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A lot has changed in the buffet landscape... [Continued]





Spice Market Buffet

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Location: Planet Hollywood
Address: 3667 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
City: Las Vegas
Area: Strip
Phone: 702/736-7114
Official Web Site
Comments:

Buffet Special: 24 hr. buffet pass, $49.99 ($54.99 without Total Rewards Club card). Friday/Saturday, $64.99 ($69.99 without Total Rewards Club card.) Valid at Carnival World Buffet at the Rio, Village Seafood Buffet at the Rio (Additional $15), Flavors at Harrah's, Paradise at the Flamingo, Emperor's Buffet at The Quad, Le Village Buffet at Paris, Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace (Additional $15 for Breakfast, $250 for Lunch, and $30 for Dinner), and the Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood.


Children 5-12 receive a discount and children 4 and under eat free.

Dinner on Fri & Sat is $33.99.

Breakfast on Fri & Sat is served from 7 a.m.-10 a.m. and is $23.99.

An all-you-can-drink special including beer, wine, and champagne is available for $11.99.



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Meals:
Breakfast Price Club-Member Price
7 days 7 am to 11 am $21.99 $20.99
Lunch    
Mon-Fri 11 am to 3:30 pm $24.99 $23.99
Brunch    
Sat & Sun - Champagne Brunch 10 am to 3:30 pm $30.99 $29.99
Domaine Ste. Michelle Champagne Served.
Dinner    
7 days 3:30 pm to 11 pm $30.99 $29.99


Overall Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5

3.5/5 Rating

Comments (5 comments):
The Best Buffet. - F.Venis (10/17/2013) - 5 out of 5 stars
My wife and I never miss this buffet.

planet holleywood - raymond (09/07/2013) - 1 out of 5 stars
nothing much to eat, the choice of food were just as little as the main street buffet. i dont know why so many people want to go there.

#1 buffet in town? - iltu66 (05/27/2013) - 4 out of 5 stars
Planet Hollywood Claims to offer the best buffet in Vegas - and they are not far away. We went there for brunch on Memorial's Day Weekend and had to pay the price for that, but the value was OK. The Buffet is better than the Cosmopolitan or the Aria and the value beats the Cosmo, may be can be compared with the Aria. I raped the Middle East and Italian buffets while my wife enjoyed the seafood. Everything was good, but still a bit missing to reach the quality of the "M", which still is the best buffet in town, even though the gap keeps getting smaller.

Dinner Buffet - NJ Guy (04/04/2013) - 4.5 out of 5 stars
The prime rib was very tasty and seemed to melt in my mouth. Plenty of choices for even a meat and potato person like me. Good chicken and ribs. The deserts were good but I wished they had gelato like Harrah's. I also had the breakfast buffet. This was my favorite place for breakfast because the bacon was so good and crispy that it tasted like candy. Unfortunately, this visit found the bacon not crispy and some seemed undercooked.

Bad Service lines - Mike From Novi (03/06/2013) - 3.5 out of 5 stars
We ate here several years ago and can't understand what all the fuss is about. A lot of food and some good Middle-Eastern BBQ, yes. But long slow lines for "refills". The Seafood line was the worst. You had to go thru the salad line to get to the seafood. I tried to jump ahead, not wanting any salad, and some local jerk almost took my head off. Belligio, The Wynn and Wicked Spoon are more upscale and seem to have a better behaved clientele. I am not a snob, but I don't come to Vegas to be bullied.

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