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by Michael Green
New York, New York
January 8, 2008
From journal Las Vegas: Whether Highs or Lows, Always Something
N, New York
November 8, 2005
We visited Vegas in November 2005. My husband in past years has spent a lot of time on the old strip, or Fremont Street as it is now called. He loves this hotel. I have to admit that I was much more attracted to the flash of the new Strip, but the service here was the best we had in Vegas.
We ate lunch here for $7.99 per person; breakfast is $5.99 and dinner, I believe, was $10.99. Prices for the buffets are much cheaper on Fremont Street than the new Strip. They are smaller and have less selection, but if you want to get just as fat and happy, they work splendidly.
The servers that work here have been here forever and are very attentive. They seemed to know exactly what you were about to need before you needed it. I cannot say enough good things about our server. She was the best.
The food was good, a little blander than some of the more exotic cuisine in other buffets. The bread pudding is "World Famous" (or so the sign says). It did have wonderful flavor, and I ate a good deal of it. Soups were homemade, with great flavor. Some salads were made there, others were not. The macaroons were AMAZING! Not to be missed were the cheese blintzes, available lunch and breakfast. I literally ate five of them. The lunch buffet was great because some breakfast options were available then too, like bacon, eggs, sausage, pancakes, and other staples. If you go to Fremont Street, go to the Golden Nugget Buffet and enjoy. Make sure to see the largest golden nugget in the world while you are there, too.
From journal Las Vegas: Details you may not have heard
July 25, 2005
From journal Viva, Las Vegas! A First-Time Visitor's Take
Somerset, New Jersey, Afghanistan
April 30, 2005
From journal And You Thought Vegas Was Just For Gamblers?
November 7, 2004
From journal Las Vegas FUN
May 20, 2004
From journal lmrouse
by Mike Sweeney
Belmont, New Hampshire
September 4, 2003
From journal Leaving Las Vegas? WHY?
May 16, 2003
Their buffet choices were plentiful. We've chosen the breakfast buffet bar. Bacon piled high, plenty of sausages, powdered sugar french toast, scrambled eggs, biscuits, gravy, - you name it, they had it. Their buffet bars (especially their dessert) looked very appealing and extremely appetizing. Let me say, looks are deceiving.
Their biscuits were rock hard, bacon was soggy, and their scrambled eggs were gooey (I don't know how else to describe it). The only good thing that came out of this meal was their french toast. It could have been better, but it certainly wasn't the worst. It simply wasn't worth the $8 per person price tag.
We would not eat here again. There are other places that deserves our business.
From journal Everchanging Las Vegas- Definitely A Change For The Better