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one more crab leg post!

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Popuptrio, Jan 31, 2013.

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  1. Popuptrio

    Popuptrio Tourist

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    Going the first of March..staying at Rio..looking for good buffet with crab legs:licklips:...not an $80 per person ...$30-40 ok..planning on the one at our hotel unless someone suggests better..knowing how things change, looking for current info...what was good last year may not be now..we will have the casino guide coupons and may also do the buffet of buffets since we will be there for a week.
     
  2. rooster42000

    rooster42000 Low-Roller

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    Go to Caesars Bachanal Buffet its great its the best buffet in vegas.
     
  3. crussader

    crussader Low-Roller

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    Harrah's has big pans of crab legs and they keep them coming, so you never have to wait.

    The only issue is I think they go a bit heavy on the MSG.
     
  4. Bondy3

    Bondy3 Low-Roller

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    Ceasars is the best crab leg buffet is vegas, (alaska king crab)

    the 2nd best is the Wynn (half the price of ceasars but they dont have king, they have snow)

    when I was at ceasars I ate nothing but crab legs and I ate them until I wanted to pass out, it was bliss
     
  5. Emeraldcity

    Emeraldcity Low-Roller

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    Bellagio. Crab legs come out at 4:00 pm ;)
     
  6. chef

    chef Resident Buffetologist

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    If you want crab legs, stay away from the RIO regular buffet. Its small crab legs are served cold and are quite salty. The RIO seafood buffet had larger legs that are served warm, but that particular buffet is overpriced.
    Harrahs used to have a solid product, but they no longer heat them. It was a big disappointment after being used to warm legs.
    My runaway choices for best legs on a buffet are Wynn (king crabs that they will grill) and Bellagio (decent size snow legs they will steam on request).
    Have yet to try CP, but do not dispute what others have said about them. Any of those three will suffice.
     
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