Paula Deen Buffet: Paula Deen Buffet at Harrah's Casino
HUGE buffet - modeled after Paula Deen's home. There was always a line to get in, but it is quite large inside (the website says 560 seats!). The food was very good - I didn't get the "buffet" taste, you know? Food was always fresh, and even something as simple as the macaroni and cheese was incredibly tasty.
Hubby and I were comped (we had points on our Total Rewards players club card), but if we HAD been paying, it was $24.99 per person on Saturday night, which included the sweetest, most wonderful crab legs I can remember eating!
Favorite Dish: Be sure to get the cheese biscuits!
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Courtyard Buffet: Not quite Nevada-sized
The Courtyard Buffet is located in the Gold Strike. Dinner prices are $15, which isn't too bad. There are a few stations that they had - salads, breads, Asian, American. carvery, hot veggies, Southern cooking, and of course, dessert. Most of the food I had was pretty good. The one complaint (coming from someone used to Vegas buffets) is that there simply isn't enough choice. If you don't like fried foods, you're really in a pickle - there was fried fish at the Asian station, fried chicken, and the southern station was almost all fried (Okra, catfish, etc.) Again, what I had was decent enough, but the variety was a little lacking. Desserts are OK - a little dry from being pre-sliced, but there is also self-serve soft serve ice cream to help with that.
The ladies at the register got upset that I charged my tip "Now I'm going to have to run your card again." The greeter also seemed put out that we needed a high chair. We were the only ones in line at the time, so I was a little disappointed with the attitude. The gentelman who got our drinks was much nicer.
Favorite Dish: The Asian station had a fried fish, and a broccoli stir-fry that were both excellent.
The Blue and White: Good Food
Great place to eat for lunch, this is a Tunica standard. It's been around for as long as I can remember and is usually an "after church" visit. Good food and great service. Check 'em out.
Favorite Dish: Sunday Buffet
Tunica's Casino Restaurants
I only spent a couple of days there, so I only got to a few restaurants. The Harrah's buffett was small but decent (I thought it was great since I got a meal comp for my birthday!). We were very happy with the Horseshoe's buffett - it was big with lots of variety (watch the raw oysters, though - they tasted "off" the day we were there). The Hollywood's Diner was good, but nothing out of the ordinary - although I enjoyed the fact that there were a lot of international college students working there. Remember to tip the wait staff, especially if your meal was a comp. Most of these folks do a great job!
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Favorite Dish: SHRIMP COCKTAIL , STEAK AND LOBSTER
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