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Spice Market Buffet
Eclectic Restaurant$$
Today 7:00 am – 11:00 pm
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3667 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
3667 S Las Vegas BlvdUSNVLas Vegas89109
$$Eclectic Restaurant, Buffet RestaurantToday 7:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 7:00 am – 11:00 pm
Satisfy a group of the most diverse tastes at this regionally eclectic Las Vegas buffet. Find Middle Eastern, Asian, American cuisines and more. Don't forget dessert and more dessert!
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In addition to familiar buffet options, there's a Middle Eastern station & cotton candy at lunch.- Google
People talk about cotton candy, all you can eat, prime rib, snow crab legs and tandoori chicken
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Jin Lee
reviewed 5 months ago
I had a food poisoning from the dinner buffet .Also, My husband had suffered from diarrhea. Our 23rd wedding anniversary turned out miserable experience from the dinner which we got from the Groupon deal. About 20 minutes after dinner, the hives started from around my mouth and face. When we got beck to the hotel, the rashes were so feverish and had a huge swollen tongue. However, I couldn't right back to the Spice Market because we had a reservation for the special show which we came Las Vegas for from State of Washington. I took several pictures and drunk a lot of water. After the 2 hour show it became little better,so I went to sleep.Next morning, 80% of hives gone,but I noticed my upper side of tongue was blackish and had blisters on lip. I had 2 mussels, 4 crab legs and 2 spoonful of clam chowder addition to my husband had. I never had had a sickness like this before with food. Staffs seemed working hard with so many people.
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Mandeep Kaur
reviewed 8 months ago
Was very disappointed to see they don't have variety in their buffet. Seems like we overpaid even with the Groupon deal. I only eat chicken out of all meats. So it was weird and annoying they only had 1 chicken item. Desserts were mostly variety of cupcakes and cheap icecream. In the salad they didn't had variety. Only had fruits/ fruit salad along with lettuce that you can add some dressings on. Bread was dry and cold. Usually buffets are meant for having variety for you to try, but unfortunately this place lacked variety. At first you have to waiting line and then you don't have much choices if you don't eat all kind of meat. Not worth at all if you are a vegetarian.
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Melvin Mitchell
reviewed a year ago
If you like long lines, poor service and bad food then this is the place for you. First you have to stand in a cattle chute to get in and pay then stand in another cattle chute waiting to be seated by staff that disappears regularly. After being seated you have to wait for your silverware (or eat with your fingers as we did) and they may come by in 30 minutes or so to bring you a drink (tea). Better make your drink last because you wont see the waiter again. The food was dry over cooked and tastless, yes there were a very few palatable choice but they were few and far between, perhaps 3 in the whole place. Overall it was the worst dining experience I have ever had in Las Vegas and I lived there for several years in the mid 90s and experienced the circus circus buffet in 1993.
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Lee Dar
reviewed 3 months ago
Outstanding! Would definitely do again. Great to enjoy some middle eastern food (hummus, naan, kabobs, and other delicious dishes) with other ethnic foods.
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Sylvain Chenier
reviewed 11 months ago
Just came back from Vegas. Hate at the Spice Market Buffet twice because I got 2 Groupon deals. I bought these because I was staying at the Planet Hollywood Hotel and the reviews I saw here and the almost 4 stars it had. Unfortunately it's far from being a 3 to 4 star buffet. Even with the 36$ tag for two people, I probably over paid by 34$. The meat was incredibly dry, the variety was non-existent from all the station they had. The soups were horrible and this was chicken noodle and some tomato basil thing.. Now I went back the second day because I told myself I bought the groupon, but also to give them a second chance.. Wow.. Don't know what was worst, the first or second day. And by the way, if you are a cupcake lover, you'll like the deserts, but if you don't like cupcakes (like us) you have about 4 choices of deserts. Don't know why a buffet would make 70 different cupcakes out of a max of 75 deserts. This was bad... The guy who brought us to our table said "Ok, sorry about your experience last time, I'll make sure to see you again during your lunch to make sure all is good this time around." since I was honest with him when he asked If we had been there and if we liked it .. He disappeared and never was seen after. Our waiter came to our table once for the drinks, and then never came back to get the dishes. We had dirty dishes on our table for the remainder of our lunch. I tipped.. And I don't know why.. They deserved not one penny for the service. This restaurant is to be forgotten and be closed down. They need a chef who knows how to cook pasta, meat, and Asian food. The Mexican food was so soggy they had a layer of grease and oil over what looked like the beans. It was awful. Stay clear of it!!!!
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Fuzzy Navels
reviewed a year ago
For the price, you can do better. The Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood Casino is on the low end of the higher end buffets. For only a few more dollars, you can head down the road to have food that's pleasantly presented and tastes fresh at the Wynn (instead of the mess and blandness presented in this basement Planet Hollywood location). The mashed potatoes were one highlight I found when reviewing the Spice Market Buffet for the FuzzyNavels site, but when was the last time you heard someone exclaim, "you just have to go to (that buffet). The mashed potatoes were excellent." Hardly a reason to spend the bucks and stand in line. For around $30 for dinner, you could certainly do a lot better (and cheaper) at P.F. Chang's. It's just footsteps away in Planet Hollywood and will likely be familiar since they have 200+ other locations. If you're wanting something new and Vegas-y, Gordon Ramsay's BurGR is just footsteps away as well. I had a "farm burger" there that was divine : it was expertly grilled and had duck breast bacon, cheddar cheese, and a fried egg on top.
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