The Palms Casino Resort has established a reputation for its world-class accommodations, restaurants, and night life – and we definitely can say that it’s a must-visit location when you’re in Las Vegas! The Palms, as the resort is widely known, consists of three distinct towers with each one offering glorious views of the beautiful Las Vegas Strip.
Nearly everything that you will want to enjoy in the Sin City can be found here with the food and drinks in its buffet restaurant being among the most enjoyable. Keep in mind that, too, that you don’t have to be flush with cash to enjoy the buffet’s offerings as the prices are reasonable, not to mention that discounts and promos can be enjoyed.
Below are the latest Palms Buffet menu prices.
|Adults (Per Person) (Breakfast)||$10.99|
|Adults (with Preferred Card) (Per Person) (Breakfast)||$8.99|
|Adults (Per Person) (Lunch)||$13.99|
|Adults (with Preferred Card) (Per Person) (Lunch)||$11.99|
|Adults (Per Person) (Monday-Thursday Dinner)||$19.99|
|Adults (with Preferred Card) (Per Person) (Monday-Thursday Dinner)||$17.99|
|Adults (Per Person) (Friday-Saturday Dinner)||$19.99|
|Adults (with Preferred Card) (Per Person) (Friday-Saturday Dinner)||$17.99|
|Adults (Per Person) (Sunday Dinner)||$19.99|
|Adults (with Preferred Card) (Per Person) (Sunday Dinner)||$17.99|
|Adults (Per Person) (Sunday Brunch)||$19.99|
|Adults (with Preferred Card) (Per Person) (Sunday Brunch)||$17.99|
|Ready-to-Drink Canned Cocktails||$8.00|
|Bottled Beer (Corona or Blue Moon)||$8.00|
|Bottled Beer (Miller Lite or Coors Lite)||$7.00|
In July 1999, the Maloof family made development plans for The Palms in connection with its Fiesta hotel and casino expansion project. By October 2000, George Maloof officially announced it. By September 2001, the construction was completed, which was followed by the resort’s official opening on 15 November 2001.
What They Are Famous For
The Palms’ buffet restaurant is A.Y.C.E., the acronym for all-you-can-eat – and considering the affordable Palms buffet prices, you can indeed eat until you cannot take another bite! The chefs work hard in redefining the Las Vegas-style buffet as we know it through innovative presentations and interpretations of many of the world’s cuisines.
Why Eat Here
A.Y.C.E features seven stations – The Hearth, The Greenery, The Roastery, Revival, Sweet and Light, World Pan, and Smoke and Fire. Each of these stations obviously offer distinct foods, such as The Roastery dedicated to meats and The Greenery for vegetables. While all the stations are open for all paying diners, we strongly suggest making a plan because there’s a limit to your stomach’s capacity.
The buffet restaurant has an open food hall layout so there’s a sense of airy space complemented by bright interiors and cheerful ambiance. The casual vibe makes it easy for diners to relax and enjoy their food and drinks, as well as engage in conversations without shouting over the din. The wait staff are competent and courteous while also being discreet in their jobs, a plus when you have been out of town where in-your-face people can get under your skin.
A.Y.C.E is also so clean that many guests say that they can eat off the table, so to speak. This is an important aspect of dining out since diners needs the assurance that, indeed, their foods were prepared in hygienic conditions – and the cleanliness of the dining area is one proof of it.
Of course, the delicious food and drinks are the main reason for coming to A.Y.C.E. The mix of classic and contemporary, even trendy, dishes make each visit worthwhile, especially your plate features said mix. The choices include shrimp cocktail, prime ribs, and pasta for the classic choices as well as mini poke bowls, Doritos elote, and jackfruit enchiladas for the trendy selection.
The Palms’ A.Y.C.E buffet truly lives up to the casino resort’s reputation as among the best in Las Vegas, especially in terms of luxury. The dishes have obviously been prepared and presented with care, from the way the fruits and vegetables for the salads were sliced to the way the meats were cooked. These are also labeled with cards so there’s no second guessing among guests, a plus when you’re testing new dishes during your Las Vegas trip.
The wide range of food choices include fresh fruits, vegetable salads, oatmeal with several types of toppings, breads and rolls, eggs Benedict, quiche, General Tso’s chicken, spicy noodles, French macaroons, matzo brei, ratatouille, strombolis, and French onion soup. The Jewish dishes are especially popular during the Passover while the American cuisine-style dishes are must-haves while at A.Y.C.E. There are also desserts from gelatos and ice cream to fudge brownies, apple cobblers, and cakes.
No matter your food preference, you will likely find several dishes that will fit into your lifestyle choice. The meat dishes include smoked brisket, baby back ribs, lamb stew, and turkey, all of which are cooked to perfection. The mushroom quesadillas, herb-roasted cauliflower, and jackfruit enchiladas, among others, appeal to the vegetarians and vegans.
The buffet selections are also divided into breakfast, lunch and dinner. The chefs ensure that the food offerings are changed regularly so coming here every day doesn’t equate to culinary boredom. The Palms buffet prices are also reasonable, especially when you have a player’s card.
Aside from the excellent food, dining out at A.Y.C.E. becomes more pleasurable because of the great parking facilities, the wheelchair access, and the welcoming atmosphere for families and groups with kids. The Wi-Fi access is also free although there are no televisions.
The breakfast buffet starts at 8 a.m. and ends at 11 a.m. followed by the lunch buffet until 4 p.m. and, finally, the dinner buffet until 9 p.m. from Monday to Thursday. The weekend hours vary, say, until 10 p.m. only on Fridays and Saturdays while Sundays are for brunches and dinners only.
To learn more about Palms Buffet, visit their website at www.palms.com.