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Paridise Garden Buffet

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Paridise Garden Buffet

Anyone eaten at the Paradise Garden Buffet at Flamingo? What did you think?

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1. Re: Paridise Garden Buffet

Do yourself a favor and spend a few bucks more and eat at a better buffet. Bellagio is right across the street.

Cleveland, OH
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2. Re: Paridise Garden Buffet

It's okay..comparable to a local chain buffet? Breakfast is good, and will be trying the dinner one in a couple of months. It's cheaper quality than the upscale places (big shocker there), but it's good!

Kitchener, Canada
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3. Re: Paridise Garden Buffet

It was ok. You can always find something to eat... but definitely not my favourite buffet in Vegas.

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4. Re: Paridise Garden Buffet

Its horrible. In CET chain try Planet Hollywood. If not, Wynn or Bellagio.

Kenosha, WI
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5. Re: Paridise Garden Buffet

Yuck.

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6. Re: Paridise Garden Buffet

Take a walk down to Planet Hollywood instead, with the $5 off coupon from destinationCoupons.com

Much better plus the walk will kill all the calories.

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7. Re: Paridise Garden Buffet

Double yuck-anymore questions??

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8. Re: Paridise Garden Buffet

Buffets are what you make of them and the Paradise Buffet Is not the best buffet in Vegas but far from the worst. It has a great desert selection and you can ask to get a seat by the window that overlooks the garden. I personally think the food and the atmosphere are enjoyable.

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9. Re: Paridise Garden Buffet

OK - to all you naysayers - we're Diamond and have stayed at the Flamingo the past couple of years (2-3 times/year). Anyhow - we always get a GO room - and yes- sometimes there are glasses in the hallways, blah, blah blah, but to get the the OPs question - the Flamingo Buffet is just fine. NO - it's not the WYNN or Bellagio -been to both and there isn't any buffet that serves the same type of food that you get at a restaurant where you order off of a menu and get everything exactly the way you order it. If you get seated in the 1st dining area, down by the windows for breakfast or lunch and get Alma as your waitress - she is one of the best waitresses we've ever had.

Anyhow - yes, Planet HOllywoods is probably the best of the Harrahs/CET properties - followed by RIO - only because they have a lot of choices, not necessarily that their food is any better. Next probably Paris, then personnally Flamingo, Harrahs, Caesar's - not in any particular order. Caesar's is a very small buffet, but the quality of the foods are good. Haven't been to the IP buffet in years, since I hated it the 1st time probably 10 years ago.

All just MHO.

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10. Re: Paridise Garden Buffet

i ate there once and thought it was okay. definitely wouldn't go out of my way to go back...

we only ate there because we were staying at the flamingo with a group and everyone was indecisive. it did the job, but definitely wasn't gourmet.