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“Totally Average”

Spice Market Buffet
Ranked #1,275 of 5,275 Restaurants in Las Vegas
Price range: US$10 - US$27
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Good for: Groups, Child-friendly
Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Dinner, Lunch, Buffet
Neighbourhood: The Strip
Reviewed 5 February 2014

Spice Market Buffet used to be the best on the Strip. That is no longer the case. We went for dinner using a groupon deal including free drinks. No one should pay full price for this buffet, it is not worth it. The wait is ridiculous unless you have a VIP pass. The food is just okay. There is nothing worth trying more than once including the snow crab legs that are so popular. The one bright spot was the service. Our waitress was fantastic for a full service restaurant, let alone a buffet.

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Thank TinPshr
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Reviewed 1 February 2014

The quality of the food was pretty good. The food had an international theme: Asian, Italian, Middle Eastern, etc. The ambiance was pretty average for a buffet . . . . kind of crowded, and not the most pleasing decor; hey, it is a buffet.

Hint: Use a Groupon to save about 50% (if still available) - the buffet is well worth it with a discount.

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Thank RehAmuCA25
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Reviewed 1 February 2014

We went to Spice Market on our last night in Vegas. Wish we'd discovered it earlier. There's a huge choice of food. My favourites were the seafood (great prawns and crab claws), Middle Eastern & Italian. Desserts are excellent, too. The casino upstairs is pretty full-on, but once you descend the escalator to the buffet, it's very quiet and relaxed. We ate at the Treasure Island buffet earlier in the week, and Spice Market was much better. Pick up a discount voucher at the ticket sales kiosks along the Strip.

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Thank fitzymoo
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Reviewed 1 February 2014

We had lunch as part of the Buffet Of Buffet Passes.

There were some very good options, some average food and a few things I thought looked very poorly maintained.

The macarons were the highlight for my wife and I thought the Indian food was quite good.

Will give it another go next time.

Thank I_WillEatYourDonut
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Reviewed 29 January 2014

We came in for lunch as we have eaten here for the last 5 years and were always pleased. Overall the food has dropped a notch or 2. Some of the awesome seafood items were gone-they used to have platters with Maytag bleu cheese but no more. The Italian food still has variety but seemed very dry. The Tandorri chicken was dry and fairly tasteless. The Asian foods had no meat-more beans and tofu. The dessert section is still awesome but overall I was disappointed.

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Thank luxorman1
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