The Buffet - Wynn Buffet

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Breakfast: Mon- Fri: 8:00 am - 10:30 am, Lunch: Mon- Friday: 11:00 am - 3:30 pm, Dinner: Mon- Thurs: 3:30 pm - 10:00 pm, Fri & Sat: 3:30 pm - 10:30 pm, Sun: 3:30 pm - 10:00 pm, Champagne Brunch: Sat & Sun: 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
  • 3131 Las Vegas Blvd. South

    Las Vegas, NV 89109

    Map & Directions
  • 702-770-7000

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  • Brunch
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I would like to point out something that I dont hear from anyone about the buffet at Wynn. If you notice the size of the portions that are made are very small in small pans unlike other buffets which have large pans. Why is this awesome to have small containers?? You know that only 3-5 people can scoop something out which makes the food more fresh. It doesn't just sit there waiting for the 30th person to empty the pan before a fresh batch is made or even worse new mixed with the old batch. I would definitly go to the wynn buffet before all these oversized pan factorys selling dried out food. Just my opinion

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★★★★★

I would like to point out something that I dont hear from anyone about the buffet at Wynn. If you notice the size of the portions that are made are very small in small pans unlike other buffets which have large pans. Why is this awesome to have small containers?? You know that only 3-5 people can scoop something out which makes the food more fresh. It doesn't just sit there waiting for the 30th person to empty the pan before a fresh batch is made or even worse new mixed with the old batch. I would definitly go to the wynn buffet before all these oversized pan factorys selling dried out food. Just my opinion

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I went to two buffets on my trip to Vegas, the Bellagio and the Wynn. Both were rumored to be excellent, and I would agree with that assessment -- but the Wynn was far better than the Bellagio. Although the Bellagio trumped the Wynn in terms of size and number of different dishes, the quality of the food and ambiance at the Wynn was far superior. Not to say that the Wynn was small, either -- the buffet was incredibly extensive and varied enough to meet my every craving. It's well worth the wait and the price!

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I went to two buffets on my trip to Vegas, the Bellagio and the Wynn. Both were rumored to be excellent, and I would agree with that assessment -- but the Wynn was far better than the Bellagio. Although the Bellagio trumped the Wynn in terms of size and number of different dishes, the quality of the food and ambiance at the Wynn was far superior. Not to say that the Wynn was small, either -- the buffet was incredibly extensive and varied enough to meet my every craving. It's well worth the wait and the price!

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This is the reason that you go to Vegas. The Wynn has the best buffet in the area. The elegant selections are endless and the atmosphere is breathtaking.

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This is the reason that you go to Vegas. The Wynn has the best buffet in the area. The elegant selections are endless and the atmosphere is breathtaking.

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Like the previous reviewer mentioned, its more about quantity than quality. There is a wide range of food--Chinese to Mexican to Italian etc. It's a little expensive, which ranges from 30-40 bucks per person. However, I really like their king crab legs.It's already opened up for you. It's definitely worth it if you eat that and the cocktail shrimp. The rest of the food was okay. The best dessert there is the creme brulee. The wait is pretty long during brunch (almost an hour). The atmosphere is very inviting and elegant for a buffet, which is always good.

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★★★☆☆

Like the previous reviewer mentioned, its more about quantity than quality. There is a wide range of food--Chinese to Mexican to Italian etc. It's a little expensive, which ranges from 30-40 bucks per person. However, I really like their king crab legs.It's already opened up for you. It's definitely worth it if you eat that and the cocktail shrimp. The rest of the food was okay. The best dessert there is the creme brulee. The wait is pretty long during brunch (almost an hour). The atmosphere is very inviting and elegant for a buffet, which is always good.

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Let's say, if you are really hungry or you care about the quantity rather than quality of food, then, check out this place. We went once, that was enough.

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Let's say, if you are really hungry or you care about the quantity rather than quality of food, then, check out this place. We went once, that was enough.

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Sixteen live-action cooking stations and a sumptuous array of extraordinary dishes will redefine your notion of buffet dining; tastefully conquering breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend Champagne brunch. - Live Cooking Stations, Desserts, Salads

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