May, 2022 Prices may vary by location and are updated frequently.
Below are the latest Paradise Buffet menu prices.
|B Connected Emerald and Sapphire Members (Per Person) (Breakfast)||$8.99|
|Ruby and Regular (Per Person) (Breakfast)||$9.99|
|B Connected Emerald and Sapphire Members (Per Person) (Champagne Brunch)||$13.99|
|Ruby and Regular (Per Person) (Champagne Brunch)||$14.99|
|B Connected Emerald and Sapphire Members (Per Person) (Lunch)||$9.99|
|Ruby and Regular (Per Person) (Lunch)||$10.99|
Prime Rib Night, Sunday, Monday, and Thursday, 4pm-10pm
|B Connected Emerald and Sapphire Members (Per Person) (Prime Rib Night Dinner)||$15.99|
|Ruby and Regular (Per Person) (Prime Rib Night Dinner)||$16.99|
Seafood Fantasy, Tuesday, 4pm-10pm, and Friday, 4pm-11pm
|B Connected Emerald and Sapphire Members (Per Person) (Seafood Fantasy Dinner)||$27.99|
|Ruby and Regular (Per Person) (Seafood Fantasy Dinner)||$28.99|
Steak Night, Wednesday, 4pm-10pm, and Saturday, 4pm-11pm
|B Connected Emerald and Sapphire Members (Per Person) (Steak Night Dinner)||$15.99|
|Ruby and Regular (Per Person) (Steak Night Dinner)||$16.99|
About Paradise Buffet
The Paradise Buffet sets high expectations for itself partly because of its choice in name. After all, the term “paradise” evokes images of the ultimate in happiness in life and afterlife! Fortunately, the buffet restaurant meets the high expectations it has set for itself and, thus, continue to provide great food and drinks, great service, and great vibe to its diners.
The buffet restaurant is the in-house dining establishment of the Fremont Hotel & Casino, a resort located in Las Vegas, Nevada. Guests of the hotel and casino, as well as locals and tourists, can come to Paradise Buffet to enjoy its delicious food and drinks.
On 18 May 1956, Fremont Hotel opened its doors to the general public. It was owned by Lou Lurie and Ed Levinson, as well as designed by Wayne McAllister. At the time, it was considered as the tallest building in Nevada so it was definitely an attraction in its own right.
In 1983, Sam Boyd acquired Fremont Hotel & Casino, which was later added to his Boyd Gaming Group. The hotel and casino itself is part of the Fremont Street Experience, an area in downtown Las Vegas consisting of four main hotels.
What They Are Famous For
The Paradise Buffet is known for its tropical garden environment and its all-you-can-eat fantasy vibe. Most guests say that it’s like being on a tropical paradise island with the laidback vibe yet with the efficient service expected of an American establishment.
The buffet restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner menus as well as feature special nights, fresh sushi, and weekend champagne brunch. Indeed, there’s always something exciting happening at the Paradise Buffet so coming here on a daily basis doesn’t become too familiar, far from it!
Plus, there’s the Paradise Café located within Paradise Buffet itself. Here, you will find a wide selection of café favorites prepared and presented with tropical flair so life seems good even when the tables and slots weren’t in your favor.
Why Eat Here
The Paradise Buffet offers breakfast items all day. This makes sense considering that Las Vegas is a city filled with people who sleep at odd hours so an accessible all-day breakfast restaurant offering affordable yet delicious food will always be popular.
The breakfast offerings include American staples like pancakes, waffles and crepes with several choices in fixings and toppings. There are also several types of meats, such as bacon, hotdogs and sausages, as well as drinks like coffee and orange juice. With such a full and flavorful breakfast, you will have the energy to tackle the day’s activities, whether it’s sightseeing in Las Vegas or playing in the casino.
Guests also have the option of choosing between an all-you-can-eat buffet with seafood as the main offering or diner fare, both of which are great choices. In both cases, the quantity and quality of the dishes and desserts are highly satisfactory, not to mention that the tropical island theme puts you at ease almost as soon as you enter the door.
The special nights are culinary events to look forward to since each night features different menus. The Seafood Fantasy, for example, features a wide array of the best seafood including cold and hot Dungeness crab, oysters, and shrimp, as well as clams, snow crabs, and calamari. The Prime Rib Night and Steak Night are for the meat lovers who want to indulge in the classic American fare while the Champagne Brunch caters to the people who want champagne with their midday meals.
The selection of sushi may be small but what it doesn’t have in quantity it more than makes up for in quality. Many guests say that the sushi is authentic and delicious it’s like being in a gourmet Japanese restaurant.
The carved roast beef is juicy, tender and flavorful, as well as made more delicious with fixings like au jus and creamy horseradish. There are also meatballs and spaghetti, tacos with fixings, and salads, all of which are familiar favorites for Las Vegas locals and tourists.
For dessert, the selection of pies, pastries and cakes, among other treats, is good enough to satisfy the sweet tooth of guests. For healthier fare, there are fresh fruit slices like honeydew and cantaloupe, which can be eaten on their own or as toppings for the self-serve ice cream.
The wait staff are efficient, friendly and attentive without being obtrusive. Their friendly attitude definitely added to the laidback vibe of the buffet restaurant while their efficient service ensured that the diners eat their meals without waiting too long.
The facilities, especially the restrooms, are kept clean and stocked with the necessary supplies. The noise level is manageable so it’s still possible to carry on normal conversations without shouting over one’s heads. The guests are obviously from around town as well as from many parts of the world so there’s a lively dynamic felt in the restaurant.
To learn more about Paradise Buffet, visit their website at www.fremontcasino.com.
Paradise Buffet FAQ
How much is Paradise Buffet's Ruby and Regular (Per Person) (Champagne Brunch)?
Ruby and Regular (Per Person) (Champagne Brunch) – $6.99
How much is a Ruby and Regular (Per Person) (Champagne Brunch) at Paradise Buffet?
Regular (Per Person) (Breakfast) – $9.99
How much are Ruby and Regular (Per Person) (Champagne Brunch) (Lunch) at Paradise Buffet?
Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (Lunch) – $7.99
How much does a Paradise Buffet's Ruby and Regular (Per Person) (Champagne Brunch) Cost?
Ruby and Regular (Per Person) (Champagne Brunch) – $14.99