Stay far far away from the Palace Station buffet. All Stations buffet meat is subpar. I have often wondered if it is a quality issue or that they just don't know how to cook a piece of meat.
What's with having to ask for "country scrambled" in order to get a real egg in Vegas?
This sounds like a conspiracy.
Interesting. Lots downtowners went there just for the chili. I have had it many times and I thought it was always fairly good. Their snack bar and deli always seemed good and reasonably priced. The burgers were always good too.
Plus one on binions chili and the snack bar in general. Good stuff.
Worst I've had was boulder station buffet. Once for dinner. I couldn't make the 10 minute drive home.
Once for breakfast because how bad can you screw up breakfast? The answer is, real bad.
It never occured to me that the buffet could be as bad as it was. I mean Thursdays at a homeless shelter are always bad news but at least its edible or almost edible. Terribles was worse. I felt cheated and it was free.
That's easy for me to answer. The Guatamalan food joint by UNLV that nearly killed me with food poisoning. Read my blog entry JUST RELEASED FROM THE HOSPITAL for the whole story.
Maybe you should be more open minded, doesn't every restaurant deserve a second chance? j/k
A close second is Samba at Mirage; I felt sick after 15 minutes - I think it was something in the salad.
The worst experience was at a Hash House a Go Go off strip.
I like corned beef hash, and had looked forward to trying their home made variety.
The amount served was copious, but the corned beef was not finely chopped, it was in long strands and quite stringy.
Tasted OK, but a chunk got lodged in my throat and I choked badly for at least five seconds.
My poor long-suffering wife was about to give me the Heimlich maneuver before the offending morsel leaped out of my mouth and onto the table.
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!Quote: Mission146
. I thought the buffet at Main Street Station was okay . . .