Food Fanatic in Las Vegas

A gambling, partying, night life, and extreme sports mecca, the city of entertainment is a dream vacation destination. But as a food fanatic, I have discovered that the sin city fit my giant appetite perfectly. On a trip to Vegas, I have sampled many buffets the hotels have to offer. Here are some of my favorites:

Craving Buffet Mirage:

For experience of sampling food from all over the world, check Craving Buffet at Mirage, an ultimate buffet restaurant consisted of 11 cook stations, a street of food and all types of ono deserts. To those who have tried buffets in other restaurants, the buffet seems mediocre to say at least, but one thing really stood out for me was there is a section for Chinese-style food. I have sampled 6 bowls of West Lake Beef Soup and chicken rice soup (knowing that I have not eaten these two for three years), as well as the pork/beef ribs. I was so filled but that cannot even stop me from eating.

Le Village Buffet Paris

Paris Las Vegas

The Paris Buffet is assorted by stations according to French regions. The food is far worth than the dollars you have paid for. This is one of Las Vegas Blvd’s finest restaurants, serves up fine dining French fusion combining with mouthwatering French cuisine. One need not leave the buffet for some good eats like made-to-order crepes in Brittany, roasted dark, steamed mussels with shallots and butter, lamb stew in Alsace.

Buffet in Bellagio

Dim sum

If you are looking for a wide array of tempting cuisine, Bellagio delivers. The food tastes fabulous. Although the hotel is Italian-themed, guests will discover Japanese and Chinese buffet station that including dim-sum and miso soup. There are pizza and pastas serve in the semi-Italian style, and the seafood line –  shrimp, crab legs, smoked salmon, oysters – should not be missed. After a delicious diner, the theater promises world-class shows of “O” by Cirque De Solei performing till very late.

World Carnival Buffet Rio

King Crab Legs

For a taste of the world buffet fair, check out Rio World Carnival Buffet, the one has been rated as the best by locals in town. Spending an evening eating sushi, Brazilian grill, pasta, Mexico tacos with a diverse array of fresh-baked cakes, pies, and pastries serve on the palm-fringed circular displayed are. Guests have opportunities to make your own sandae at the sandae bar. If one have to choose the dining locations among numerous buffet restaurants in Vegas, stop by World Carnival Buffet in Rio, an ultimate dining experience with upscale dining environment and endless array of food choices. The only thing you need to worry about is how much food you can really eat in.

Buffet in Caesars Palace

Desert Bar

This buffet serves in traditional Italian style with impeccable service. The hotel itself has often been voted by travelers as their most favorite in town. The structure of the dining area is extravagant. The assortment of deserts and seafood station load your stomach in full. Because the dish is too nice to waste, you need not to take the seafood platter served at the beginning of the dinner. I was trapped in a giant tray of seafood at the early point of my meal, and I rapidly ended up suffering terribly from overeating. Needless to say, I have recklessly wasted a scrumptious meal which I was paid for a very high price.

Bon Appetit!

Julie Cao

Julie Cao is a travel blogger, travel writer, and global citizen currently living in Toronto Ontario.

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