Las Vegas, Nevada is famous for a few reasons, gambling and drinking are probably the first things that come to mind. Vegas is also home to various eateries who offer more than just run of the mill fare.
Some of these great restaurants offer all you can eat specials and promotions that ensure you can fill your belly for a reasonable price, and save yourself some coin for the slot machines. Let’s take a look at some of the best all you can eat deals in Las Vegas.
1. The Feast Buffet at Red Rock Resort
This ample buffet offers a wide selection of dishes from around the world, including Italian, American and Asian, and costs much less than a typical Strip buffet. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, serving up such delectable dishes as sushi, pasta, fried chicken, seafood and more.
There’s also a Friday Night Surf and Turf special, with all you can eat prime rib, crab legs and shrimp for around $30. The soup, salad and dessert stations are equally huge as well, offering something delicious for every palate.
2. Taco Tuesdays at Borracha
Tuesday is the best day of the week. Why? Because at the popular Borracha Mexican Cantina, a Henderson Restaurant, you can get all you can enjoy endless tacos, tequila and margaritas for just $24.
Thats a low cost to partake in delicious carne asada, chicken and carnitas inside of warm corn or flour tortillas.
Wash it all down with a delicious lime infused margarita, and toast your friends with shots of your favorite tequila. Repeat after me: salt, tequila, lime. The proper convention makes a world of difference, but don’t overindulge, or you may find yourself praying for mercy.
3. Sushi and Korean BBQ at Biwon
At Biwon on San Bernardino, they are serving up all you can eat sushi, Korean BBQ and good times. You can get classic sushi favorites like the California and Philadelphia rolls, as well as some adventurous options you may not have tried before like seared beef tataki sashimi, and many other delicious preparations.
The expansive korean BBQ menu is a fresh and appetizing selection of some of the most delicious items in korean cuisine. We highly recommend the shumai, garlic butter squid, and the tender marinated pork spare ribs that are cooked to culinary perfection and fall off of the bone. If you’re a fan of delicious Korean BBQ and fresh sushi, Biwon is the place you wanna be.
There is one drawback however. Diners are allotted only 60 minutes for lunch and 90 minutes for dinner. This isn’t the most relaxed establishment, so if you’re looking to spend some time chatting after your meal, you might consider a different establishment.
4. The Buffet at Bellagio
At the world famous Bellagio Hotel, adventurous eaters can find an impressive variety of extravagant dishes for the sophisticated palate, including foie gras, buffalo, duck, quail and other exotic meats. They also offer a large sushi selection as well as a, selection of seafood that includes a divine lime-infused ceviche, mussels, prawn, and sometimes even shark.
The crab legs are by far the best on the Strip, and be sure get your fill of favorites like freshly baked breads and pesto mashed potatoes. You can also enjoy creative and delicious pizza, some even sprinkled with non-traditional toppings such as shrimp and crab.
This amazing buffet also offers a wide selection of scrumptious desserts and cocktails to appease your sweet tooth.
5. At the Monte Carlo
Although the Monte Carlo’s lunch and dinner buffets are pretty much standard buffet fare, it offers a luxurious breakfast buffet, as well as a Sunday champagne brunch that is one of the most delicious ways to cure your hangover.
Patrons can expect to find an attractive spread of scrambled eggs loaded with ham and cheese, fresh waffles, crepes, muffins and fresh bread. There is also a wide assortment of yogurt, cereals and breakfast meats like sausage and bacon, as well as fresh omelets, pancakes and other options from one of several live stations.
The crowning point that sets this brunch buffet apart from others are the king crab legs, a rather uncommon item to find at a brunch buffet. The bottomless champagne is a good “hair of the dog” if you’re still feeling a bit wonky from the overflow of the previous night.
Food for Thought
There are quite a few great all you can eat opportunities in Las vegas, and this list is just a few of our favorite places to stuff ourselves with delicious food in the city of lights.
What are your favorite dining establishments to visit while in vegas? What are your most favorite menu options? Leave us a comment with your recommendations in the section below. Bon Appetit.