Don’t get fooled – this is not your average sausage rolls and pineapple on a stick job.  With varied cuisine and plenty of it, Vegas is renowned for its buffets, and the selection is so varied, it will leave you spoilt for choice! But fear not dear readers, we’ve got you covered with our handy list of the most popular buffets Vegas has to offer along with their trip adviser ratings

Here’s a note of caution – everyone’s tastes are different (shocker).  This makes crowning the best buffet in Vegas notoriously difficult, nay, impossible, so keep that in mind.  The Las Vegas Hangout team are broke and cannot afford refunds for dissatisfied customers, even though we love you all dearly!

Bon appetit!!

Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan

Location:  3708 Las Vegas Blvd, The Cosmopolitan

Website:  Wicked Spoon

Food:  Menu


The Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan describes itself as a ‘bustling food hall’ containing ‘familiar staples and imaginative seasonal dishes’ and is considered by many to be one of the best of the strip even winning a couple of awards and reaching #9 on the Trip Adviser list of ‘Best Buffets’.  We’re sure the food is spectacular but one of the draws for us here is the option of adding a ‘bottomless beverage’ package on to your meal for an additional $15.  That may seem pretty steep but for this price you can drink as much beer, wine, Champagne, Bloody Marys or mimosas as you can handle.  Drink responsibly though, nobody wants to see you getting thrown out of a buffet – not cool.

If you’ve had a tough day sightseeing, or your down to your last $20 then you can also get yourself an express takeout at the Wicked Spoon which will cost you, wait for it, $20!

Prices vary here, so have a look at the website which will give you more accurate details for the time you want to visit

Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace

Location:  3570 Las Vegas Blvd, Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino

Website:  Bacchanal Buffet


Caesars Palace Bacchanal Buffet is a hugely popular visit and boasts a number of awards, including best buffet on the strip. It offers everything from Nashville style hot chicken to red velvet pancakes, and is sure to whet your appetite.  Prices here can get pretty steep depending on the time of day you go, but by all accounts, its worth it.

As this is a one of the most popular buffets around, don’t be surprised to see huge queues at all times of the day, so don’t wait until your really hungry to get in line!! However, total rewards Diamond and Seven Star members have their own VIP line and can cut down on some of that pesky waiting time.  You can also purchase a ‘line jump’ which costs an additional $20 which enables you to skip those queues straight away – no waiting required!

If this doesn’t suit, then head up to the kiosk and book a reservation.  15 minutes before your eating slot, you’ll get a text.  Go about your business while the service holds your place in the queue for you. Fancy.

Warning: Don’t get used to line jumping – you won’t be able to do this when you get home!

The Buffet at Wynn

Location:  3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, at the Wynn Las Vegas

Website:  The Buffet at Wynn

Back in December 2015 the Buffett at Wynn had a makeover, this included renovation work of the décor and an overhaul of the buffet menu.  The new menu now has 15 live cooking stations with 120 dishes from around the world.  To top off your eating, the revamp now includes a patisserie which boasts a whole host of cakes, pastries and, wait for it, a chocolate fountain. Drool.

To make the evening really special, the buffet also offers the option of combining tickets for dinner and a viewing one of the shows at the Wynn.  You can chose one of the two hugely popular shows below.  We think these shows might change every now so be sure to check the website below for further information

  • Buffet at the Wynn and a showing of Le Rêve – The Dream for $180 per person or;

  • Buffet at the Wynn and a ticket to see Steve Wynn’s Showstoppers for $148 per person.

Terms and Conditions for the buffet and show options.

Buffet at Aria

The Buffet at Aria

Location:  3730 Las Vegas Blvd S, at ARIA Resort & Casino

Website:  The Buffet at Aria

The buffet at Aria prides itself on its international cuisine from around the world, but changes its menus often to keep things fresh, so even if you’ve been here before, you’ll still be able to experience something new.  The cuisine on offer includes Italian, Tandoori, Asian, Mediterranean and many, many (many) more. The Aria uses market fresh produce to cook gourmet foods, and you can even watch then naan breads cooking in the Tandoori oven. Now that’s authenticity!

If you want to see what’s currently on offer at the Aria, take a look at their website, link above.

The Studio B Buffet at M Resport and Spa

The Studio B Buffet at M Resort and Spa

Location:  12300 Las Vegas Blvd S, at M Resort Spa Casino

Website:  Studio B Buffet


With its live cooking stations and varied offerings, we’ve heard great things about this buffet.  With servings of Japanese cuisine to Italian and great dessert selection, it even appears to bring in the locals. The real draw of this place however is when you dine on the weekend, that’s when they bring out the big guns, when they serve crab, oysters and shrimp.  Seafood Delight!  

Studio B Buffet also throws in some a choice of alcoholic beverages at no extra cost, this includes beer and selected Wine. Win Win!

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