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Planet Hollywood / What meal is best?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by RenoRed, Jul 21, 2013.

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  1. RenoRed

    RenoRed Newbie

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    Hi Everyone, I see that Groupon has a half off coupon for this buffett. Have not eatean there in a long time ......which meal do you think is the best to go for? Any recommendations?
     
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    The biggest selection is for dinner. You can get hot or cold crab legs and several seafood options along with the usual meats. Prime rib is usually on the carving station. When we were last there (March) they also had ham and turkey breast (this was sooo good -very juicy) On the dessert bar, avoid the dry cupcakes and stick with a cobbler, cake, pie or bread pudding.
     
  3. TequilaCat

    TequilaCat Tourist

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    We really enjoy having lunch there. Breakfast is good also, but there are cheaper places to get a decent breakfast. I haven't eaten dinner there since it was the Aladdin probably, so that info would be seriously out of date ;)
     
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    We've only done lunch there. We enjoyed it enough that we would return. Wasn't thrilled with desserts, though my sister enjoyed the cotton candy they had at the time.
     
  5. Julie888

    Julie888 High-Roller

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    I enjoyed the dinner. Good selection. As said, avoid the dry cupcakes. Choke.
     
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    Not really - other than moving the entrance and putting in new carpet, it's not changed very much since the Aladdin days.
     
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