The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas
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- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Jun 18, 2014
One of the sins of Sin City is certainly gluttony. Time a visit to one of the all-you-can-eat buffets right, and it can serve as breakfast, lunch and dinner, and save you some cash for your nighttime revelry later. The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas is known as one of the best.Recommended for:
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Mar 12, 2014
My second most favorite buffet to eat at in Vegas! It lost to the Rio Carnival Buffet by just a tad!!! Beautiful décor, great selection of food and the desserts are amazing!! Yuummyyy!! Never ending crab legs, oysters, etc....bring it on...or well...let's go get it!!!!!
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Feb 24, 2013
Lots of choices here, and everything is fresh and properly attended to. I've always gotten excellent service here from the servers - drinks refreshed constantly (fresh orange juice!) The seafood is good - crab legs, yum. The line gets long, so get ready to wait.
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Aug 10, 2013
There are few things I can justify waiting in line for in Vegas. Good food is one of them. After a 45 minute wait in line, we definitely built up a big appetite. I was excited to try the Wynn buffet, especially after running into our friends who were on their way back from the Wynn. They managed to wake up at 9am on Sunday to head over there for brunch. I'm sorry, but I need at least 5 hours of sleep! One of the girls was eating a shiny red candied apple that looked so good. I couldn't believe she got it from the buffet. The Bellagio buffet didn't offer candied apples!
While waiting in line, cocktail waitresses actually came around with little bottles of water, which was greatly appreciated. It helped ease my growling stomach. This time, we decided to do the $30 regular brunch instead of the champagne or Bloody Mary brunch although it was only a few dollars more.
The atrium was nicely lit but the only tables available for two was right by the entrance, so we decided to sit in the main dining area. The nice thing about this buffet was that each area had a sign above it, so it was easy to locate everything. Because when you're hungry and know what you want, you don't want to go around looking for it.
I was really happy with the variety, including the Asian food selections, and the carving station had bacon as well as prime rib. My favorite, of course, was the dessert station which included a variety of homemade ice cream flavors and toppings. The chocolate chip bread pudding was amazing straight out of the oven. All other desserts were ok.
I was really impressed by our server, who was really attentive. Our friends had recommended that we have their hot chocolate, so I made sure to get a cup. It was so good, especially topped with whipped cream.
The couple who we sat next to also raved about the Wynn buffet, telling us that they made it a point to dine there every time they were in town. They said their dinner buffet was better though, just as most buffets are.
We walked out of there with Wynn buffet babies - we were so stuffed!Recommended for:
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasCommunity ManagerAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 4Jul 16, 2012
The Buffet at Wynn totally elevated my expectations for eating crab. They split the crab legs lengthwise, so excessive effort and cracking isn't necessary. Simply stick your fork in and pull the sweet meat out.
Apologies if you're vegetarian/vegan and you're reading this.
The buffet is huge, with lots to sample. The dessert bar is fun, especially since they were sizzling up freshly made banana fosters.
I loved the expression on the face of the Asian tourist next to me as I piled my plate with delicious food. Welcome to America, son.
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesOct 12, 2012
One of the better buffets in Vegas! The moment you walk in, you're taken into a rather whimsical setting with the decor and lights.
It's kind of pricey, but the food is pretty good and there is a pretty extensive selection.
Love the dessert bar too! Crepes made to order, as well as macarons, bread pudding, and other deliciousness.
Friendly service and clean.
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodiesHistory BuffsJul 04, 2012
Decadent and Luxurious, this buffet is definitely up there among the best in Vegas. There's tons of desserts and the quality of the food is very good, but nothing jumped out at me that made me feel it's better than the Buffet at Bellagio or Paris.Recommended for:
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Jul 04, 2012
The food here is better than the buffet at the Bellagio, with a little more variety. Although they also have an extensive dessert bar, I personally prefer the desserts at Bellagio.
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Jul 04, 2012
Price tag on a Monday is $20.99 ($7 extra for bottomless Bloody Marys or Mimosas) and the food items were very appealing.
Table service was fair.
Brunch menu was very good. Had my fair share of seafood. Mmm, snapper, sea bass, mahi mahi . . . yay!
I ate so much, I came home sick. Literally. Note to self: do not mix waffles with sea bass. And pecan bars. Or coffee ice cream. Ew and ugh.
RECOMMEND if the price point is around $20.
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofFamily TravelersNightlife LoversArt & Design LoversOct 22, 2012
Great selection of food, amazing desserts and very quickly seated. Best in large groups to split in to smaller packs to avoid unwanted taxes. Personally loved the seafood, the beef, the pork and pretty much everything I ate. Drinks service was slow, but other than that I have nothing negative to say.
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Jul 04, 2012
Hungry hungry drunks!!!!
The morning after.... scratch that, the mid afternoon after another gathering of prominent SJ folks outside the Wynn, the likes of which has not been seen outside of the 408. Walter had arrived earlier to better partake of the endless sangria and mimosas (I think it cost $8 for that add on). As we rolled up to the arches leading to the line for this roller coaster ride into gastronomy we were greeted with other hungry faces, pleather clad walls and a very peach paint palate that didn't do anything to help me forget about the long line that I was in. If you pay, like everywhere else in Vegas, you can skip ahead of the line and hit that buffet all the faster.
As for the food and other offerings inside... the endless sangria is well worth it. Especially considering that 30 odd yelpers eat that much slower when they drink and make fun of each other over the things witnessed in the previous 72 hours. Hell, it seemed like we were there for almost just as much time eating, drinking, and laughing. It's no joke, if you have the determination, you too can sit there all day and gorge on the varied cornucopia of foods hailing from the ocean, oven, grill, asian, mexican, continental persuasion as well.
Mind you, that the bathroom is outside of the buffet... off to the left.
And yes, they will let you back in.
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Nov 06, 2013
Ever since I heard about the Wynn buffet from my best friend and I was very eager to give it a try. I have been a loyal supporter of the Bellagio buffet for an incredibly long time. While there are numerous buffet restaurants in Vegas, I never felt any of them are comparable to Bellagio in terms of the price/quality ratio.
At around four on a Monday afternoon there were already a short line of people waiting at the restaurant. That was a very promising sign. I wait patiently and was seated in about 15 minutes. Drinks were served promptly.
I quickly walked through the trays of food. The selection is good. They have a good variety of Asian cuisine on top of the usual pasta, cold plates, salad, seafood and craving stations. Of everything I have tried, I was most impressed with the prime rib (I am always partial towards juicy pieces of meat), veal loin and vegetable in yogurt sauce. Overall most of the dishes are on par with Bellagio except for the desserts. Bellagio desserts are top notch while Wynn's were just mediocre at best. The creme brulee was watery at the bottom and the top wasn't fully torched. The dessert was not as delicate as they were in Bellagio. Perhaps it wasn't peak dinner time yet and the food was sitting out a little longer than usual. Still, that was rather unacceptable. If you must know, Wynn does have a slightly better sushi station but I really wouldn't recommend getting sushi at either place unless you like soggy seaweed on dry sushi rice.
For this price range I would still go to Bellagio buffet instead of Wynn.Recommended for:
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- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofFoodiesWellnessLuxury TravelersJul 10, 2014
To check out why all the Americans go crazy about Vegas buffets, we visited Wynn's 'The Buffet'. The weekday price is $ 40, which-in my opinion-is a fair deal. Arriving at the buffet we were just overwhelmed by the neat presentation and the different kitchen styles (Asian, Italian, Grille,...) offered. We went for almost the whole buffet, which was over all very good (especially the seafood and fish dishes). We now totally understand why Americans love the buffets in Vegas. ;)Recommended for:
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMar 24, 2014
Hands down the best buffet in Las Vegas! although it doesn't come cheap, it hovers around the $40+tax. I promise you it is worth the price tag. the decor of the buffet is lovely it really brightens the place. depending on when you go the buffet lines change. When I went I had crab legs. Personally when I go to buffet I already have an idea of what type cuisine I'll go to but for the wynn I wanted to try most if not all cuisines.
it is worth trying once and you will not be disappointed!!Recommended for:
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofBudget TravelersFoodiesNightlife LoversNov 01, 2013
One of the best buffets to hit up on The Strip in my opinion. The line can often feel like waiting around for a ride in a theme park, depending on what day/time you go. The following are the items I enjoyed the most out of what I tried:
- The salmon (Very moist, not dry and flaky.)
- Spicy tuna hand rolls. (So good! I could barely get through two of them because my mouth was on fire.)
- Seafood tart (Basically a mini crab omelet, yet it was a tasty little sucker.)
- Shrimp cocktail (My main buffet staple. A trip to Vegas is not complete unless I have this.)
- Parmigiano Reggiano cheese (I hear this mentioned a lot on Food Network. Now I know why. This can kick my container of Kraft parmesan cheese's butt any day.)
- Kobe beef slider (As one of the girls in my party said, "It was orgasmic!" Yes, yes it was. Kobe burgers are just as good as their steak. But I'm more of a burger person, so this was right up my alley.)
- And the last but definitely not the least *drumroll* dessert.
The latter consisted of plastic shot glasses containing lime and raspberry mousse, tapioca pudding with mango and lychee, pear mousse, and cute little tea cups filled with panna cotta laced with Bailey's. I don't care how full I get at buffets, I will always ALWAYS make room for dessert. Especially at The Buffet. I also put aside a snickerdoodle and a triple chocolate chip cookie for later. They were pheNOMenal as well. 'Til next time TB! =DRecommended for: