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The Buffet at Wynn
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Today 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM
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Wynn Las Vegas 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
3131 South Las Vegas BoulevardUSNevadaLas Vegas89109
$$$Buffet RestaurantToday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PMWednesday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PMThursday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PMFriday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PMSaturday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PMSunday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PMMonday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM
The Buffet’s live-action cooking stations showcase over 120 new dishes from the world over, each artfully prepared with all-new, innovative presentations.
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Luxurious all-you-can-eat option with carving & seafood stations plus splashy decor.- Google
"Crab legs, oysters, prime rib, sushi, fried chicken."
"It felt like you were walking into a 2 star hotel buffet not a 5 star."
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Mady Jatta
in the last week
Bit too expensive but they have a wide selection of food and dessert. The service was very fast considering the popularity of buffet in general. The staff was very effective in getting people seated. The food was great and so as the service.
Tony Mayes
2 months ago
Low on selections of proteins. Mostly cheap carb high calorie foods to fill you up at a premium price. The rib eye is the only edible meat from their array of dishes and it's worse than an cheap steak at Outback. Fyi don't expect to eat here while wearing a comfortable tank top in the intense Vegas heat. No tank tops allowed for men, but expect to see lots of hoochies wearing nothing at all..... Don't worry though, if you are wearing a tank top they have the ugliest shirt known to man that they can sell you on the spot for about $15. Regretting not going to Bacchanal at Caesar's
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Amanda Ehrhardt
3 months ago
Third time isn't the charm! I really hate to do this because this was my third time to eat at The Wynn Buffet over the past few years and the first 2 were pleasant experiences. However, I ate there yesterday for lunch (my only meal yesterday because I was so nauseous afterward) and became VIOLENTLY ILL. I've never felt so bad in my entire life. I had to reschedule my flight back home and stay another night in my hotel because I couldn't trust I wouldn't get sick on the plane. So not only did I get terribly sick, I get to go home $400 over budget all for a subpar meal! I'll be staying far away from The Buffet from now on!
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SS Harri
3 months ago
Wynn This was the first time for my husband and I eating at 'The Buffet' at the Wynn and after reading reviews were excited to try it (We were staying at the Wynn for 3 nights for part of our honeymoon). Entrance was inviting beautiful flowers, tables and chairs looked the part. As you were taken round the corner the tables, chairs and carpet looked a drab. It felt like you were walking into a 2 star hotel buffet not a 5 star. Tables and seating areas looked tired and worn, everything about it looked un-smart and dated. I was So disappointed with this buffet!!! Food was not good at all, a few things looked tasty but when you went to eat them they were tasteless and horrible, a lot of food items tasted like it had been standing around too long, un-fresh, nothing stood out or excited you, also something I went to eat tasted funny/off. Nothing really jumped out at me with excitement. Desserts were all show too, looked great but really didn't taste too good. Verdict Won't be eating here again, glad we didn't win a free buffet in the hotel. Over rated and over priced!!!!!! Love the hotel, buffet needs a refurb and new chefs. PLUS: The Ladies in pink who showed you to your seat looked very smart and servers were very helpful and kept eating areas clean. Recommend 'Mirage and Cosmopolitan buffets. 1 of other thing, My husband and I very nearly held our wedding reception here at 'the buffet' 14 days ago. We ended up choosing the wicked spoon in the end at the cosmopolitan (decor and ambience excellent, a restaurant feel, food was excellent! (Little bit pricier though!)
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Kayla Barnfather
a month ago
My fiance and I went here on a Sunday morning brunch and let me tell you, we have never been to a worse buffet in our lives!!! I have been to plenty of buffets and never complained once (Including Hometown Buffet!!!) I absolutely love crab legs and the first one I broke into the meat was yellow!!! I figured maybe it was just a bad piece, but that wasn't the case. The only thing that was eatable was the fruit and the salad, which is all we ate. Within 30 minutes of us eating here we both felt sick to our stomachs. It's Vegas so anything could have caused this, but I think it is too much of a coincidence. We paid $50 for the 2 of us and let me tell you, I still wouldn't eat there even if it were for free!!! Save your money and make the trip to MGM Grand Buffet, the food there is a thousand times better!!!
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Derek Ross
2 weeks ago
This is by far the best buffet in Las Vegas. You'll find amazing, delicious food here. It's worth the price.
Charlene Kurth
3 months ago
Wynn Buffet* report: *From a vegan's perspective Price: C- ($$) The $45/ person price tag is probably a steal for meat eaters, maybe even vegetarians. Crab legs, oysters, prime rib, sushi, fried chicken... I could go on. But maybe not entirely worth it for a vegan. If you can justify the price for the experience rather than actual food consumption you might have an easier time shelling over the cash. Variety: B- There was a decent amount of vegan options at best. For all the hype, from vegan bloggers, you would've thought they had tons of options. Salad bar was minimal and there wasn't a single vegan soup, even the minestrone had meat. Lots of Asian (typical) and they had vegan spring rolls... um YUM! But you'd think they would have taken advantage of some quick wins. Street taco station but no tofu or veggie options! They did have some veggie dishes, roasted carrots, broccoli rabe, etc. But again, missed out on some quick wins for vegan's, why not leave the bacon OFF the veggie dish? They did have 3 options for vegan dessert though, assorted sorbet, a soy-based ice cream, and a vegan passion fruit tapioca parfait. Nothing chocolate or baked. Bummer. Quality: A While there wasn't a "buffet-load" of options for vegans, the food we did eat was delicious. I mainly stuck to the same few items and ate just enough to feel satisfied that I somewhat got my money's worth but didn't hate myself for it. My plates consisted of veggie lo mien, vegan spring rolls, spicy green bean and tofu, veggie sushi, Spanish rice (I love me some rice), and a spring pea salad. For dessert: one parfait (it was miniature) and a small scoop of soy mint chocolate chip ice cream. Informational: C- I know Steve Wynn doesn't personally oversee the Wynn Buffet food labeling, but being a vegan you'd think he would appreciate the importance of labeling food. It appeared as if they started the process of identifying allergens or calling out vegan options and then decided to quit halfway through. There would be one label that specially called out Dairy and then another right next to it that had nothing in the name that would explicitly make a person assume it had dairy and no dairy label, but when I asked the attendant they said it had butter. There would be a few items that said vegan on the label and then others that would be (or at least very much appear to be) that would NOT be labeled vegan. All or nothing , I say... Because if you only label some things I'm scared to eat anything that's not labeled vegan. And as much as I would've loved to devour at plate of vegan spring rolls and vegan passion fruit parfait... I have to assume that the lettuce and other salad options were vegan as well. If not, what did you do the lettuce? Overall: B- If you're looking for a "Vegas buffet" experience, I'd say it's a good options for vegans. If you're looking for great vegan food, I'd say you're better off going to one of the many great restaurants that while not offering a wide selection, have fantastic vegan (or easily made vegan, vegetarian) food.
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in the last week
I want to introduce a new technology named a restaurant pager to this $$$ expensive restaurant. Making customers to wait for 3 hours with out chairs is not acceptable with their price! Also their menus were not that much variety even in the thanks giving special dinner!


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