynn or Bellagio... the food is good and all that, but I think the whole place is pretty average as far as selection and quality goes.

    So its a decent buffet, but to me its kind of like going to the buffet a block away from my house (though Luxor's does have nicer decor than the buffet down the street from me).
     
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    auggie said it best.

    Definitely edible but not exactly amazing.

    It may be worth a shot if low-quality food is not a problem. I ate at Excalibur buffet a few times; people say it sucks but it certainly is edible and filling. Unlike IP or Circus Circus, which probably will make you sick and certainly was inedible.
     
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    We had breakfast twice there last trip and it was pretty decent, not quite Mandalays but definitely good food, I cant say on lunch and dinner though.
     
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  9. Vegabound

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    I think it also depends on how long your in Vegas...and how much you want to spend on food daily.. we were there for 6 days... $34.95 to have at least what I would call 3 decent meals isn't all that bad.... I thought the food quality was ok. Better than we received at Rainforest cafe although the Sugar factory breakfast was quite good.
     
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