Buffet at Bellagio

Member Rating 5 out of 5 by pinguinigal on November 20, 2006

If breakfast is the most important meal of the day, then while in Vegas you should definitely try the Belg buffet out.

First of all, other than being all-you-can-eat, this restaurant is nothing like your typical buffet. Deep inside the casino itself, it's easy to find not just because of the signs, but because of the large line wrapping around the corner. It's totally worth waiting for too. You pay $21 for breakfast, which is what I went to and up to $30 for dinner. (Cheapstake tip of the day: if you go RIGHT when one meal is ending you can catch some of the food for the second meal.)

You are seated at your table that already has your silverware and plates set out for you on the tablecloths. A waiter will take your drink order and you are free tor oman about the large buffet tables piling delicious foods onto your plate. Need more napkins or salt? ask the waiter.

The food is delicious, simply delicious. Buffets are usually lackluster because of the large quantities of food that have to be made at the same time, but the Bellagio must know some kind of trick because you certainly wouldn't think you are at casino buffet. The waffles, pancakes, eggs, meats, fruits, salads, desserts (oh my god the desserts!) are all pretty to look at, but even better to taste.

The atmosphere is more restaurant than buffet, the Bellagio is afterall a very nice and expensive hotel. The plus side is after (or before) eating you can water about the halls of the hotel itself and enjoy the view, the water show outside, or else, the main lobby of the hotel that changes every few weeks.

There are some buffets that leave you feelings as if the quality of the food was not up to par, but that is not true for the Bellagio buffet. the food is worth the price and I'd absolutely go back again and so should you!
Bellagio Buffet
3600 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109
(702) 650-9459


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