…All Stations buffet meat is subpar…
I second the motion. In our last trip Oct 2016, the main breakfast feature for us was to watch "Mainstreet Manny" (don't know if that's his moniker, but it's fitting) taking as many as 6 a la carte orders at the same time. This may be one of the few buffets in Las Vegas offering live entertainment - even a 15-min wait seems like 2 minutes, with Manny's entertaining non-stop bantering - he can talk to 6 different people and remember the ingredients for 6 different omelets!
Well, you mentioned Slots-a-Fun and then complained about the food at the associated property. It reminded me that when I posted my Slots-a-Fun chip in the Casino Chip of the Day thread, I got a reply post from DJTeddyBear that seems relevant to this thread. In describing his visit to Slots-a-Fun, he said:Quote: Ayecarumba
Many moons ago (Slots-a-Fun still had craps) I ate at tbe Circus Circus buffet, and they had this "meat" that I assume was supposed to be "beef", but it was a shade of grey, and tough as a 4-ply radial. How do you make meat grey?
I also crossed something off my bucket list that day. I had a 99¢ foot-long hot dog. Word to the wise: It was overpriced.
That post must have been some time ago, though.
Is you comment based upon visits to that buffet that were PRIOR to the Dec 10, 2016 heavily touted complete overhaul??? If so, you might want to revisit and see if your opinion has changed. I do realize that physical remodeling and name changes do not necessarilly change the food quality but I also believe that new personnel and a new emphasis are also involved.Quote: Wizard
The worst buffet in Vegas is Arizona Charlie's (Decatur) and about that there can be no debate.
Worst buffet in LV IMO was the old IP buffet, and it was kinda expensive. Why would anyone pay for that when Harrahs is right next door for same price? The Palace buffet was bad, but it's cheap. It's not at all on the same level at Red Rock's or GVR.
To people bashing White Castle: it's an acquired taste apparently. Those burgers aren't supposed to be gourmet. If you like the WC from your grocer's freezer, the live version on the Strip is fantastic fresh WC burgers for a change. I love 'em! You can't compare them to steakhouse burgers, or even McDonalds. White Castle is it's own category, and there's a good reason they've been in business continuously since 1921, that's more than 30 years longer than McDonalds.