Casino food: All you need to know (part 2)

The Buffet at Bellagio

Currently, the Bellagio holds the standard excellence of casino. Its paradise named the Buffet, most famous for cut-to-order sushi and combination of salad selections or caviar, is not strange to elegant excesses. Queue lines are long, so we recommend to avoid peak times on weekends to save a few bucks or choose bar seating when it’s available.

Bacchanal at Caesars Palace

For a truly dining experience holding up to its Roman namesake, Caesars Palace’s buffet has it all to offer guests. Created at no minor expense, the Bacchanal is well-known for its delicacy selection. It offers more than 500 global delights from Pacific oyster dishes to curry soups. For a more all-American experience, try the blackened chicken bites or Texas-smoked brisket. The buffet at Caesars Palace is well worth visiting even for those who aren’t planning to gamble at the casino. It is recommended to check out the Chinese corner that is hidden at the back of the buffet for the shrimp lo Mein.

Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan at Las Vegas

Located next to the Cosmopolitan casino’s fine dining floor, the Wicked Spoon is the favorites of both serious foodies and casual diners. It has set the new standard for casino buffets. Food is served in mini stove pots, or take-out boxes for players on the go. Its menu items range from ratatouille and steamed dumplings, customized Culotte steaks, to Korean kimchi sushi and house wines.

The Buffet at Wynn

The Buffet at Wynn is as spectacular for its rococo and floral designs as it is for its casino food variation. Vegetarians will be happy to know that options are available for them as well. Those who are looking for something heartier must try the Alaskan crab leg plates or beef lasagna. Meanwhile, sugar friends can comfortably find their fix at the bake shop, but be careful to avoid overdosing.