Orleans Buffet Prices

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2023, Prices may vary by location and are updated frequently.

Below are the latest Orleans Buffet menu prices.

Item Price

Breakfast

Monday-Saturday, 8am-10am

Adults (Per Person) (Breakfast) $11.99
Children (Under 42" Tall) (Per Child) (Breakfast) $0.00

Brunch

Sunday, 8am-3pm

Adults (Per Person) (Brunch) $20.99
Children (Under 42" Tall) (Per Child) (Brunch) $0.00

Lunch

Monday-Saturday, 11am-3pm

Adults (Per Person) (Lunch) $14.99
Children (Under 42" Tall) (Per Child) (Lunch) $0.00

Dinner

Saturday-Thursday, 4pm-Close

Adults (Per Person) (Saturday-Thursday Dinner) $20.99
Children (16 and Under) (Per Child) (Saturday-Thursday Dinner) $15.99
Children (Under 42" Tall) (Per Child) (Saturday-Thursday Dinner) $0.00

Friday, 4pm-Close

Adults (Per Person) (Friday Dinner) $25.99
Children (16 and Under) (Per Child) (Friday Dinner) $20.99
Children (Under 42" Tall) (Per Child) (Friday Dinner) $0.00
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About Orleans Buffet

One of the ways that tourists find out where the best restaurants and shops are in holiday spot is to find out where the locals go. In Las Vegas, that’s probably the Orleans Hotel and Casino. Sure, it attracts a good number of tourists even though it has less than 1,900 rooms. But it’s also considered one of the favorite spots of the local residents. To make sure that everyone can enjoy a proper buffet, the folks at Orleans also offer the Medley Orleans Buffet.

A Brief History

The Orleans hotel and casino first opened back in 1996, and from its name you can tell that the supposed theme is all about New Orleans. Its buffet was called the French market Buffet, and the design was inspired by the Bourbon Street aesthetic.

The concept, however, didn’t really do so well over the years. So they had a complete makeover, and that also included the buffet. They spent about $4.5 million just for the construction of the new buffet grounds, and they renamed it the Medley Buffet when it was completed in 2017.

But whatever name you call it, for the locals it’s always just the Orleans Buffet. After all, there’s also a Medley buffet in the Aliante Hotel and Casino, so it can get confusing unless you just refer to this place as the Orleans Buffet.

The renovation enlarged the place, so now it occupies more than 22,000 square feet. Since then, the place has garnered lots of positive attention for its generous pricing, appealing interiors with modern accents and hues, along with the nice selection of buffet items you can just enjoy day after day.

What They’re Famous For

They’re quite mellow, actually. The place beckons with is charming appeal and modern aesthetics and you can feel yourself settle down and the tension goes away. Part of the stress relief you feel is when you glance at the prices and you realize that they’re actually quite affordable.

Take a look at the daily breakfast. This is from 8AM to 10AM, and it goes for a measly $12. It doesn’t seem serious, does it? But it’s true. Lunch goes for only $15, and the dinner will cost you $21. You realize that for a wide selection of scrumptious dishes, these prices are amazingly low. Get the special Steak and Shrimp Dinner, and it’s only $26.

The rules are different for Sundays, as there’s a brunch time frame instead of separate breakfasts and lunch. This is for just $21.

What about kids? Children’s discounts aren’t really based on their ages here. Instead it’s based on their height, so you’re lucky if you have short kids. Those whose heights don’t go past 42 inches can eat for free. If you do have teens with you and they’re younger than 16, they can pay $6 less than the adult prices.

What’s really funny (in a good way) is that these low prices can even get a lot lower if you’re a gambler at the hotel. Since we’re talking Vegas, that’s usually the case, isn’t it? If you’re a player, then you can get a BConnected Card with several different levels of discounts. Non-playing guests and the starting level is Ruby, which gives you a $2 discount. As your player card status goes up due to your casino playing, your level can get to Sapphire ($4 off) and to Emerald ($6 off).

Now for a real bargain regardless of your casino playing habits, you can just get the all-day pass. This costs $33 except for Friday when the price goes up to $41. But even at Saturday prices, it beats the combined $48 you pay when you eat here every time.

There’s a 2-hour dining limit here, but you can sure get in a lot of food in those 2 hours. There’s the obligatory American station with roast beef, roasted turkey, fired chicken, meatloaf, onion rings, and even fried eggplant.

Or you can focus on the barbecue station with its barbeque beef ribs, smoked brisket, and prime rib. You can get the sides here as well, and they include your basic mashed potatoes, mac n’ cheese, grilled veggies, black-eyed peas, and corn on the cob.

Fans of Mexican fare can enjoy the various types of tacos, which include the made-to-order versions. You also have pork tamales, adobo, menudo, and enchiladas. There’s even elotes, which is grilled Mexican street corn.

Lovers of Italiab fare can choose from among 4 types of pizza, along with veal parmesan, spaghetti, lasagna, osso bucco, and sahrimp linguini. Seafood include gumbo catfish and ceviche, while the Asian section offers the usual dimsum and sushi varieties along with dumplings and oxtail.

Why Eat Here?

You come here because it’s an unpretentious easygoing place where you can just lay back and take a deep breath. For the next 2 hours, you can enjoy a leisurely meal with a wide selection of well-prepared options. The price is even terrifically affordable. This is stress-free zone, and you’ll want to come back to the Orleans Buffet again and again.

To learn more about Orleans Buffet, visit their website at www.orleanscasino.com.

Orleans Buffet FAQ

How much is Orleans Buffet's Adults (Per Person) (Friday Dinner)?

Adults (Per Person) (Friday Dinner) – $25.99

How much is a Adults (Per Person) (Saturday-Thursday Dinner) at Orleans Buffet?

Adults (Per Person) (Saturday-Thursday Dinner) – $20.99

How much are Adults (Per Person) (Lunch) at Orleans Buffet?

Adults (Per Person) (Lunch) – $14.99

How much does a Orleans Buffet's Adults (Per Person) (Brunch) Cost?

Adults (Per Person) (Brunch) – $20.99

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