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the Bellagio Buffet

This Buffet is the best in town for the price.

The freshest ingredients are brought together in an exciting display of taste and talent at the superb
Buffet Bellagio. The Buffet incorporates several live-action cooking stations and a level of food quality and presentation not currently experienced in Las Vegas. Guests may choose from the best of Italian, Japanese, Chinese, seafood and American cuisines, offered daily, or enjoy an exquisite champagne brunch on the weekend. Buffet Bellagio is a non-smoking facility.

Sample Reviews:
Jane P. from North Carolina 11/20/2009 Rating: 4 stars
Best buffet in Vegas....hands down.
Better quality and selection than the Wynn, and cheap at 35.95.

Must eat the Kobe prime rib, beef wellington, sushi (although the rice is packed tight that it looks
like a one piece), chocolate covered strawberries.

The service is good.....they take the plates fast and re-fill your drinks quickly (probably to fill your

Overall it is excellent, and the best buffet in vegas.   The Wynn is more expensive, and the other lower
end buffets are not that much cheaper...7 to 10 bucks cheaper?  So you might as well shell out an extra 10 bucks to eat the best in vegas. If you don't want to wait in line, then you probably want to go later in the day...after 8ish.

#2  Ashley H. from Tampa, Florida 11/22/2009 Rating: 5 stars
My favorite Buffet in Vegas hands down!
I guess I should have written this a while ago. However, the Buffet came to mind when recommending it to
others recently.

On our trip to Las Vegas this past Spring, we stopped in at the Bellagio Buffet as it was close by to
the theatre where we had tickets to see "O". I was very ill, and did not feel much like eating. But, I needed something in my stomach to offset the Day-Quil, etc.

When we were seated, the waiter took pity on
me and aimed me toward the soup station. What was originally going to be a chicken noodle soup experience turned out to be every kind of soup to choose from that I could possibly imagine.

I had a sampling of six hearty and flavorful soups, and that drummed up my appetite for a round of
sushi, and a stop for gelato with a small dessert.

They have everything on the buffet that can be imagined. Most people head straight for the prime rib,
but there is a whole section of fish dishes, salads, sushi, and really beautiful desserts.

I wish I had
been in better form during my visit so I could have fully enjoyed more selections, but what I did have was perfect.

The staff was super friendly and made me feel a little better if just for a while.

Hours of Operation:
  Monday - Friday,
  7:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
  Monday - Friday,
  11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
  Sunday - Thursday,
  4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Gourmet dinner
  Friday & Saturday
  4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Champagne brunch
  Saturday & Sunday
  7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Reservations: Not required

Children ages three and under are free. Tax and gratuity are not included unless otherwise noted. For parties of 8 or more, an 18% gratuity will automatically be added.