Dining here is more like an inter-continental feast than a buffet in a Las Vegas hotel. Much more upscale than the average all-you-can eat buffet, the ... More
Dining here is more like an inter-continental feast than a buffet in a Las Vegas hotel. Much more upscale than the average all-you-can eat buffet, the decor is in keeping with the rest of Bellagio. Tastes from Italy, Japan, France, Mexico and America abound, and the freshest seafood and carved items are plentiful. The desserts are reason enough to go to the buffet. The restaurant remains open for breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the week.
I had heard so much about this buffet so my family and I went. It was disgusting! The food was slimy and the water tasted like they poured salt in it. The dessert was the only thing worth eating. Skip the rest.
Devotee of Lox for breakfast, and they had it. Good fresh fruit, typical bacon(too greasy), sausage (needs more seasoning), eggs (scrambled, benedict, omelets), hash browns (O'Brien were really good), some different stuff.
With a 45+ minute wait and a $30 price tag, you would expect this buffet to be one of the best food wise. There was no dish at any point that I thought to myself, "This is the best I could get in this city." The food was good, but uninspired. The service was good, but not great. I can't truly complain about any of the regular food, but the desserts were awful. Even the cheesecake was bland and not worth the trip up there.
What is all the big talk about the Bellagio buffet? If there ever was a shining example of over-rated, this is it. There are plenty of average-joe buffets like the Coco Palms at the Stardust that are as good as the Bellagio's crown jewel. If you're going to spend a few bucks on a buffet, hit one high in quality like the Village Seafood at the Rio. The Bellagio can't even compare.
It costs a little more than other buffets, but it's worth every penny! Every kind of seafood you can think of, not to mention the divine desserts. You can't eat just one! The service was great, but be prepared to wait in line during busy hours.
Bellagio Brunch Buffet was so worth the money to spend...the food's always fresh because people eat it all up so quickly. It had stir frys, traditional breakfast foods & cereals, turkey w/ mashed potatoes & fixings...everything you could want in breakfast and/or brunch. The servers are always nearby to refill your drinks and get plates out of the way. The weekend prices are more expensive but still so worth it because there's so much food and you can go up anytime. I usually eat a humongous Bellagio Buffet in the a.m. and don't have to eat again until dinner time. So the buffet saves me cash and time! Highly recommend good eats at the Bellagio Brunch Buffet!
Just as expected, the Bellagio Buffet had some very nice dishes and plenty of seafood, including a sushi station. Save room for dessert! We went on a Friday night, so it was a bit pricey for their "Gourmet" Dinner. The line to get in was long, so plan ahead...otherwise, you'll be starving by the time you get in (which is not totally bad, considering it's all-you-can-eat, but still...).
I heard so many good things about the buffet at Bellagio so my NEW husband and I thought we would try it big mistake, not worth the 36ish dollars per person. I am not sure what the big hype is about this place. ICK!
The first thing you notice is the size of the place with more than 500 seats. However, the lines move
quickly and the food is outstanding, making this well worth the visit. The buffet overlooks the outdoor lagoon, so ...
Hilton Grand Vacations Club on the Las Vegas Strip is located on a 10 acre site at the south end
of the world renowned Las Vegas Strip. This non gaming resort offers the convenience and luxury that appeal to ...
The Flamingo, Bugsy Siegel's desert dream, is located on the famous Four Corners of the Las Vegas Strip, contains grandiose
features, such as a 77,000 square foot casino, headline entertainment, a wildlife habitat, and a water playground, and is ...