They have a seafood stations featuring Split Crab Legs, Peel-n-Eat Shrimp, Seafood Ceviche,
and fresh assortment of sushi. There is herb crusted and Prime rib of beef and seasoned Turkey
Breast. A salsa bar with fresh flour and corn tortillas. A variety of Italian, Mexican and comfort food hot selections to include our wild mushroom ravioli and stuffed manicotti. The complete dessert station... "Something for everyone!"
Vegetarian selections to include roasted red herb buttered potatoes, steamed seasonal vegetables
New Asian Line to include sesame balls , chicken pot stickers, assorted Dim sum, tofu stir fry, mini spring rolls, tempura vegetables, Asian noodles, miso soup station.
Hand tossed fresh pizzas to include vegetable pizza, cheese pizza and Italian meat pizza.
And finally a build your own salad bar
Favorite Dish: The Crab was delicious. Loved the asian line and the salad bar. There is no limit you can go back as many times as your belly can hold.
We stayed at the MGM Grand when in Vegas and decided to try the dinner buffet. It wasn't particularly cheap from what I remember (not sure of exact price) but if you have a large appetite its pretty good. The only other buffet we tried during our stay was the lunchtime one at The Flamingo, which was cheaper but had less choice of food.
Food selection was good, atmosphere was fine and I don't think we waited too long for a table.
Favorite Dish: I can't remember what I ate here, probably a random mixture of things that I fancied at the time! :)
We tried this buffet for breakfast but got there around the time they started serving lunch, so we got to try a bit of each. The only downer was a really long line, even when you got inside the buffet the individual stations had lines. I remember being so hungry I was beyond cranky, which may have made the lines seem longer than what they really are.
But the food was good, and the selection was really great. In particular, their dessert selection was better than any other buffet I've been to in Vegas.
Favorite Dish: I fell in love on this trip... with a dessert from the MGM Grand Buffet. I tried about a half dozen desserts, but one was an orange custard with dark chocolate topping. At least that's what I think it was. I have never had anything quite like it. It was so good I went back and had a second one, no matter how tight my pants got.
We tried the breakfast buffet. There were short lines and we soon got a table. I've heard the lines can be long and slow so I was pleasantly surprised of the short waiting time. We got a small table, it was okay, but I would prefer bigger tables.. even though we were only two people. The food was quite good, bacon, egg, fruit, ham .. and so on. I preferred the bread pudding and the french toast. I wasn't overimpressed by the food but it is value for money, and if you're hungry this is the place to go!
Favorite Dish: Fruit and bread pudding, I have a sweet tooth!
there is almost too much food to choose from at the MGM Grand buffet. All different kinds of food are represented. There is a huge dessert bar, a mexican food booth, prime rib, rack of lamb, a seafood section, and salad bar. It is slightly on the expensive side at $27.99 so its doubtful you'll be eating there too often but its a great way to get a taste of what a las vegas buffet is all about
Anything and everything there....all you can eat. Drinks not incl. Eat only late lunch or dinner there...lunch you get the good rate and food...dont eat breakfast there...cery expensive for the food youll eat...take a walk down the strip, go to dennys OR if you want to spend the money go to a themed restaurant or hotel ad spend the money for the surroudings and setting.
Favorite Dish: Sushi, good selection...prime rib....and well seafood...all types, crabs legs too.
A very wide selection of food. Dungeness (I think) crab legs, prime rib, and a wide selection of salads and vegetable side dishes. The buffet can get quite crowded, and they seem to have difficulty seating larger than parties of 5. Waits can seem to take forever. I think they've raised their prices recently, and it no longer seems to be worth the high rate they charge for dinner.
Favorite Dish: They had a roasted asparagus last time that was done perfectly. The crab legs were also unique.
Looking for a great buffet? Look no further. MGM has one of the biggest and best buffets in sin city. They have every food u can imagine. Name something, and i will tell u if they have it..... Yup they have that. Its not the cheapest but its well worth it. It runs on average about 25 bucks, and worth every penny. Take it from me, MGM Buffet is the way to go!
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The food here was bloody gorgeous, an excellent choice, and sitting here thinking about it now is making my mouth water. I had been advised that this was a buffet not to be missed and it was exceptional. One of the more expensive buffets, but worth every penny.
Favorite Dish: Fave dish? I was happy with all of them!!!
We checked into the MGM Grand and were a bit exhausted and hungry from all the driving on a Friday afternoon. Fortunately for us, this place has one of the, imo, better buffets along the strip. We must've arrived at the buffet around 8:30 or so, but the place wasn't packed at all for dinner on that Friday. They have a generous selection of salads, entrees and mostly American + pasta and some small Mexican dishes. i believe i tried the lamb and crab which were v. good. my friend (who's from japan) absolutely loved the place and was pretty stuffed after the experience.
On Sunday we had the champaigne brunch. For some reason, I felt this was a step up in terms of the breakfast buffets I've had in Vegas. One of the most notable things is the made-to-order omellets. Just really fresh. There was a line that day but it moved fast and we didn't have to fight over anything. The whole place has a nice atmosphere and you feel very comfortable in the expansive seating.
Also, the french toast, cheese blintz were excellent. I was extremely pleased with the experience and feeling. The taste is really good and while not offering anything particularly special, this place doesn't have anything offending either. They just do what they do well.
Favorite Dish: Made-to-order omellets, french toast and cheese blintz.
The MGM Grand Buffet is a little pricey if you think back to all the cheap buffet signs you see around town ... but it worth the money.
We only ate there for breakfast on two mornings and were surprised on all the choices. You can have waffles, quiche, many different egg dishes ... just to name a few!
There's almost always a line, but the line moves quickly. You'll have better luck getting seated faster if you're in a small group. A line isn't always a bad thing, either. We had some great conversations with the people we stood in line with!
Favorite Dish: I'm a sucker for the home fries.