SiegfriedRoy
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April 25th, 2019 at 9:40:49 AM permalink
I'm looking for a simple Sunday, breakfast buffet in Las Vegas that doesn't jack up the price by $10 by giving cheap cook's champagne. Does anybody know of any regular Sunday breakfast buffets in Vegas?
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April 25th, 2019 at 10:36:13 AM permalink
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April 25th, 2019 at 11:41:20 AM permalink
It's a little out of the way, but there's an awesome Hawaiian style breakfast/lunch place called Cinnamon's just off the Buffalo Drive exit on the way to Summerlin. I don't know if they do anything special on Sunday's, but the food is all very good, reasonably priced, and generously portioned. They have a guava chiffon pancake that's oddly colored, but really tasty.
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April 26th, 2019 at 2:10:32 PM permalink
Without a doubt it's Eiffel Tower Restaurant at (where else) The Paris.

I can't eat at a buffet, in Vegas or anywhere else. I can't help but wonder who sneezed into the food or had thier grubby paws hand picking things before I got there. Also, think Chevy Chase in Vegas Vacation.
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April 26th, 2019 at 2:31:35 PM permalink
Quote: terapined

Gordon Ramsay has that huge place right on the strip in front of Caesars called Hells Kitchen
I stopped, checked the menu and was very interested in eating there
The wait was too long, its a real real popular place
I walked into Caesars hungry and noticed Gordon Ramsay pub which was pretty empty
I sat down, looked at the menu and saw the same exact meal I was interested in at Hells Kitchen



This is a common tactic in Disney World, too.

There'll be a fancy, popular restaurant that you need a reservation for months in advance, but right next door there'll be a lounge or a cafe where you can just walk in and order off of almost the exact same menu.
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April 26th, 2019 at 7:09:57 PM permalink
It's so weird to me that people come all the way to Vegas and seemingly make a deliberate effort to avoid eating all of the awesome food, by doing stuff like just eating at buffets. Anyway...

I've come to the conclusion that the Oyster Bar at Palace is the top dining destination for most visitors. It's very good, it's not expensive.

But the main thing is that the pan roast is a true Vegas dish. It was created here. You probably won't find it anywhere else. It might become one of your favorite dishes of all time.


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Probably the worst restaurant on the strip. The food doesn't taste freshly made. It's like eating at Chilis. Going here with 100 outstanding places crammed into such a small area is a horrific mistake and a crime.

If you want heavy/greasy walk 1000 feet over to Yardbird. Southern food. Really good. Tastes like fresh ingredients, rather than something that was made a week ago and microwaved.
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April 27th, 2019 at 9:43:49 AM permalink
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But the main thing is that the pan roast is a true Vegas dish. It was created here. You probably won't find it anywhere else. It might become one of your favorite dishes of all time.



If you get up to Reno, try the pan roast at Silver Legacy. That is one of my favorite foods anywhere.
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April 27th, 2019 at 10:00:26 PM permalink
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If you get up to Reno, try the pan roast at Silver Legacy. That is one of my favorite foods anywhere.

What the hell is pan roast?
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April 29th, 2019 at 12:05:49 AM permalink
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What the hell is pan roast?



How the hell you been in Vegas so long and not been to the oyster bar?


It is kind of like gumbo. But the base is a Brandy and cream sauce, with various pieces of seafood, served over rice.
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April 29th, 2019 at 12:24:28 AM permalink
Oysters in the middle of the desert just seems really wrong. Maybe it's just me.

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