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Sterling Buffet at Planet Hollywood

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by mstefaniw, Jul 10, 2013.

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  1. mstefaniw

    mstefaniw Tourist

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    Any info on current prices at Sterling Buffet?
     
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    There is a Spice Market buffet at Planet Hollywood, but I'm unsure of the price: probably $25 - $40, depending on time of day.

    But you may be referring to the Sterling Brunch at Bally's Steakhouse on Sundays? That was $85 or $90 as of April. Sorry, can't remember the exact cost. That's the one with the unlimited champagne, caviar, etc.
     
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    I ate there Sunday June 30. It was 85 with Total Rewards Card. My son and I
    really enjoyed it and thought it was worth it; we didn't eat for the rest of the day. We had a great waiter that always kept our glasses full. It is at the Bally's Steakhouse, make a reservation.
     
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    I have been wanting to try the Sterling brunch, but it seems pretty expensive because I don't drink alcohol. If you remove the champagne from the equation, would you still consider the brunch worth $85?
     
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    If you have a big appetite it can be? The have roasted Lobster Tails, filet mignon, rack of lamb, caviar and very good sashimi. But if you eat bacon and waffles than it would not. We had excellent coffee with desserts. I am going to be 64 in a couple of weeks so I don't eat like I used to. I went with my youngest son to make sure one of us would get our money's worth. Our waiter was great, the first he said was "take your time". I had passed this up a couple of times because I didnot feel up to it. We had a 9:30 reservation so I had the whole day to work it off. If you go I hope you enjoy. :wave:
     
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