We stayed at TI the week April 19 th through the 23, 2010.
So not happy with this hotel. We have stayed at Circus Circus and Excalibur and they were 100% better. We had to wait in line for over an hour to check in upon checking they asked us what we wanted for our roon when we had already booked it man that ticked us off when we were making the reservations we told them what we wanted. Front Desk READ your computer screens. The room we stayed in smelled so bad of smoke and we asked for a NON smoking room. Not to happy there as well. It took us 3 days to watch the siren show that was pretty cool. The buffet food sucked and wow the waitresses on the casino floor were rude as well. Dont stay at TI unless you want to smell badly of smoke and be treated like crap.
This is hands down the best buffet in Vegas. I have been there countless times over the past 5 years and every time my experience gets better. You always leave full and extremely satisfied. Every item is well prepared and exploding with flavor...not to mention the best desert section I have ever seen. You are really missing out if you don't visit!!!
I was greatly disappointed by the seafood. The crablegs were not fresh at all. Some were actually spoiled. The shrimp had to be peeled off which took forever. The selection was poor. It was the only buffet in Las Vegas and I hope this isnt how food is perpared in the desert.
3300 S Las Vegas Blvd.
This Buffet is outrageous. Before you even see the food you are
treated to a Modern Bistro decor in rich earth tones. It sets the
stage for a fine dining experience. This is what buffets should all
be. High quality, flavorful foods, ingeniously prepared and
pressented in a clean chic serene setting. I would give this place a
8 1/2 out of 10 overall. The service was the best I had ever had at
a buffet. Beverages appeared without beckoning and plates cleared
away the evidence of our debauch on the dining plates. Only a few
dishes did not pass muster, and what was good was outstanding. The
part that one my dining companions over was the desserts.Usually
hotels here skimp noticebly on this course (to our dissapointment),
but this was sooooooooo not the case. The desserts were a veritable
Willy Wonka Jacques Torres Inspired dream. There was the silkiest
creme brulee, fluffiest chocolate mousse, ripest berry tarts, and
silken creme filled eclairs ever to grace a buffet spread. There was
not one bad dessert. The freshness was amazing and no expense was
spared with preperation, texture,and presentation. So you must save
room, You must.
Or you can do as one of our party did and have 3rds on the corn
pudding for your closing course.
Resently I took my family to the Dishes buffet at Treasure Island. At first we we thought that $20.00 dollars a person was a little steep but the 4 of us sit anyway. The quality and quanity of food choices was great. Not often does a buffet serve Corned Beef by the slice, nor make salad for all of the customers. Nice touch!!! They only flaw that happen that night was my wife and sister didn't get served ans many drinks as myself and nephew did. I still give Dishes a hearty thumbs up.
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