December 9, 2004
The line to get in took about 25 minutes, adding to the pangs in my tummy. The price was decent, though, at about $7. No wonder people raved about all the food you can get for cheap.
I would have rather taken back my $7 and gone to get a bagel and coffee at Starbucks. The eggs were runny, the fruit wasn't fresh, and the sausage was extremely dry. I thought these buffets were supposed to be stupendous? Of course I devoured everything I placed on my plate for the mere fact that, after a 7-hour plane ride, a taxi cab, and a check-in line, one tends to get a little disgruntled and moody. Food usually cures the blues.
I left satisfied hunger wise, but because I was blinded by the hunger and ate whatever came into sight.
If you are staying at the Luxor, I would recommend going next door to Mandalay Bay or down the road to the MGM buffet. Although a few bucks more, both beat this one by a mile.
From journal Weekend in Las Vegas