terapined
terapined
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May 20th, 2016 at 9:36:12 AM permalink
Quote: beachbumbabs

I lost an entire day last year to the GN buffet. Sick as a dog. Never again



OMG
Happened to me also.
I think it was the seafood
I have eaten there since but stay away from seafood
Now I only eat seafood in coastal towns and cities now, not someplace landlocked way far from the Ocean.

In Clearwater we have a restaurant called Frenchy's
They have their own boats catching fish in the Gulf for the restaurant
Love their Grouper. Very fresh. Never gotten sick :-)
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malgorium
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May 22nd, 2016 at 7:40:54 PM permalink
Quote: JIMMYFOCKER

Wicked Spoon, The M, and Wynn are three outstanding buffets



Have not been to Wicked Spoon or Wynn, but the M buffet is one of my regular stops when I go to vegas, especially since they send me BOGO mailers :) Plus, the 'play $850 in video poker to get a free weekday lunch buffet' comp is a pretty good deal as well.

I've taken my parents to the M buffet and both of them were pretty impressed.
whodat
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May 22nd, 2016 at 8:18:31 PM permalink
What about Bacchanal buffet at Caesars. It's very good. Just pricier than the others.
UCivan
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May 22nd, 2016 at 10:23:03 PM permalink
Quote: Zourah

I have free offers for all the boyd properties, I think my buddy wants to use one of the rooms. Would you suggest Main Street station? Fremont? California? I don't think he wants to do the Gold Coast

No one mentioned Suncoast yet. It's also part of Boyd Gaming; has beautiful and spacious rooms overlooking golf course. The morning and lunch buffet (most the time) is only $7.50 or $7.99 when I went there a couple weeks ago. I played 4 Card Split and UTH, the dealers are very friendly and nice.
JIMMYFOCKER
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June 9th, 2016 at 9:21:53 PM permalink
Suncoast buffet bery average.

M buffet is a steal
UCivan
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June 9th, 2016 at 9:40:56 PM permalink
Love the M buffet. How much is it?
CaptCampion
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June 9th, 2016 at 11:40:32 PM permalink
I'll be at MSS in about 10 days if anyone wants to know something specific about it.

The first day it'll be unlikely I'll remember anything, however
abacabb
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June 10th, 2016 at 9:51:06 AM permalink
Quote: UCivan

Love the M buffet. How much is it?



Usually in the $15-$40 range with it being $40 on the weekend. With a token amount of play you can get it for free (just present your card at the buffet after playing). The $40 most expensive one on the weekend will take about $2000 worth of coin-in, but check the sign outside the buffet first.

For what it's worth, I do not like the M buffet at all. I don't eat seafood and maybe their seafood is really good, but most everything else is bad. They don't have a breakfast buffet which is funny because if I'm over there in the morning I will see at least a dozen groups of people going to the buffet, seeing it's closed, then they turn around and leave.

Anyway, as far as the non-seafood options go, the white rice is too sticky/clumpy, the breaded Asian chicken option (varies - general tso's, lemon chicken, sweet & sour) is too breaded and they leave it too long so it's super soggy, the chicken skewers are too fatty, the steaks (when they have them) are too gristly, and the pizza and waffle fries are usually left out forever and are dry/disgusting. The three positives about the buffet are that alcoholic drinks are free, the dessert section is always good, and, as mentioned above, it's free if you're going to play there anyway. IF you can get the food right when they put it out it can be good, but I'd rather have the buffets at any of the nearby casinos (South Point, Silverton, GVR) rather than the M.
JIMMYFOCKER
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June 17th, 2016 at 4:31:57 PM permalink
Quote: abacabb

Usually in the $15-$40 range with it being $40 on the weekend. With a token amount of play you can get it for free (just present your card at the buffet after playing). The $40 most expensive one on the weekend will take about $2000 worth of coin-in, but check the sign outside the buffet first.

For what it's worth, I do not like the M buffet at all. I don't eat seafood and maybe their seafood is really good, but most everything else is bad. They don't have a breakfast buffet which is funny because if I'm over there in the morning I will see at least a dozen groups of people going to the buffet, seeing it's closed, then they turn around and leave.

Anyway, as far as the non-seafood options go, the white rice is too sticky/clumpy, the breaded Asian chicken option (varies - general tso's, lemon chicken, sweet & sour) is too breaded and they leave it too long so it's super soggy, the chicken skewers are too fatty, the steaks (when they have them) are too gristly, and the pizza and waffle fries are usually left out forever and are dry/disgusting. The three positives about the buffet are that alcoholic drinks are free, the dessert section is always good, and, as mentioned above, it's free if you're going to play there anyway. IF you can get the food right when they put it out it can be good, but I'd rather have the buffets at any of the nearby casinos (South Point, Silverton, GVR) rather than the M.



Silverton buffet over the M

No

No

No!!!!!!!
mcallister3200
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June 17th, 2016 at 5:05:43 PM permalink
South point buffet is shit. Once I see canned fruit being served it's game over, end of story, never again.

Agree that M's Chinese and pizza on buffet suck, but pizza at like every buffet ever sucks. Salad and dessert selection are quite good.

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