Palace Station Buffet Prices

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For visitors to Las Vegas, especially those in the vicinity of Chinatown, a visit to the Palace Station is a must! The hotel and casino resort is considered as among the best places to go to for world-class accommodations and entertainment in the Sin City.

The Palace Station is known for its prominent Asian customer base, a fact partly attributed to its proximity to Chinatown, yet another Las Vegas landmark. But the guests are as diverse as the population of the Sin City so there are always new people to meet while in the hotel and casino.

Below are the latest Palace Station Buffet menu prices.

Item Price

Breakfast

Monday-Saturday, 7am-11am

Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (Breakfast) $6.99
Boarding Pass Preferred (Per Person) (Breakfast) $7.99
Regular (Per Person) (Breakfast) $9.99
Children (2-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Breakfast) $6.99
Children (1 and Under) (Per Child) (Breakfast) $0.00

Lunch

Monday-Saturday, 11am-4pm

Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (Lunch) $7.99
Boarding Pass Preferred (Per Person) (Lunch) $8.99
Regular (Per Person) (Lunch) $11.99
Children (2-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Lunch) $7.99
Children (1 and Under) (Per Child) (Lunch) $0.00

Dinner

Every Day, 4pm-9pm

Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (Dinner) $9.99
Boarding Pass Preferred (Per Person) (Dinner) $10.99
Regular (Per Person) (Dinner) $16.99
Children (2-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Dinner) $9.99
Children (1 and Under) (Per Child) (Dinner) $0.00

Brunch

Sunday, 7am-4pm

Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (Brunch) $10.99
Boarding Pass Preferred (Per Person) (Brunch) $11.99
Regular (Per Person) (Brunch) $16.99
Children (2-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Brunch) $10.99
Children (1 and Under) (Per Child) (Brunch) $0.00
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History

In 1976, Frank Fertitta, Jr. and his two business partners opened The Casino, the precursor of the Palace Station Hotel & Casino. The Casino was a gambling hall that targeted local residents with bingo games, giveaways, and affordable buffets.

In 1984, The Casino was renamed as Palace Station & Casino with the grand opening ceremony conducted on April 6 of the same year. The new casino was the result of an extensive expansion and remodeling project; the railroad theme was adopted for the casino.

What They Are Famous For

The Palace Station, a land-based casino owned by Station Casinos, is known for its wide range of table games, slot games, and other casino entertainment options. As for its buffet restaurant, known as Feast Buffet, it’s well-known for its incredible variety of international foods including Italian, American, and Chinese dishes.

Plus, Feast Buffet is widely regarded as the best buffet in Las Vegas! In fact, it was voted as the Best Brunch in a readers’ poll conducted by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. This is just one proof that, indeed, Feast Buffet isn’t just a feast but it’s the best. Of course, the proof of the pudding when it comes to buffet restaurants is always in the eating so we encourage readers to come to Feast Buffet and try it out for themselves.

Why Eat Here

Feast Buffet prides itself on its ability to provide food for every taste and, in most instances, the chefs deliver on the promise. The food stations offer a wide selection of buffet staples from global cuisines including American, Italian and Chinese, among others. The dishes and desserts are also presented in an elegant manner so these are as appetizing to the eyes as these are delicious in the mouth.

The buffet restaurant also has chef stations where diners can order their favorite dishes and ask the chefs to cook them to order, particularly according to the diners’ specific standards. The chefs, for their part, are well-trained in their profession so even a few unique requests will not faze them; reasonable requests on made-to-order dishes are obviously appreciated.

Keep in mind that the Feast Buffet has an all-you-can-eat option so it’s best to plan your attack, so to speak, before approaching the food stations. The buffet restaurant offers more variety and more affordable prices, too, in comparison with the fast-food chains, budget restaurants, and other casino in-house buffet restaurants in Las Vegas. Indeed, the Feast Buffet is a great bargain for families and groups!

If we have to choose just one food item on the menu to recommend, we would suggest the made-to-order burger. The beef patty is cooked well – juicy, succulent and tender – even when it seems similar to the burger meat used in fast-food chains. The choices in toppings are what makes the Feast Buffet burger distinctive – aside from the selection of processed cheese, diners can choose healthy toppings from the salad bar.

The pizza station features several types of pizzas although we must point out that there seems to be no gluten-free and vegan options. But if you’re into pizzas with generous layers of cheese, meats and vegetables, then the Feast Buffet pizzas are the best in the vicinity.

Guests who are into pasta dishes will find the pasta station to be more than adequate in terms of the quantity and quality of the food offered. Children who like macaroni and cheese will likely flock to the mountains of the cheesy dish in the pasta station, too.

The carving station attracts the meat lovers in the crowd for good reasons. The meat selections include pork, beef and chicken, all of which are cooked perfectly and inspired by the cuisines of Italy, America, and China, while the sausages and hotdogs offer familiar foods to the younger crowd.

The seafood station features cooked fish, a great option for vegetarians and other non-meat eaters of the day. There are also stations for Mexican and Chinese food, a welcome option for people who prefer these cuisines for whatever reason.  The salad bar is also satisfactory because of the fresh vegetables, fruits and herbs on the containers, which are usually stocked well.

Plus, there’s a dessert station that features a decent assortment of cakes, cookies and pastries. There seems to be no gelato although there’s a self-service ice cream machine.

Overall, the Feast Buffet offers a highly satisfactory quantity and quality of appetizers, entrées and desserts make the stop here worth your time and money. The Palace Station buffet prices are also affordable so you get a bargain when you come and dine here.

To learn more about Palace Station Buffet, visit their website at palacestation.sclv.com.