Feast Buffet at Red Rock

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11015 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV, USA

Feast Buffet at Red Rock Las Vegas Reviews

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Excellent Food & Excellent Value Jan 13, 2015
Wow, the Red Rock buffet has improved a lot recently! I don't know if there's a new food and beverage person in charge, but what a difference! I've eaten at this location many times over the years and the quality had declined over the last year but now all of a sudden, it's back on top. This is one of the better Station Casinos buffets. I usually dine here for dinner so that will be the focus of my review.

The salad bar is extensive and is the best feature of this buffet. There are quality toppings to make your own creation (from crumbled real blue cheese to grilled fresh asparagus) and there are also some really fancy pre-made salads (the roasted vegetable with farro is my favorite). If you dine here and only eat salad, you'll be pleased and will still get your money's worth!

The reason this buffet is tops with me is the abundance of vegetables. Most buffets "cheap out" by filling most of their trays with simple carbs like potatoes, fries, rice and the like. Not here. On my most recent visit, I ate curried cauliflower, steamed broccoli, sauteed green beans, Southern collard greens, garlic brussels sprouts, zucchini, roasted peppers, grilled asparagus and more. It is a veggie lover's dream! Vegetarians should find plenty to enjoy here. Meat eaters, you aren't left out either! There are always several carved meats, tacos, pizza, shrimp cocktail, sushi and more.

I'm also a huge fan of their desserts. They have the standard soft serve ice cream machine but there's also a hand-dipped ice cream counter and an extensive sugar free section with delicious sugar free pies (coconut cream, chocolate, cherry, pumpkin, marbled cheesecake and more). Ask at the dessert counter for a fresh slice right out of the case.

The lines here can get outrageous any time of the day, so be prepared to wait. Even the VIP players card and hotel guest lines are long. The staff work as quickly as possible to seat everyone but even with a large dining space, they seem overwhelmed. Prices are reasonable (sign up for a free players card to get a discount) and include non-alcoholic beverages and all food on the buffet (bring cash because the price does not include gratuity).
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