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Las Vegas, Nevada
October 30, 2009
December 26, 2006
From journal Las Vegas in December
N, New York
November 7, 2005
We were in Vegas in November 2005, and stayed right across the street from the Mirage at the Venetian. We ate here for lunch - prices were $17.95 per person. Lower than some buffets on the Strip for lunch. Cravings is the name of this buffet, and it is beautiful inside. Nice booths, the chairs unfortunately are overly hard. The selection was pretty large, with ethnically based stations. Everything was ok, but nothing was really great. It was kind of like they put tons of effort into choices, and skimped on the actual food. The gelato was really good, and available lunch and dinners. All the other food was bland. You really ended up not eating as much as you expect to in a buffet. You spend more time hunting for something that is really good, but keep finding "uhhh it's ok" kind of food. Another reason you have to hunt for the food is because it is soooo spaciously laid out. It does not allow you to remember where everything is, because it is such a long way to get to everything. If you want a good selection, and really well thought out recipes, go to Aladdin's Spice Market Buffet. Aladdin's is more expensive, more choices, and better food. I guess sometimes it pays to pay :).
From journal Las Vegas: Details you may not have heard
Somerset, New Jersey, Afghanistan
April 30, 2005
From journal And You Thought Vegas Was Just For Gamblers?
April 1, 2005
The prices were raised for the holiday weekend, the lines were slow, and it took awhile to be seated. Not as festive in decor as some of the theme hotels. I would not go out of my way to eat here, but is handy if you are in the hotel.
From journal Not so hoppy Easter in Vegas
Laguna Hills, California
March 19, 2005
From journal Romance in Las Vegas
leicester, United Kingdom
April 26, 2004
We were offered a choice of juice to start and a bottomless coffee pot (I chose decaffeinated). The breakfast menu was very enticing. I decided to have an omelet. I asked how many eggs were in it, thinking it would be three, but was told probably about seven or eight! I was asked to choose four fillings from a list and had ham, cheese, tomatoes, and mushrooms. My husband had the crispy smoked bacon and scrambled eggs and both our meals came with little fried potatoes. Also accompanying the meal was hot buttered toast, both white and brown, and a selection of jams. We were really stuffed and couldn't really look at food for the rest of the day.
We had a game of keno while at the table and the relaxed atmosphere was one we thoroughly enjoyed.
From journal Getting Rich in Vegas
Saint Clair Shores, Michigan
January 31, 2004
From journal Week in Las Vegas