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Spice Market Buffet

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by 2bnVegas, Aug 26, 2012.

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  1. 2bnVegas

    2bnVegas Newbie

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    How is the Spice Market Buffet. Is there any way to find 2 for 1 coupons for it?
     
  2. tonysoprano24

    tonysoprano24 Low-Roller

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    never tried it but heard its really good there are usually $5 off coupons floating around
     
  3. dewey089

    dewey089 Guru of Value

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    Print the $5 off coupon before you go.
    http://www.destinationcoupons.com/Nevada/Las_Vegas/las-vegas-restaurants.asp
    If I remember right, it can be used with points as well to pay off the rest of the cost. Going for the lunch times will save you money as well but give yourself some lead time on that because when the lines are long, you might wait right into the suppertime prices.
    My favorite is the lamb in the Asian section on skewers.
    I also like the tempura shrimp.

    I'm not hard to please. I like this buffet because for the price I get a bit of upscale eating as compared to say the Gold Coast/Orleans buffets. Bellagio, Cravings, and Paris are usually rated a bit higher than Spice Market by others. I think of it as a frugal upscale place.
     
  4. Tubbs

    Tubbs High-Roller

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    Good value with the $5 coupon. We usually have breakfast there once or twice a trip. Not the same selection of fresh fruit as Bellagio/Wynn but the rest is good. Nice varied selection for dinner.

    We are vegetarian so cannot comment on the meat/fish selections! We rate it above Paris for breakfast and dinner.
     
  5. ogksteve

    ogksteve Tourist

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    We usually make it there once or twice each trip. I'm a big fan of their breakfast.
     
  6. CinnamintStick

    CinnamintStick High-Roller

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    I had breakfast two weeks ago. I thought it was Yuck! Pancakes were cold. Huge servings of food sitting out. I thought it was stupid that they had hundreds of smoothies sitting in cups. Why not make them as needed instead of a whole weeks worth.

    Its been years since I had dinner there but my memory was it was much better at dinner than the horrible breakfast I had. I thought anyone could do breakfast.

    Of the CET breakfast that I had I liked World Buffet at Rio and Paris would be my second choice. Spice Market was a failure to me.
     
  7. AOchoa95

    AOchoa95 Low-Roller

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    Great place to eat, always stop here for lunch or dinner. Went in May with my boy. We bought the buffet of buffets and it was worth it. Kobe beef was great. Stop here again when we come back.
     
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    Agree with Dewey - the tempura shrimp is really good. We were there last week and love that they have the split crab legs - very easy to eat without working too hard. They had their honey pecan crusted chicken which to me is worth the trip. :) They also had a lobster pasta (which I hadn't seen before) that was yummy but very rich. Don't forget to try the bread pudding...couldn't go without having some of that for dessert. I'm ready to go back NOW!
    If you are staying at a CET hotel - you may get a $5 off coupon good for up to 4 people when you check in. If not, yes print off the coupon online to be sure. Hope you have a Plat or Diamond CET TR card to avoid those long-long lines. May want to plan on going at a off time if not.
     
  9. socalvegasfan

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    I think it is one of the better CET buffets. If one of the people in your group is diamond, you sit in the diamond section and they bring the steamed crab legs to your table. We always thought it was worth it alone just for the crab legs that they brought to our table. Enjoy and Cheers!
     
  10. brownies95

    brownies95 Low-Roller

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    :thumbsup::thumbsup:

    If you check in at PHo on Foursquare you can get a $5 coupon. All you have to do is go to the Total rewards desk and show them the check-in on your phone.

    Tim:peace:
     
  11. K-9treatbaker

    K-9treatbaker Low-Roller

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    Thank you so much dewey089 for the link to the coupon for the Spice market Buffet.

    Now, I know we will definitely try it out. Probably for lunch.

    K-9treatbaker
     
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