The Buffet Bellagio

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  • Address: 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 07:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-8662597111

Located in the center of Las Vegas, The Buffet is a famous restaurant offering some of the great culinary delights. The delicious menu of this restaurant is second to none. Here you can gorge on not just the American dishes but also a variety of dishes from Italian, Chinese, and Japanese cuisine. The chefs are extremely talented and make every dish by heart. There are many cooking stations in the restaurants where you can taste the samples of new dishes. One of the good features of the dishes is that the chefs use only fresh ingredients for cooking. For a unique dining experience, try Buffet Chef’s Table.

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  • The Buffet Bellagio Address: 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA, United States
  • The Buffet Bellagio Contact Number: +1-8662597111
  • The Buffet Bellagio Timing: 07:00 am - 10:00 pm
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  • 0.1% of people who visit Las Vegas include The Buffet Bellagio in their plan

  • 95% of people start their The Buffet Bellagio visit around 6 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see The Buffet Bellagio

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The Buffet Bellagio Reviews & Ratings

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  • We went there because we saw that it only cost around 38.00.. Stood in line for an hour, well its Vegas and I Love it there. Get to the cashier and its Labor day Weekend and now we have to pay around 67.00. Of course we stayed and the food was good but not for that price. I rather use my money to gamble that's why I am in Vegas. Had a great time. Beautiful casino. I go every month. Love Vegas.

  • Came here 3 years ago. It was beyond better then. Wasted $20 on unlimited cocktails as no one ever came by. Was by myself so I get it. But still. Food was bland. From pasta to meats. For $60 go to any happy hour in Vegas. Shame on you bellagio. You used to have the best buffet in Vegas.

  • We were here for Sunday brunch. The price was $40 per person. I guess it’s ok for the amount of food and varieties that they had. They had everything from regular breakfast items like omelette and bacon up to fancy seafood like crab, sushi and stuff. The food was delicious. However, the dining area is a little underwhelming compare to the hotel/casino. It does not have the high end feel that reflects the price. The line was very very long for lunch hour. Their restrooms are way too small for the size of the restaurants. If you are here for rush hour, prepare to wait in line everywhere.

  • We went on a Friday night for the gourmet dinner. The meats were very good. Beef and lamb was medium rare like it should be, everything was cooked but still moist. We both ate our body weight in crab legs which were awesome. Was worth the $45/p

  • We had the breakfast buffet. The hotel and lobby are beautiful to walk through, but the buffet area is very plain and lacks ambiance. $56 for two. We didn’t tip since it is strictly self-serve. Alcohol is an additional $17 per person, so, no included Mimosas. No seafood, except some salmon/lox, but no shrimp, crab, etc. No carving station. No sushi. You can get shrimp in an omelette if you stand in the line for omelettes. No variety of bagels. No chocolate deserts, except a miniature croissant. We enjoyed what we had, but we basically paid $28 for bacon and eggs.

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