The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas
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- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasCommunity ManagerAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 4
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 VegasFirst to Review
I like Kevin's review about a 'no Wynn' situation and I can't agree more. This place looks very nice and carries a nice price tag as well. For almost $30/person on weekends before tax and tip, you can enjoy an all you can eat champagne lunch.
So you're expecting some big meats and seafood or at least some specialty right? Well you might be in for a surprise. Overall it wasn't like the food was bad, but it just didn't live up to the expectation or its hefty price tag. For $25.99 you can have the same champagne brunch at the Paris buffet with far more variety and the only downside being un-peeled but very easily peeled shrimp. The Wynn had large tiger prawns for their cocktail shrimp, peeled of course, and prime rib but I was expecting some crab legs or more delightful meats. The only thing I really walked away with was a lack of appetizing food variety and lots of alcohol. Not really how I wanted to enjoy my buffet. I think for the price there are better places out there no matter what kind of buffet food you're into.
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodiesHistory Buffs
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+ 6
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 EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7
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 Vegas
I like this buffet, it's solid, but it's quite pricey and the wait is long. Although it's open from 8AM to 10PM, I've always seen it filled with lines. I believe their lunch is around $20, and their dinner is just under $30. Their mimosa brunch on the weekend is $30.
One of the better buffet options in Las Vegas, but don't forget, it is a buffet after all, so the quality isn't superb.
- The Buffet at Wynn Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5
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.