Best Buffet In Las Vegas (Seafood, Cheap, Asian, Lobster and More)

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Other than the amazing sceneries, the mind-blowing gaming and entertainment experiences as well as the luxurious high resorts and hotels, Las Vegas is also known for its legendary buffets. A lot has since changed in the city especially thanks to the arrival of celebrity chefs and seemingly over-the-top dining options. Even so, all-you-can-eat buffets are still a pretty big deal and they are not going anywhere anytime soon.

Now that you know that gluttony is one of the other sins that are acceptable in Sin City, you might be wondering where to find the best buffets. There are several dozens or even hundreds of these spread out across the city and while visiting each of them would be a great adventure, sometimes you may just want to narrow your search down to specific kinds.

Thankfully, we did all of the heavy lifting for you by trying out as many buffets as we can (empathy is accepted, thank you). In this guide, we are going to help you narrow down the best possible buffet for you by listing the ones that stood out for us as well as all the Las Vegas buffet prices you can expect. As the title suggests, we are listing them by type to make everything easier for you.

Note: the Vegas buffet prices can vary depending on the time of year or events so be mindful to check ahead of time in case any prices here are outdated by the time you visit.

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Seafood Buffet (Las Vegas)

Las Vegas seafood buffets are all about the range, whether you’re looking for oysters, molluscs, lobsters or anything in between, the best seafood buffet has to cater to every delicate and demanding palette, and the following hotels and restaurants do just that.

These are the best seafood buffet choices in Las Vegas today:

Wynn Las Vegas Buffet

Image from the official Wynn Las Vegas website
Image from the official Wynn Las Vegas website

Everything about this place is simply beautiful and could easily sit amongst the top of the food-chain as the best seafood buffet in Vegas. Even before you get to the actual seafood buffet you will be welcomed but a floral-lined, sunny atrium that will set you in the mood for all the artfully-presented seafood cuisines. Some of the mouth-watering dishes you can look forward to include oysters, steamed Alaskan snow crab legs, and Prince Edward Island mussels among other things. The prizes for these range from about $25 to $100 – this is not only very affordable but it is also certainly worth it.


Rio Las Vegas Buffet

Image from the official Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino website
Image from the official Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino website

Even though it has since been revamped, the Carnival & Seafood buffet at Rio still stands out for its unique and authentic buffet offerings. Seafood lovers, in particular, are going to be impressed with all that it is on offer. Customers will get to pick from an extensive range of fish or seafood options at very affordable prices. Prices start from $25, $48, and $32 for lunch, seafood dinner, and brunch respectively. There is also an amazing $13 unlimited house wine of draft beer package that the customers can take advantage of.


Bacchanal Buffet Las Vegas

Image from the official Caesar's Palace Las Vegas website
Image from the official Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas website

With Caesars Palace, Las Vegas buffet options take a back seat to their offering – the ‘Bacchanal Buffet’. This spot has a plethora of great seafood options, something that makes it one of the most popular joints in Vegas. In addition to serving some of the most amazing food including fresh crab, King Crab legs, oysters, whole poached lobster, Sasanian Imperial Caviar, and market-fresh or fried fish, The Bacchanal also offers some great prices. Depending on the time you will be visiting the buffet, prices at the Caesars buffet Las Vegas go-ers can expect, start from as low as $39.99 with the options for add-ons for extra perks such as immediate seating – this really comes in handy during busier hours, days or if you have a tight schedule of Vegas events to pack into the evening.


Aria Buffet Las Vegas

Image from the official Aria Hotel Las Vegas website
Image from the official Aria Resort & Casino website

For seafood lovers looking for a buffet that not only offers the best seafood in the city but also has very reasonable prices, looking no further than Aria’s The Buffet. Here you will find the high-quality crawfish, crab legs, shrimps, gourmet-style fish tacos, fish ‘n’ chips, sushi, grilled scallops, salmon as well as several kinds of seafood dishes all at some nearly unbeatable prices. Prices start from as low as $29.29 with special discounts and even free options for children all through the week. To top it all off, adults can take advantage of the special two-hour $19.99 bottomless drinks promotion.


Bally’s Las Vegas Buffet

Image from the official Bally's Las Vegas website
Image from the official Bally’s Las Vegas website

With prices ranging from about $100 to $130, the Sterling Brunch Las Vegas at Bally’s is definitely worth it for anyone looking for the ultimate seafood experience. The guests get to choose from a pretty expansive buffet line that consists of lobster tails, Alaskan crab legs, sushi, and fresh-shucked oysters among other things.


Bellagio Las Vegas Buffet

Image from the official Bellagio Hotel & Casino website
Image from the official Bellagio Hotel & Casino website

Enjoy an experience like no other at the Buffet in Bellagio thanks to the world-class seafood chefs who are available to take your taste buds on a wild adventure. Perhaps the most notable offering is the $46.99 “gourmet dinner service” that is available on Fridays and Saturday. Customers who choose this option can look forward to top house-made blinis, sushi, small buckwheat waffles, sashimi, Alaskan crab legs, and shrimp spring rolls among other things. Prices range from as low as $26.99, $30.99, and $41.99 for breakfast, lunch, and dinner respectively. Customers can also opt in for the All You Can Drink offer for just an extra $22.99.

Lobster Buffet (Las Vegas)

The Polynesian Buffet (Silverton Hotel & Casino)

This $41.99 buffet offers one of the very best lobster feasts in Las Vegas. To begin with, the guests are allowed two 6 oz. lobster tails but they can go for as many as they would like.

Note: This buffet is only available on Saturdays


Luke’s Lobster Las Vegas

Image from the official Luke's Lobster website
Image from the official Luke’s Lobster website

As its name suggests, this is a great place to get a taste of all the good stuff in as far as affordable lobster meals are concerned. With prices ranging from as low as $15, guests can sink their teeth into such dishes as Lobster Rolls, Lobster Bisque, and Lobster Corn Chowder and Lobster Tail among others.


Bally’s Las Vegas

Image from the official Bally's Las Vegas website
Image from the official Bally’s Las Vegas website

This 30-year old business has proven time and time again that what it offers is simply irreplaceable. Find the best Lobster Tails, and Lobster Bisque dishes here at very affordable prices.

Crab Leg Buffet (Las Vegas)

Imperial Sushi & Seafood Buffet

Despite being relatively new to the buffet business in Las Vegas, this is a great place to enjoy some crab legs if you are ever in Sin City. The Snow Crab Legs, in particular, are a favorite for many guests and so are all the other amazing offerings which include Squid, Dungeness Crab, and Honey Walnut Shrimp.


Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Buffet

Image from the official Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas website
Image from the official Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas website

For all things crab, this Wicked Spoon Buffet at the Cosmopolitan is exactly where you will want to end up. In addition to the amazing Crab Legs dishes, guests can enjoy a wide range of amazing dishes such as the Smoker Salmon. It is also pretty affordable with some dishes starting from as low as $4.49.


The Boiling Crab

Image from the official The Boiling Crab website
Image from the official The Boiling Crab website

The king crab legs at this buffet are simply exquisite. Once you try them out you will keep coming back for more. Also, once you get tired of those, you will have the chance to try out other things on the menu. These include fried oysters and ships. The sauce is also pretty good and everything is generally pretty affordable. You will not regret it.

Cheap Buffet (Las Vegas)

All these buffets can claim to be the cheapest buffet in Vegas without sacrificing in quality:

Paris Las Vegas Buffet

Image from the official Paris Las Vegas website
Image from the official Paris Las Vegas website

With its very unique French village setting, this buffet offers an amazing cuisine all at an affordable average entry fee of between $25 to $40. In addition to some of the most amazing traditional French dishes which include macarons and vanilla bean crème Brulee, the Le Village Buffet offers its guest snow crab legs, prime rib, and truffle macaroni & cheese. There is also an all-you-can-drink special for as little as $15.99.


Rio Las Vegas Buffet

Image from the official Rio Hotel & Casino website
Image from the official Rio Hotel & Casino website

Looking for a great dining place on the Las Vegas Strip? Well, this should probably on your list. Not only does it offer a large selection of cuisines that children will love but it also has an assortment of cuisines for older people. Regardless of what you pick, the prices are pretty reasonable. Brunch starts at $29.99 while dinner starts at $34.99 for adults. There is also a special $20 VIP option that takes the already amazing experience to even greater heights.


