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Studio B

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Location: M Resort
Address: 12300 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
City: Las Vegas
Area: Off Strip
Phone: 702/797-1000
Official Web Site
Comments:

All meals come with unlimited beer and wine.

Children 4 and under eat free.



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Meals:
Lunch  
Mon-Fri 11 am to 2:30 pm $16.99
Dinner  
Sat & Sun - All-day seafood buffet 11 am to 8 pm $39.99
Fri - Seafood Dinner 2:30 pm to 8 pm $39.99
Mon-Thurs 2:30 pm to 8 pm $23.99


Overall Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5

3.5/5 Rating

Comments (6 comments):
Still the best buffet - iltu66 (06/20/2015) - 5 out of 5 stars
We come to Vegas for 10 years in a row and liked the Wynn`s most - until that abated slightly and at the same time, the M opened. From that time, we liked the M best and always compared with the new high limit buffets that appeared on the scene. We then read the comments to the M with bad evaluations and were afraid that we might have to look for a new favourite buffet, but fortunately we do not need to. The variety may have decreased a little bit (especially at the dessert buffet), but everything they offer is still perfect. So the gap to the 2nd best buffet has become a little bit smaller, but there still is one.

Where's the lox - JP1979 (05/24/2015) - 3 out of 5 stars
I recently used a comp for the seafood buffet, for which, had I been charged, I would have paid $39.99 plus tax. I would have felt cheated. Free, it's ok, but if you pay, go for a regular lunch or dinner buffet and save yourself some $$. There were only a few differences I could discern: lots of split crab legs, mounds of shrimp and a nice display of shucked oysters, plus, possibly a few more fish dishes in the hot food. The biggest omission? Smoked fish--none of any sort (I asked), nor any thing that smacked vaguely of deli fish offerings. No whitefish, no herring, no bagels. Many of us Gentiles love that food, esp w/ a nice glass of champagne. I will say the sparkling wine was several cuts above the usual swill offered at these buffets. Otherwise, the buffet was the same as Wednesday's lunch buffet, which you can get comped by playing yourself to 300 same-day points. A great deal for food that's overall better than most buffets.

seafood - foghorn (02/19/2015) - 2 out of 5 stars
$40 for a seafood BUFFET is a bit much. For that price u can go to a restaurant (Landrys) or for a Buffet how about Main St which is $22 on FRI.

Quality is down - rmoonin (01/10/2015) - 3 out of 5 stars
The M Casino has cut corners in their buffet. They are started serving left over lunch portions for dinner. Prime Rib is third rate and it is apparent that Penn Gaming does not want to spend money on decent quality beef. They eliminated their breakfast buffet which is silly since it brought plenty of customers in to play slots. Salmon is prepared poorly. The buffet needs to improve and get where it was when the Marnells owned the property.

A must - isldgrl (12/25/2014) - 5 out of 5 stars
When traveling to Vegas we ALWAYS plan to dine here. The food is incredible, very authentic in flavors, the staff goes beyond your expectations ensuring your experience is above 5*, by far the best value to be found in Vegas. The variety served will delight even the most finicky eater in your party! Can't wait for my next visit.

An excellent eating experience - patricklucky (09/15/2014) - 5 out of 5 stars
We ate Sunday champagne brunch at the M casino buffet ($40). It wasn't cheap but it was among the best of 10 different buffets we ate at in Vegas last month. The Prime rib was excellent and it pulled apart with my fork it was so tender. The turkey and other meats were great tasting and not dried out. There was a large variety of excellent seasoned vegetables and other foods. Best of all-we had all the champagne we wanted and a Bailey's type of Irish Cream liqueur for our coffee.This was the best deal in town.

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