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July 25, 2004
After much consideration regarding which Las Vegas buffet we wanted to try, we decided upon the Aladdin. We were not disappointed.
The line was up to the casino level (one level up from the buffet). We thought we would be waiting a long time, but the line moved quickly.
The buffet offers a wide variety of foods, including Asian, Mexican, Italian, seafood, barbeque, Middle Eastern, and American. There are also many wonderful desserts. We arrived at the beginning of the dinner buffet. The food was well prepared and delicious. I was amazed the price was only around $20. We could not have eaten such well prepared food anywhere for that price.
The Aladdin Resort & Casino web site provides a menu of the buffet. Click on the dining link.
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by Mike Sweeney
Belmont, New Hampshire
September 4, 2003
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August 12, 2003
Breakfast: 8–10.30am. We had several breakfasts here and paid $12 each. Although this was more than some of the other places it was convenient and had excellent choices. You could basically wander from counter to counter choosing anything from the huge range of foods. They had bacon, sausages, hash browns, fried potatoes, pancakes, eggs made to order, muffins, cakes, fruit, the list goes on and on. You have to remember to ask you server for toast when you fist sit down as it seems to take a while for them to bring it to you. If you forget to ask straight away you may have finished your breakfast before you get it. Obviously the cost also includes fruit juices, tea, coffee etc. At weekends it is called Brunch and served between 8.30am – 2.30pm and costs approx $16.
Dinner: 4–9.30pm. The food for dinner ($20) is separated into areas of the world i.e. Asian, American, Mexican, Italian etc. There was a separate area for desserts. You can either choose to be boring and stick to one type of food or go mad and have some of each. It gives you a chance to be a big kid and have things you wouldn’t normally have a chance to combine. The choices of each type were huge. The Italian section had lots of different pizzas, pasta dishes, garlic bread etc. Other options included various meats carved off the bone, seafood such as crabs, salmon etc. There really is an endless list. I would imagine that even the fussiest of eaters, including kids would find something here to please. The desserts are amazing, my only complaint is that you will have eaten so much you wont be able to eat dessert.
Lunch is served between 11am–2.30pm and costs $14.
Overall I would say the choice and quality of the food was unbeatable, even for Vegas standards where buffets are king. My only gripe would be the service, which although adequate, was sometimes very slow. We were often left with no drinks and had to flag staff down to get refills. This is very poor by US standards but seemed to reflect the overall attitude of staff at the Aladdin.
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June 21, 2003
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Montgomery City, Missouri
June 14, 2003
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Fort Lee, Virginia
April 12, 2003
The service was decent for a buffet, but since you have to wait on them to get your drinks it can be hassle. We had our food for ten minutes before the server came back with our drinks.
This is a good buffet, but for $20 a plate, there are better buffets in Vegas to eat at.
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March 7, 2003
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