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July 28, 2005
They have a great variety of foods and a nice selection of salads. The best part is that they have prime rib, cold or steamed crab legs, mussels, and cold or hot shrimp. Also, we saw sushi. There was a great hot section, too, but the desserts were the best!
Overall, we enjoyed our meal, even though we had to loosen the belt notches a bit!
From journal Second Honeymoon in Las Vegas
by Ms. Steele
Larchmont, New York
November 2, 2004
From journal To the Desert We Go! At Least to The Cliffs at Peace Canyon
June 7, 2004
From journal Vegas, Baby, Vegas
by Amber Lee
April 8, 2003
Then of course the seafood (crab legs) for my husband. There's also TONS of desserts. The only complaint would be that the plates are located in one area by the salad bar, thus, we had to back track to get a new plate before heading to our next desired food.
From journal Infamous Las Vegas Strip
by Susan Data
February 23, 2003
From journal Las Vegas
Los Angeles, California
January 24, 2003
Food was average, as was the service. It was typical buffet far--roast beef, Jello, cakes, mayonnaise-y pasta/potato salads, fried chicken, etc.
We were there for lunch, so it may vary from dinner, but I doubt by much.
Well-placed slot machines near the buffet rang with winning pulls and made the customers itch to get out onto the casino floor.
If you're going to do a buffet while you're in Vegas, pass on this one and find another.
From journal Winter in Las Vegas
Buffalo Grove, Illinois
May 6, 2001
From journal Easter Weekend in Sin City
November 13, 2000
From journal Las Vegas, what a place