When you’re and about in Vegas and you’re looking for casual places to dine in, you may want to try the Luxor Buffet. It’s open daily from 7 AM to 10 PM, and you don’t need a reservation at all. Just drop in and partake down on the lower level when you take the escalator near the Pyramid Café. Casual clothes are alright, and kids are welcome. In fact, if they’re younger than 4 years old they can eat for free.
For adults, the prices are low enough that it seems free or at least close to it. That’s probably because the selections aren’t as varied as what you may find in other buffets. But here at least the dishes have been prepared with care so they taste great. You can just come in and relax. If you’re hungry, it’s pretty much a sure bet that you won’t be after you visit here, and you won’t even have spent all that much.
Below are the latest Luxor Buffet menu prices.
|Adults (Per Person) (Breakfast)||$19.99|
|Children (5 to 11 Years Old) (Per Child) (Breakfast)||$11.99|
|Children (4 and Under) (Per Child) (Breakfast)||$0.00|
|Adults (Per Person) (Lunch)||$20.99|
|Children (5 to 11 Years Old) (Per Child) (Lunch)||$13.99|
|Children (4 and Under) (Per Child) (Lunch)||$0.00|
|Adults (Per Person) (Monday-Thursday Dinner)||$24.99|
|Children (5 to 11 Years Old) (Per Child) (Monday-Thursday Dinner)||$16.99|
|Children (4 and Under) (Per Child) (Monday-Thursday Dinner)||$0.00|
|Adults (Per Person) (Friday-Sunday Dinner)||$28.49|
|Children (5 to 11 Years Old) (Per Child) (Friday-Sunday Dinner)||$18.99|
|Children (4 and Under) (Per Child) (Friday-Sunday Dinner)||$0.00|
|Adults (Per Person) (Weekend Brunch)||$23.99|
|Children (5 to 11 Years Old) (Per Child) (Weekend Brunch)||$16.99|
|Children (4 and Under) (Per Child) (Weekend Brunch)||$0.00|
A Brief History
The Luxor is one of the largest hotels in the world, ranking 9th on the world list. In Vegas, its size gets it to 6th place. It has more than 4,400 rooms and it’s renowned for the pyramid shape of the main tower. It first opened back in 1993, and at the time it was the tallest building on the Las Vegas Strip. A crowd of 10,000 people was on hand to witness the opening. With that kind of size and popularity, it seems only natural that they’d have a number of restaurants in the place. The buffet is just one of them, though it’s among the most popular.
Over the years, the place has earned a reputation for a relaxed vibe and eminently affordable prices. The quality of the food, along with the variety of the selections, perhaps don’t compare with the other buffets. But here there’s no nonsense regarding the food. It’s for hungry people who just want something good at good prices, and the Luxor Buffet excels in that function.
What They’re Famous For
If there’s one factor that differentiates the Luxor Buffet from the others, it’s the price you will pay. You don’t need a huge budget for a visit here. Adult prices go from $17 for breakfast to $24 for regular dinners. On Friday Steak Nights and Saturday Dinners, the cost is just $27.
Kids don’t pay a lot either, as long as they’re not yet 12 years old. Their breakfast goes for about $14, lunch costs $15, and the dinner is just $20. On Fridays and Saturdays, kids pay just $23 for dinner. If they’re not even 4 years old yet, they can eat for free.
Adults can also take advantage of the weekend brunch offer, which goes on from 7AM to 4PM on Saturdays and Sundays. You can eat all you can for just $22, and you get unlimited mimosas too. Kids only pay $20, though of course the unlimited mimosas aren’t part of the deal.
If you’re staying near the southern part of the Strip, then it makes perfect sense to get an all-day pass so you can eat as often as you want during the day. Adults can then take breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and get snacks in between meals besides. On weekdays from Mondays to Thursdays, adults only pay $36. On weekends this goes up to $40, though when you consider how much food you can consume all day this is definitely a bargain. For kids, the all-day buffet pass goes for $32 on weekdays and $36 on weekends.
There’s even buffet to go, which on weekdays cost just $17. From Friday to Sunday, it costs $20.
Why Eat Here?
You already know why: it’s so affordable. It’s one of the best bargains on the strip. You can buy an all-day pass and just stroll in casually anytime you get the munchies.
It’s not as if you get bad food either. The salad bar is just huge, as it measures about 30 feet long. You can just try out any combination of salad toppings every time. The same goes for the homemade pizza station. The pizzas here are certainly tasty and filling.
The carving station is good as well, and you’ve also got a station for omelets. You’ll also find lots of sausages along with sizzling grilled meat.
Of course, other stations focus on specialties from all around the globe. The Middle Eastern station is highly regarded as the naan breads are definitely tasty. There’s a station for Mexican food with menudo and made-to-order fajitas and an Asian station with Bok Choi and made-to-order noodle soup. You can even get real cantaloupe and watermelons in the fruit section, instead of just diced fruit.
You get all these in a setting that’s relaxed and comfy. So take a load off, sit back, and sate your hunger here at the Luxor Buffet. You’ll feel full, without feeling like you’ve paid outrageous prices.
To learn more about Luxor Buffet, visit their website at www.luxor.com.