Flamingo Las Vegas Buffet

Image from the official Flamingo Hotel website
Image from the official Flamingo Hotel website

The Paradise Garden Buffet at Flamingo Buffet offers a lot of bang for the buck for guests of all kinds. Brunch will set you back $21.99 on weekdays and $24.99 on weekends while dinner will always be a very affordable $31.99. To make it even better, children aged between 4 and 9 only pay $10.99. This makes it the perfect spot for a family retreat where you will get the chance to try out dozens of great dishes ranging from crab legs to soups, pasta, steamed mussels, and several varieties of shrimp, etc.


Stratosphere: Crafted Buffet

Image from the official The STRAT Hotel website
Image from the official The STRAT Hotel website

Here, all of your cravings will be satisfied thanks to the wide assortment of cuisines from all corners of the globe. For the price-conscious, whether you will be having the Pan-Asian, American, or the Southwestern cuisines you will be very pleased with their affordability. For adults, brunch starts at just $17.99 while dinner and champagne brunch only costs $23.99. That amount guarantees you a great feasting experience – it is undoubtedly worth it.


Luxor Las Vegas Buffet

Image from the official Luxor Hotel website
Image from the official Luxor Hotel website

Considered to be one of the most inclusive buffets in Las Vegas, this is a casual option that is designed to appeal to just about anyone that is looking for a great no-frills dining experience. With its brunch, Carving Station, and All You Can Eat options, guests get to enjoy dining like never before at very reasonable prices. The prices range from as low as $19.99 and top out at just $44.99 for adults.


A.Y.C.E. Buffet at Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas

Image from the official Palms Casino Resort website
Image from the official Palms Casino Resort website

This is a very unique “All You Can Eat” (A.Y.C.E.) buffers with prices ranging from as low as $15.99 for breakfast, $17.99 for lunch, and $24.99 for dinner and Sunday Brunch. To make it even better, the Sunday Brunch is accompanied by a bottomless mimosas all-you-can-drink package. Guests get to choose from a wide variety of salads, roasted meats, whole fish, smoked meats, and pasta among other things.


Excalibur Las Vegas Buffet

Image from the official Excalibur Hotel & Casino website

With prices for adults starting from as low as $19.99 for breakfast, $21.99 for brunch, and $25.99 for dinner, this buffet offers its guests an endless variety of whatever they may be craving.  Better yet, they offer an All-Day Las Vegas Buffet Pass that gives you the chance to pop in for breakfast, lunch, and dinner as you like. Some of the amazing dishes you can look forward to include snow crab legs, creep station, beef, and turkey.

‘All-Day Pass Wristband’ prices:

Customer AgeAvailable DaysPrices
AdultsMonday – Thursday$41.99
ChildrenMonday – Thursday$26.99
AdultsFriday, Saturday & Sunday$48.99
ChildrenFriday, Saturday & Sunday$26.99

Breakfast Buffet (Las Vegas)

If you’re like us and enjoy a buffet breakfast as the first thing in Vegas, we’re confident we’ve found the best breakfast buffet in Las Vegas depending on your budget.

To avoid going into the same details as already-mentioned places, here’s a quick summary of all you’ll need:

  1. A.Y.C.E. Buffet at Palms Vegas – $15.99 per person. Since their recent renovation A.Y.C.E. Buffet tops our list for Vegas breakfast buffet options, Palms have knocked it out of the park with their unique breakfast options from quiches to tapioca pudding garnished with delicious fruit. If you plan on eating breakfast buffets frequently, we’d recommend getting a Player’s Card for the worthwhile discount, which, in our opinion solidified A.Y.C.E. Buffet at Palms as the best breakfast buffet in Las Vegas.
  2. Excalibur Breakfast – $19.99 per person, $14.99 for drinks (we recommend paying drinks separately) or ‘All-Day’ wristband including breakfast (prices vary). The All-Day pass is great value for smaller families and, in our opinion, as good as local breakfast alternatives in terms of value and quality.
  3. Bellagio Breakfast Buffet – $26.99 per person (with optional extras). This one is a little on the expensive end for what it offers and we would recommend grabbing a drink and pastry from the Bellagio lobby instead, but for those nearby (or staying) and looking for a breakfast buffet and doesn’t mind the steeper price point, this will certainly do the job just fine.

Asian Buffet (Las Vegas)

Makino Sushi & Seafood Buffet

Image from the official Makino Buffet website
Image from the official Makino Buffet website

This is perhaps the best all-you-can-eat buffet that promises an outstanding sushi and seafood offering in Las Vegas. Guests are treated to endless rolls and the opportunity to try out up to 60 different kinds of Asian dishes including ramen, udon, crab legs, and shrimp.


Buffet at Asia

Its strategic location aside, Buffet at Asia takes everything to the next level with its unique take on traditional Asian foods. For your lunch or dinner, visit any of their three buffet venues for a chance to try out a decent range of Asian cuisines including sushi, fried rice, stir-fry station, and salt and paper shrimp.


Krazy Buffet

As its name suggests, Krazy Buffet has an insane assortment of cheap Pan-Asian cuisines ranging from sushi, Chinese, Thai and Mongolian food. Among the plenty of options that players will have access are crab legs, barbecue pork buns, pizza, and French fries – Asian food is the main attraction but these are a welcome change from the norm.


Kirin Buffet

Popular among tourists arriving on tour buses in Las Vegas, this Chinese buffet serves all of the good stuff at very affordable prices. Most newcomers land on the place unexpectedly and end up really loving what they have on offer. Nothing quite beats the servings of spare ribs, egg drop soup, lo-mein as well as soft-service ice cream for dessert which are available for lunch and dinner.

Chinese Buffet (Las Vegas)

Kirin Buffet

It stands out for offering some of the best Chinese cuisines in Las Vegas. All of this goodness also comes at very affordable prices. Every single penny that you will spend here will be totally worth it.


Krazy Buffet

Out of all of the restaurants offering Chinese food in Las Vegas, Krazy Buffet is hands-down one of the best ones. Visit the joint for the tastiest and freshest cuisines that will have you coming back for more.

Sushi Buffet (Las Vegas)

Yama Sushi

This off-strip establishment is offering an all-you-can-eat buffet that consists of a wide range of amazing sushi and rolls in addition to several other tasty dishes. While it is mainly known for delivering on a casual Japanese experience, it goes above and beyond to give guests more value. One of the ways it does this is by giving its customers the option of an all-you-can-eat sashimi salad alongside the sushi buffet.


Makino Sushi

Image from the official Makino Buffet website
Image from the official Makino Buffet website

Here you will find up to 60 different sushi and rolls at prices that will be great regardless of whether you are alone or with friends and family. All of the authentic Japanese cuisines that you will find here are fresh and of the highest possible quality. Good luck finding anything that comes even close.

Local Buffet: Las Vegas Strip

The best buffet Las Vegas Strip visitors can experience are right here, with close proximity to Las Vegas Boulevard for your convenience so you can waste no time to the slot machines.

Circus Circus Las Vegas Buffet

Image from the official Circus Circus Las Vegas website
Image from the official Circus Circus Las Vegas website

This is considered to be a pretty standard option that does a really good job when it comes to offering the traditional Las Vegas buffet experience. With prices for dinner starting at $24.99, guests can expect decent quality here. A few of the standout dishes here include the all-you-can-eat shrimp, the salads, and the omelets.


Cravings Buffet at The Mirage

Image from the official Mirage Las Vegas website
Image from the official Mirage Las Vegas website

The Mirage is pretty popular among tourists who love to stay on the Las Vegas Strip. Its very high standards extend all the way to the Cravings Buffet as well – guests will be treated to a massive range of cuisines from all over the world and up to 11 food stations. Anything from sushi, noodles, salads, special toppings, and barbecues are just a few of the surprisingly affordable food options that are offered here. Prices start from as low as $19.99 and customers have the option of adding an extra $12.99 for the All You Can Drink package.


Bellagio Las Vegas Buffet

Image from the official Bellagio Hotel & Casino website
Image from the official Bellagio Hotel & Casino website

As expected of a Strip casino of its caliber, the Bellagio offers an outstanding experience at its buffet. With prices ranging from as low as $24.99 guests will have the chance to explore and enjoy classic cuisines such as chilled shrimp, prime rib, and snow crab among others. Its cuisines are sourced from all the corners of the globe which means that whether you prefer American, Chinese, or Japanese cuisines, you will find something to excite your taste buds.


