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02-10-2007, 09:29 AM
Hi it's me again with another question. :)
Are the brunch buffets any better than the regular dinner buffets? We're not really interested in the champagne. We might both have one glass. Is the champagne the only difference?
Which buffet is the best at dinner. I would like one that has crab/lobster, steak/prime rib and some great desserts. I would also like to try lamb. Does anybody have a suggestion? Tell me all your ideas?? :)
Does any buffet stand out with their Mexican food?
02-10-2007, 11:29 AM
I have yet to find a buffet that has STANDOUT mexican food. I think if you're really really wanting some good mex... your best bet is to hit a mexican restaurant (maybe the one @ the Frontier.. or the Cantonita---i know i'm messing it's nam up---@ the Venetian).
The dinner buffets are more likely to be carving the prime rib than the lunch buffets... and some 'steps up' in offerings.
The MSS thursday nite buffet does filet mignon and scampi. Yes, all you can eat filet mignon. I've been a customer there 5 out of the last 7 thursdays. I like it. It's 13 & tax.
You're not going to find lobster at many dinner buffets. But, there ARE some that have it. I.E. Rio's seafood buffet. GREGRIO can give you the scoop on it. Myself, i'm not much of a seafood eater...& have not dined at it. But i've heard a WIDE WIDE array of reviews concerning it -- many of them saying the seafood is 'rubbery', 'ordinary', etc.
02-10-2007, 11:30 AM
OF NOTE: the chile rellenos @ the GC buffet are pretty good. They are sometimes offered at lunch & sometimes at dinner -- no real 'set' schedule.
02-10-2007, 03:20 PM
Thanks for the replys. :) Any more???
02-10-2007, 05:03 PM
I know that there are a few brunches that offer "with champagne" and "without champagne" set prices. Recently, Steve posted a thread called "Buffet and Brunch Lists" that would have further information.
The main difference between brunch and dinner is during brunch there are also breakfast items, whereas at dinner all those items disappear, and they may bring out more meat and potato items. FWIW, all of the brunches I've been to have plenty of "dinner" selections to choose from. The higher-end brunches do serve crab legs and prime rib. Not sure about the more moderately-priced ones, though.
02-11-2007, 12:05 PM
The Bellagio buffet has prime rib, crab legs and all kinds of great stuff. If you've never had it, you should definitely try it.
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