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Feast Buffet

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Location: Red Rock Resort
Address: 11011 West Charleston Blvd
City: Las Vegas
Area: Off Strip
Phone: 702/797-7777
Official Web Site
Comments: Champagne Brunch is the same price with or without champagne.



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Meals:
Breakfast Price Club-Member Price
Mon-Sat 8 am to 11 am $9.99 $6.99
Lunch    
Mon-Sat 11 am to 3 pm $11.99 $8.99
Brunch    
Sun - Champagne Brunch 8 am to 3 pm $18.99 $13.99
Jacques Bonet Champagne Served.
Dinner    
Sat - Prime Rib Dinner 4 pm to 9 pm $21.99 $16.99
Sun-Fri 4 pm to 9 pm $18.99 $13.99


Overall Rating:
  • Currently 2/5

2/5 Rating

Comments (7 comments):
Not worth a long drive - westie (11/03/2014) - 2.5 out of 5 stars
I had a MyVegas reward for 2 free lunch or breakfast buffet so we decided to stop in for breakfast before continuing on to Red Rock Canyon. I began with an assortment of fresh melon, strawberry yogurt and OJ. My second plate was limited to a Mexican tart topped with taco meat and salsa on an inedible base. I fared better with plate #3 by ordering a thin spinach omelet, though the chef forgot the requested cheese, plus a dollop of corned beef hash and breakfast potatoes. Plate #4 consisted of a small taste of 2 salads, watermelon/tomato and a very blah, jicama. Overall I found the room out shined the pedestrian food so I would bother to return unless I was otherwise in the neighborhood.

Brunch - foghorn (09/04/2014) - 1 out of 5 stars
Not organized. Spotty cold food on the Chinese line. Stay away.

- XianOrange (08/06/2014) - 2.5 out of 5 stars
We always eat breakfast here, it's good, but when we went and eat lunch, the ASIAN buffet part my lord there's no taste at all. their orange chicken it's all flour ( chicken is so cheap ) I don't know I think they have to talk to the asian chef.

Prime Rib - chazbean (03/22/2014) - 2.5 out of 5 stars
We went to the Prime rib special today and i was annoyed that they only had 1 station open for the rib which was busy. I would think they would have 2 stations open. They should also close the dining area a 1 hr before the next meal starts to clean the tables and get everything in order.

Below Mediocre - Tom and Linda (08/13/2013) - 1.5 out of 5 stars
After several less than favorable visits about a year ago, we decided to re-try what used to be an excellent buffet. Were not really surprised to be disappointed again. At just before 2pm on a Tuesday, we had to wait 45 minutes to get in. There appeared to be adequate friendly wait staff this time, but the food was abysmal. The choices were somewhat limited and when items ran out, it took a while for them to be replenished. I'm giving a 1.5 because there seemed to actually be attentive waiters this visit.

Breakfast - KENVILLAGE (07/07/2013) - 4 out of 5 stars
Breakfast is outstanding , especially with the Station's new prices.

Seafood buffet - westie (07/02/2013) - 1.5 out of 5 stars
Stations recently re-introduced a Friday night seafood buffet at both GVR and Red Rock. Our dinner choice was the recently re-introduced Friday night seafood buffet at Red Rock. I was conflicted because I like seafood, but a) I do not usually enjoy lunch/dinner buffets, b) seafood in buffets is typically overcooked and c) I tend to make a pig of myself at buffets. Thanks to a) and b), c) did not happen this evening. The variety of seafood offered was surprisingly limited and almost everything turned out to be overcooked. I started out with cocktail shrimp that were undersized and most likely farmed raised in some far away land plus a few hush puppies that were drier than dirt. Dishes were not turning over and when something ran out, the staff was slow to replenish. The one item that turned over quickly was the hot snow crab legs, but these were on the skimpy side and tended to be overcooked. I tried stuffed salmon that was very tasty, but it too was overcooked. The one seafood offering that was undercooked was manilla clams in a Thai green curry sauce with most of them being unopened and uneaten. I did not fare much better with my veggies: a couple of half decent salads, overcooked broccoli rabe and Chinese broccoli that was tougher than Mike Tyson in his heyday. Shall we discuss the desserts? Suffice it to say, the best choice proved to be the ice cream. The on saving grace was I used the MRB's 2/1 coupon.

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