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Halifax, Canada
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Buffets

Wanting to find a decent place for buffets under $20 ...something with a good selection as well as clean. I see there are some on the vegas dining site, but I am hoping to hear from others who have tried and liked. We leave tomorrow and will be there around 8pm

Thanks..

lors

Cleveland, Ohio
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1. Re: Buffets

The buffet at Planet Hollywood was good for breakfast. It was under $20 if you go to destinationcoupons.com there is a $5 off coupon

TI and Mirage are good also, only do the buffets for breakfast.

Worst buffet for me was the one at Flamingo.

Have a wonderful trip and good luck to you.

I have to wait until September for our trip.

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2. Re: Buffets

If you don't have a players card with Harrah's, join it at CP and they do a buy one get one free deal at their buffet worth around $20.

I like TI better than MB especially their breakfast one.

Here and there
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Main Street Station

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4. Re: Buffets

Some buffets are overrated and can be hit or miss. Not a lot of people talk about the monte carlo buffet, which is probably one of my favourite and one of the cheapest also. Its spotlessly clean, relaxing and the servers are always cheerful.

Chicago, Illinois
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5. Re: Buffets

I really like the Paris buffet for breakfast --- I think it's about $15 on weekdays. Great crepes and baked goods/pastries, but I was surprised at how good the ham was. Usually buffet meats get dried out, but this ham melted in my mouth.

Novi, Michigan
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6. Re: Buffets

Planet Hollywood during lunch pricing. Clean, high quality. Peeled shrimp at lunch, other seafood, lots of fresh stuff

Novi, Michigan
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I have had bad service at MonteCarlo, and the selection is poor

West Lancs
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M Resort, for dinner $22.95 or $14.95 for lunch

Wisconsin
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9. Re: Buffets

Flavors at Harrah's is a good value for breakfast and lunch. They have $5 off coupons available in the American Casino Guide and elsewhere.

The buffets at Orleans and Gold Coast are quite inexpensive (discount for showing a Boyd/Coast club card) and, while basic, are clean and serve decent food.

WORTHINGTON
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10. Re: Buffets

Is it generally safe to say that buffets are a hit or miss? I mean, there are a few that are pretty consistent from what I'm reading on here over the past months... but it really depends on personal taste and expectations. For example, I thought Wynn was the grossest and most unfulfilling meal I've ever had. And I was snapped at by THE MANAGER after complaining that it had been 15 minutes since we sat down and no drink order was taken. This was after waiting in line for over an hour. (Thank goodness it was free thanks to the wheel spin!)

My ultimate suggestion is to check out the buffet first, before you pay. Also, check out the atmosphere, number of attendants/servers.... do people eating look happy? or are tables full of dirty dishes and unfilled drinks?

I ate at TI a few years ago, comped graciously by the Players Club and it was my favorite buffett thus far. I have to say I'm a little biased though, because I was able to walk out with cotton candy on a stick LOL Other people would see Cotton Candy in a buffett and turn.. maybe run... the other way. Like I said, all a matter of personal taste.