Paris Buffet was one of my favorites before the expense Wynn Buffet opened up. A surprising variety of dishes you didn't get at most buffets.Quote: Wulfgar1224
Are there any opinions on the Paris buffet? It is one of the few major ones on the strip that I haven't tried. I was thinking of hitting it up when I go this March. But, looking through the thread, I haven't seen one person mention it. Is it not good bang for the buck? Or, is it just lousy? Mediocre? I was just curious about opinions.
I hear really good things about Red Rock from AP's and poker players.Quote: tringlomane
Aria has been our go to lunch buffet in recent trips (partly thanks to myVegas). We have thought it was pretty good for the price on the strip. We think it is better than Wicked Spoon, which was a bit too exotic for us at least when we tried it.
Also even though the Station buffets were slammed earlier. I think Red Rock and GVR (owned by Stations) are actually pretty good, and very good considering the price.
We almost tried Riviera in Dec. 2011 once because they offered a free buffet for new members. I initially agreed to it, but thought we should check it out first. When I saw one person in there...I changed my mind. Probably the right move it sounds like...
Palace Station Charcoal Room has fantastic scallops - appetizer dish (May 4, 2006).Quote: AxelWolf
I heard Palace Station and possibly others are upgrading their buffets.
I think they shut down the Broiler steakhouse at Palace Station.
I dislike most seafood, always have. Scallops and lobster in on that list. I do like Shrimp and clam chowder, but that's about it.Quote: mamat
Palace Station Charcoal Room has fantastic scallops - appetizer dish (May 4, 2006).
Darn shame. Palace Station's scallops were the best food I had on that 3 week visit to Vegas.Quote: AxelWolf
I dislike most seafood, always have. Scallops and lobster in on that list. I do like Shrimp and clam chowder, but that's about it.