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June 29, 2011
San Dimas, California
September 15, 2009
by Wildcat Dianne
December 30, 2002
Like most of the buffets in Vegas hotels, Treasure Island had a lot to offer from seafood and barbeque, to spaghetti and desserts, etc. Nicki had the spaghetti, and Erika and I had a smorgasbord consisting of almost everything.
The service at Treasure Island Buffet was slow. Our waiter rarely came by to see how we were doing or get us drinks. He wasn't too friendly either. The food wasn't as good as the Pharoah's Pheast at Luxor, but I was happy to be with my friend and sister and talking made digesting the bland meal easier.
After dinner, Nicki, Erika, and I saw the Pirate's show outside the hotel. The show is an all-out extravaganza with fighting pirates, cannon fire, a sinking ship, and a firework finale. It was a nice end to an otherwise unappealing meal.
From journal The Fernstrom sisters go wild in Vegas!
July 28, 2005
They had a nice selection of hot side dishes, sushi, and meat. The salads were mostly ordering a green salad of some form, like Cobb, BLT, or others. The desserts weren't too bad, and they even had cotton candy for the kid in you!
For us, we have tried it and probably wouldn't eat there again, because you can add an additional $5 per person and go to the MGM Grand Buffet to get a large selection and better quality of food for the price.
From journal Second Honeymoon in Las Vegas
Merchantville, New Jersey
December 23, 2003
From journal Las Vegas, Ameripass stop 8