Wynn Las Vegas Buffet

Image from the official Wynn Las Vegas website
Image from the official Wynn Las Vegas website

The Wynn Buffet Las Vegas knows it for is all about luxury and class and this applies to the Wynn Buffet as hell. Despite its premium feel, it still manages to remain reasonably affordable making it a great choice for both individuals and families. The prices start at $28.99 and top out at $52.99. There is also an amazing $19.99 Endless Pour Add-On to spice up your dining experience. Guests can look forward to more than 120 mouth-watering cuisines and 15 live-action cooking stations. Popular dishes at the venue include oysters, chilled shrimp, Alaskan crab legs, cakes, confections, and pastries, etc.

Vegan Buffet – Las Vegas

There were limited Vegan options unfortunately but all the spots below including the ‘vegetarian’-labelled restaurants respectfully (and compassionately) catered to our Vegan requests as much as we felt they could so we hope you’ll have some luck with your experiences, too!

Violette’s Vegan Organic Café & Juice Bar

This buffet has worked so hard to redefined the dining experience by making the vegan food tastier and more accessible to their guests. Since it is a completely vegan buffet, the cuisines are all natural – no artificial ingredients, additives, or GMOs are added to the mix. To make it even better, the food is pretty affordable which gives people even more incentive to try out some healthy eating.


Veggie House

Image from the official Veggie House website
Image from the official Veggie House website

As its name suggests, this restaurant is all about the greens. If you are looking to enjoy some Chinese food but have not been able to do so at other places, you will be very happy with the veggie versions of the Chinese cuisines that are available here. If you love vegetarian or vegan food you will certainly be very happy with the tasty plant-based versions of crispy beef, and General Tso’s chicken. Also available are fried rice, dim sum, etc.


Mint Indian Bistro

The lunch buffet is simply exquisite. Even if you have never had Indian food before you will find the selection here to be very attractive especially if what you are looking for is vegetarian, gluten-free, and vegan options. There are lots of non-vegetarian food but they also provide vegetarian versions of the same cuisines which means that you can tag your non-vegetarian buddies and you will all have a blast.


Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Image from the official Caesar's Palace Las Vegas website
Image from the official Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas website

The Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace already has a pretty strong reputation for some of the best cuisines in the city. It also stands out for being a great place for people who are vegan or vegetarian to indulge in some light gluttony. With over hundreds of daily offerings, the guests are assured of getting several fresh, healthy, and plant-based dishes that are fresh and tasty.

24 Hour Buffet (Las Vegas)

Now, as far as 24-hour buffets are concerned, there are a few things that need to be put into consideration. For the best 24-hour experience guests will need 24-hour passes at most of the venues. Naturally, not all of the restaurants are built the same.

So, the best 24-hour buffet options that stood out for us include:

Freedom Beat

Image from the official Downtown Grand website
Image from the official Downtown Grand website

If you are looking for a nice place in Las Vegas that pays attention to both the food and entertainment, Freedom Beat is certainly worth checking out. Feed your tastes and dance to the tunes of the best music all day every day from as low as $24.99. An extra $10 grants you access to either bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys. All of the action is available between 2 and 5 p.m. and 2 and 5 a.m. which is more than enough time to eat all you can and swing to all of the music.


Buffet of Buffets

With its massive assortment of cuisines this is one place that you want to take your time in if you are looking for the full buffet experience. Fortunately, you have all the time in the world to enjoy the dishes here at very affordable prices. Spend as much of your day as you want sampling them and enjoying the unique ambiance of the restaurant.


Nabe Hotpot

Thanks to its very friendly and professional staff, this spot has been able to offer unmatched buffet experiences. It is an affordable dining option that is available round the clock to guests from all around the state. Anyone who visits the spot can also expect to find some of the tastiest dishes in the state.


And that concludes our list! Be sure to write in if you have any suggestions for more spots we’ve missed or tell us about your experiences with any of the above.

Eat well and stay safe on your Vegas travels!

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