One of the most diverse buffets on the Strip boasts a raw bar, an extensive selection of Asian soups and dim sum and a Tandoor oven for fresh-baked naan-bread. 702–590-8630.
From smoked meats to delicate deserts – and VIP reservation packages with speciality CV towels – this beast is still the most talked about buffet in Las Vegas. Caesar’s Palace, 702–731–7928
The locals favourite is known for its weekend seafood dinner is Friday prime rib branch, along with its stellar service and friendly prices. M resort, 702–797–1000
Is the buffet as fancy as everything else at Wynn? Of course. And with 15 cooking stations, rotisserie and imported charcuterie, it tastes as good as it looks. 702–770–3340
Long a buffet standard – bearer, Bellagio just added a selection of dishes from other resort restaurants, like chicken pad Thai from Noodles and Sardinian the gnocchetti with pork sausage from Largo. 866–259–7111