The Buffet at The Wynn Restaurant Review, Las Vegas
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The Buffet at The Wynn
3131 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Wynn Buffet has been one of the top buffets in Las Vegas for years. We have been there in the past and went back for dinner. In 2010 we tried their Sunday Brunch.
Decor, Vibe – Massive dining room and buffet area. Whimsical decor with tall floral displays. 16 live action cooking stations. People from all over the US and world were eating. We had to wait about 30 minutes to get in. Wait times can exceed an hour during peak times.
The Buffet at The Wynn has separate stations for Salads, Specialties, Italian, Pizza, Seafood, American, Grill, Asian, Shellfish, Dessert, Sushi, and Chilled Seafood.
Weekend brunch adds Breakfast items, Congee, and Cook to order Omelets.
Wynn Buffet Menu:
Brunch – Breakfast Items
Individually Made Gourmet Salads
Long Lines for Alaskan King Crab
Crack and peel Shrimp
Turkey Carving Station
Excellent Hand Carved Prime Rib
Very Delicious Herb Lamb Loin
Cook to order Noodle Station
Very Good Pizzas
Hummus, Baba Ganoush
Limited Sushi Selection
Gelato and Sorbets
Cup Cakes, Pastries
Made to order Crepes
The Buffet at The Wynn had fair service. It was near closing time and we had to push plates onto other tables, no refills made. On other occasions, the service was better especially when the server saw we prepaid a tip. Prices are higher than at most other buffets, but you do get a lot more quality items. We would rank this #1 Vegas Buffet ahead of Bellagio’s Buffet. At $34.95 – $38.95 for dinner, The Wynn Buffet has higher quality items and a wider selection. No $9.95 buffet can rival the Wynn Buffet. No lobster or sashimi here though. Bally’s Sunday Brunch Sterling Buffet is supposed to be great, but it costs $85.
The best buffets remain Conrad Nicolini’s Sunday Brunch Buffet, Hong Kong, Harbourside Hong Kong, and Ritz Carlton Half Moon Bay. Wynn charge only $7 more for Champagne brunch with unlimited Bloody Mary, Champagne, and mimosas on the weekends.
TIP: Maximize the food selection by arriving shortly before they change dishes from lunch to dinner, or brunch to dinner (3:30pm). You will also save money. Kid’s half priced discounts available for those 3 – 8 years old.
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