The Treasure Island Hotel & Casino is a treasure on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada! The resort is a magnet for locals and tourists searching for great entertainment, accommodations, and dining options.
The buffet restaurant, known as The Buffet at TI, is also a magnet for people searching for great food and drinks to start or end their day in the city. Here, the cornucopia of food will satisfy even the biggest appetite and the pickiest eater, the old and the young, and even the haves and the have-nots.
Below are the latest Treasure Island Buffet menu prices.
|Adults (Per Person) (Breakfast)||$20.95|
|Children (3-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Breakfast)||$9.95|
|Adults (Per Person) (Champagne Brunch)||$27.95|
|Children (3-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Champagne Brunch)||$13.95|
|Adults (Per Person) (Lunch)||$24.95|
|Children (3-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Lunch)||$13.95|
|Adults (Per Person) (Dinner)||$30.95|
|Children (3-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Dinner)||$13.95|
Weekend Seafood Dinner
|Adults (Per Person) (Weekend Seafood Dinner)||$32.95|
|Children (3-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Weekend Seafood Dinner)||$16.95|
|Wine, Beer, Sparkling Wine, Mimosas & Bloody Mary Bar (Per Person)||$12.50|
In 1993, Mirage Resorts opened Treasure Island; Steve Wynn and Atlandia Design directed the resort’s opening. At the time, the resort featured a family-friendly pirate theme with staged pirate battles, video arcade, and pool areas.
But in 2003, the management decided to change tactics by replacing the family-friendly pirate theme with a more adult-friendly thrust. Many of the original kid-friendly facilities were replaced with adult-friendly ones, such as a nightclub, hot tubs, and party bars. Even the façade’s color was changed from a light orange to a dark maroon.
On 15 December 2008, MGM Mirage announced its plans of selling Treasure Island to Phil Ruffin. By 20 March 2009, Ruffin was the resort’s full owner.
What They Are Famous For
Treasure Island has several notable attractions within its premises including Dance Hall and BBQ, Gilley’s Saloon, and Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. While many of these attractions are geared toward more adult sensibilities, many of these places are also family-friendly so there’s always something for everyone at the resort.
Why Eat Here
The Buffet at TI has been recognized – and continues to be so, for that matter – as among the best in Las Vegas with several nominations and awards to its name. These include #7 in the Las Vegas Buffets (2014-2018, Oyster.com) and #7 Las Vegas Buffet (2013-2016, USA Today 10best.com), as well as recommended by Frommer’s (2016-2018) and Travel + Leisure (2016-2018). These awards don’t come as a surprise to the guests who frequent the buffet restaurant for its world-class quality of dishes and desserts.
The main attractions at The Buffet at TI are the delectable American barbecue meats, the Italian pizza and pasta dishes, the Chinese noodles dishes, and the Japanese sushi selection. The food available is akin to making a global culinary journey in Las Vegas, a dining experience that most of its guests come back to again and again for the sheer joy of it.
The Buffet at TI serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner every day so there’s always something good to eat here. There are also weekend specials, such as the Seafood and Prime Rib specials, which guests like to enjoy due to the freshness of the seafood and the tenderness of the meats. For an added fee, guests can also enjoy unlimited beer and wine, a great value for the money since the buffet’s selection is among the best in Las Vegas.
Emphasis must be made that the selection of foods at The Buffet at TI isn’t as wide as those found in other in-house casino buffets. But what it lacks in quantity it more than makes up for in quality, a statement that also applies to its quite upscale environment.
The breakfast buffet is arguably the best of The Buffet at TI’s offerings. The eggs are cooked to perfection – fluffy instead of being dry or runny – while the waffles and pancakes are yummy on their own. The bacon is crisp without being burned, the breakfast sausages are flavorful, and the biscuits and gravy are tasty.
The Japanese and Chinese food selections also feature several dishes from noodles, sweet and sour pork, and stir-fried rice to sushi. The pizzas and pastas are the usual Italian-American type but taken up a notch with premium ingredients and traditional preparation. Even the cheese used on the pizzas and pastas was melted perfectly!
Many guests also sing praises for the turkey dinner, a combination of juicy turkey with flavorful stuffing, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce that evoke memories of Thanksgiving dinners with the family. Plus, it’s available most days of the year so it’s a treat that cannot be missed.
The dessert station is so appealing that even if you don’t have a sweet tooth, you will be tempted to try one or two of the treats. There’s a good selection of cakes, cookies, tarts, pies and pastries here.
The drinks selection doesn’t disappoint either! Guests have the opportunity to mix their own drinks, thanks to the self-serve drink area, where regular soft drinks can be mixed with other flavors like vanilla. There are also several flavors of frozen drinks, from the usual fruit flavors to the more unusual coffee flavors, as well as iced teas and sodas. The flavored waters are also notable with flavors like kiwi, raspberry lemon, and strawberry.
The casual ambiance makes The Buffet at TI among the friendliest restaurants for families, kids, and groups. There’s neither the need to make reservations nor dress up in your Sunday best. Just come here in your everyday clothes, if you want, and enjoy the buffet.
To learn more about Treasure Island Buffet, visit their website at www.treasureisland.com.