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November 10, 2005
From journal A Week in Vegas
July 25, 2005
From journal Viva, Las Vegas! A First-Time Visitor's Take
May 25, 2005
From journal Honeymoon in Las Vegas
May 2, 2005
From journal Quick Jaunt to Vegas
January 22, 2005
Everything I ate was pretty good, but here are some that stick out in my mind now.
Steamed crab (with legs and part of upper body... it was SOOO meaty; just this alone made the $18 worth it)
Sushi! (Beware, the wasabi is EXTREMELY strong for some reason)
Chinese dumplings and spring rolls (fresh and crispy outside, yummy inside)
Marinated orange duck (I had two legs... I love duck!)
Veal (by now I only had room for one slice, but it was very tender and juicy)
Mussels and clams
Asian-fried pork (for the hearty appetites)
Fried shrimp (I tried the shrimp cocktail, too, but I think I like warm foods better)
Fruit tarts (indescribably good, especially the raspberries)
Macaroons (My first time. I wish I had room to eat five more. Let me try to relate the experience: crunchy warm outside with scrumptiously creamy and nutty tasting filling inside... it all just melts in your mouth, ahhhhhhhhhh)
Ice cream (wonderful with banana foster and other toppings...)
Croissant-ish pastry with hazelnut crème filling (do you like NUTELLA? I love Nutella)
Watermelon (sweet and seedless and in huge chunks)
From journal City of Gluttony
April 13, 2004
The dining area is very elegant and the serving area is just what the name says -- a big kitchen. The waiter was very attentive with drinks and clearing dishes. I also witnessed him helping an elderly woman and how caring both he and the host were in handling her disability.
From journal First Time in Las Vegas
April 8, 2004
From journal Las Vegas Day and Night
October 26, 2003
From journal las vegas wedding
Clifton, New Jersey
May 4, 2003
Like most buffets, it's all you can eat and serve yourself. The dress code is casual and it's family friendly, though due to the clientele at Ballys' (mostly older gamblers), there were few children.
The food was good and the selection was the usual: omlette station, fruit and breads, pancakes, etc. There was no 'stand out' item on the breakfast buffet, except for the service. In comparison to the other buffets in Vegas, Bally's wait staff did an excellent job bringing us our drinks! When dining buffet style, I expect the servers to be responsive, as their only duty is bringing us drinks, and I was not disappointed.
For the price ($11 for breakfast), I feel the food and service were fair. The worst part of the experience is finding The Big Kitchen buffet. It's hidden upstairs in the back of the Casino!
From journal 48 HOURS IN SIN CITY
Buffalo Grove, Illinois
May 6, 2001
From journal Easter Weekend in Sin City