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S7 Buffet

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Location: Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino
Address: 4100 Paradise Rd.
City: Las Vegas
Area: Off Strip
Phone: 702/733-7000
Official Web Site
Comments:

Children 4-10 receive a discount and children 3 and under eat free.

Sunday Dinner is $12.99.




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Meals:
Breakfast Price Club-Member Price
Mon-Fri 7 am to 10 am $6.99 $4.99
Lunch    
Mon-Fri 11 am to 3 pm $9.99 $6.99
Brunch    
Sat & Sun - Champagne Brunch 7 am to 3 pm $11.99 $9.99
Cook Champagne Served.
Dinner    
7 days 4 pm to 9 pm $11.99 $8.99


Overall Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5

3.5/5 Rating

Comments (6 comments):
Buffet - Coach Stinson (03/02/2014) - 4 out of 5 stars
Last summer while at the .Summer Vegas duals I found out the S7 casino would allow my entire team to eat with my players card discount so we did. Not one kid complained of the breakfast meal we ate while there. The waitresses were outstanding making us feel very comfortable. The meal was good and the help with the discount for 20 was great and appreciated. I will stop ever trip to Las Vegas. Thank you S7's And for those who complain about the meals eat somewhere else .

S7 BUFFIT - R,Richmnd (02/28/2014) - 4 out of 5 stars
I can not understand why they CONTINUE to have the WORST buffet in the world / they never UP GRADE even with so many BAD reviews NO OMLET server NO variety & the PRICE is not good even with DISCOUNTS ?

Well it lives up to its name - Q ball (06/29/2013) - 1 out of 5 stars
Terribles is, well, not great. They're changing the name to Silver Sevens, but this buffet wont even win the bronze. The Station casinos are comparable price and higher quality. The high class ones on the strip are pricey but generally much better quality. Terribles is a tiny one with tasteless offerings. Avoid it.

Dinner overcooked - iltu66 (06/06/2013) - 2.5 out of 5 stars
We went to the dinner buffet late, which might have been the reason why the food was overcooked. They just let everything too long in the convection oven. All dishes cooked without the convection oven were good, eg. the prime rib or the salad. The Service was fast and friendly, so only the convection oven spoiled the Chance for more Points, which could have been possible due to the good value.

Look For Coupons - FL Visitor (05/13/2013) - 3 out of 5 stars
Terrible's is a decent buffet. No one will confuse the place with Wynn or Bellagio, but you know that going in. It's a smaller buffet, but we found the food to be tasty and hot. Fresh fruit at the salad bar, and desserts were good. Buy one get one free coupons are available in the various Las Vegas coupon books found in motel lobbies and in taxis, making Terrible's Buffet a very good value. We have eaten at Terrible's several times when we visit here, never any problems.

Terrible's lives up to it's name! - TexasStar (04/09/2013) - 1 out of 5 stars
Went to their dinner buffet on a Tuesday during a regular dinner service. The food was flavorless. The steamed dumplings were so hard I had to check my dental work. The fried egg rolls were soggy and I knew I should have steered clear of the dish described as pork meat. Tortellini was goopie. Fried rice was extra crunchy. French fries were the worst -- not burnt but flavorless and swishy. The fruit tart wouldn't come out of it's tin. Mocha cake was reminiscent of a bad Chinese buffet. Sadly the tacos were the only thing for human consumption and the salad was fresh with sparse toppings. The fried shrimp was edible but a tad tough.

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