What We Should Eat - Buffet at Bellagio Reviews

You must be curious about Buffet at Bellagio reviews before tasting the delicious meal. The Buffet at Bellagio has been on my to-do list for a long time as a fan of high-end buffets in Las Vegas. 

We were in the area while Bellagio's brunch service was up and running, even though we prefer buffet dining at supper. After reading what’s inside of gillysfrybar.com, we jumped in line, desperate to refuel after trekking over 20,000 steps the day before.

The line to get inside one of Vegas' most popular buffets was quite long, stretching all the way to the casino floor. Despite our initial apprehensions, things moved fast and we were seated in 15-20 minutes. We'll share our dining experience with you below!

Buffet at Bellagio Reviews To Enjoy Meals

Brunch is served everyday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Bellagio Buffet.

Monday through Thursday, the price is $49.99, and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, the price is $59.99. Children aged 6 to 11 receive a 50% discount, and children aged 5 and under dine for free.

Before making the journey, we recommend checking Bellagio's website for the most up-to-date rates and hours.

The Brunch Menu

Bellagio's brunch buffet included both breakfast and lunch choices. Pancakes, waffles, and french toast were all offered for breakfast on the menu. The buffet also serves a massive pancake the size of a huge pizza, which is divided into square pieces.

The employee flipping the huge flapjack reminds us of Buck in the movie "Uncle Buck," who made pancakes so big he had to use a snow shovel to flip them. If you don't get the reference, stop reading and watch the great film right away.

For The Breakfast

Apple crepes, bagels, fruit, biscuits and gravy,  yogurt, and chorizo and eggs were among the other notable breakfast foods. The live-action omelet station, which offered an outstanding range of meat, veggies, and cheeses to put in your creation, was the most popular morning item.

For The Lunch

Shrimp, white mussels in garlic white wine sauce, rotisserie chicken, clams, pizza, Asian cuisine, and an excellent salad station were among the lunch menu offerings. Crab legs were not offered, despite the fact that prime rib was.

The prime rib, bacon mac & cheese, and tiny gyros were our three favorite foods at the Bellagio buffet (all of which are pictured below). The rotisserie chicken was just outside of my "best three" list. In addition, self-serve soda, juice, and milk dispensers are situated throughout the buffet sitting area.

Is It Worth Spending Money in The Buffet at Bellagio?

It's difficult to say. Was the brunch buffet delectable? Absolutely. Was the buffet particularly tasty? We certainly thought so. Is the $49.99 buffet worth it? It's a nail-biter.

The buffet at Bellagio is comparable in price and quality to other high-end buffets such as Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan, The Buffet at Wynn, and Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, though we would place it fourth behind those three. Bellagio is nice, but we don't think it's the finest deal at that price.

Another point to make when considering the buffet's price range is typical restaurants vs. buffets. In Vegas, a high-quality and full breakfast/lunch may readily be had for $50 or less.

Finally, we believe there is benefit here if you:

  • Make sure you eat a lot.
  • Plan to order the Prime Rib, Rotisserie Chicken, Shrimp, or custom-made Omelets, which are all high-end alternatives.
  • Are willing to pay a premium for the ability to sample a wide range of high-quality foodsIf you plan to munch on bagels, cereal, and yogurt, you won't get your money's worth, just as at any other buffet.

Honestly, we went all out and ate an embarrassing amount of Gyros, Prime Rib, Rotisserie Chicken, and Bacon Mac & Cheese, as well as desserts, and we were pleased with the value. While we may prefer other high-end buffet options, we will undoubtedly return in the future. Finally, that is all about Buffet at Bellagio reviews. 

Server IP: