If you’ve ever been to Las Vegas, then you think of the buffet when the subject of city dining comes up. After all, the city is all about making you feel like a winner, and that’s how most people feel about the all-you-can-eat dining experience. Among the many buffets in Las Vegas (and there are a lot of them), The Wynn Buffet is perhaps among the more highly regarded.
Even the industry insiders feel that they’re great. That’s why the Southern Nevada Hotel Concierge Association has voted The Buffet at Wynn as the “Best Buffet” in Las Vegas. That’s a big deal. The Wynn Buffet has earned a reputation for elegant spreads, with consistently good food matched with an airy and serene dining room. They even upgraded things back in 2015, so that the dining experience gets even better.
Below are the latest Wynn Buffet menu prices.
|Adults (Per Person) (Breakfast)||$24.99|
|Children (3-8 Years Old) (Per Child) (Breakfast)||$12.50|
|Children (2 and Under) (Per Child) (Breakfast)||$0.00|
|Adults (Per Person) (Lunch)||$27.99|
|Children (3-8 Years Old) (Per Child) (Lunch)||$14.00|
|Children (2 and Under) (Per Child) (Lunch)||$0.00|
|Adults (Per Person) (Dinner)||$42.99|
|Children (3-8 Years Old) (Per Child) (Dinner)||$21.50|
|Children (2 and Under) (Per Child) (Dinner)||$0.00|
|Adults (Per Person) (Gourmet Brunch)||$35.99|
|Children (3-8 Years Old) (Per Child) (Gourmet Brunch)||$18.00|
|Children (2 and Under) (Per Child) (Gourmet Brunch)||$0.00|
|Adults (Per Person) (Gourmet Dinner)||$49.99|
|Children (3-8 Years Old) (Per Child) (Gourmet Dinner)||$25.00|
|Children (2 and Under) (Per Child) (Gourmet Dinner)||$0.00|
Endless Pours Package
|Draft Beef, Wine, Mimosa, and More (Per Person)||$19.00|
The Buffet at Wynn started in the mid-2000s, and it’s just one of the dining establishments at the Wynn Las Vegas Resort. That’s only right, since the resort cost $2.7 billion and it’s the flagship property of Wynn Resorts. It’s one of the top hotels in the whole world, so it’s only fair that it features a multitude of dining options.
Yet the Buffet at Wynn quickly gained a sterling reputation and it fast became a mainstay on various lists of the best buffets in Las Vegas. It’s not just about the enchantingly airy atrium entrance with its fresh flower sculptures. It’s also about the quality of the food and the sheer breadth of options.
They upgraded the place in 2015, and now it’s even better. You get to sample flavors from all over the world, at prices that are surprisingly affordable. The upgrade added 120 (yes, that’s one hundred and twenty) new items, so basically you can get just about everything you want.
What They’re Famous For
The place is famed for how they offer a seriously relaxing dining establishment for you to enjoy, along with a huge list of food to choose from. They’re all good food as well. They include options that you’d find in any upscale restaurant, so if you’re a fan of fine dining you’ll be well-satisfied. There’s sushi, along with roasted Peking duck with 5 special spices. You have meatballs made from lamb meat, and crab cake eggs Benedict. You can have your pizza topped with Atlantic salmon.
Yet you’ve got your unique options as well. Perhaps the dish that generated the most buzz when it first came out after the upgrade is the penne with tomato sauce and meatballs. What’s so special about this is that the recipe came from Frank Sinatra’s family!
While there are of course options for the health-conscious, the Buffet at Wynn will probably tempt you with its sinful lineup of mouth-watering desserts. It’s like you’ve entered Candyland, or Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. If you consider yourself an expert on pastries, then you need to try the molten chocolate cake and guava panna cotta. You have kids with you? That’s not a problem. They have candy apples, along with marshmallows dipped with chocolate.
The ice cream lineup alone is worth a visit, as the array of choices rival even what you get at the Cold Stone Creamery. Every day, you have a dozen or so different flavors to choose from, and some of them are decidedly exotic. Flavors you may want to try (since you won’t find them anywhere else) include soy cherry chocolate chip, sea slat caramel truffle, and matcha green tea.
Then there’s the open bar, which is like a version of heaven for those who definitely partake. Normally, a glass of champagne here will cost you about $11. But during the 2 hours of the Endless Pours promo, you can have all the beer, seasonal cocktails, sangria, mimosas, and sparkling wines you want.
Why Eat Here
You may have to line up for half an hour before you can get to your meal. That’s actually a good thing, because in some places the buffet line can make you wait for 2 hours. At least here at the Buffet at the Wynn, it’s really worth the wait.
Here you have 15 live action cooking stations and 365 dishes prepared and presented with the utmost care. The food quality resembles that of a truly fine dine establishment, and that’s matched by the luxurious surroundings.
Yet the vibe is decidedly relaxed and casual. You can breathe more easily here, with your “resort casual” attire. Take a break with your friends and family, and enjoy the easygoing ambiance. Even if you’re determined to stick to healthier options, the Wynn Buffet has you covered with its salads, red and white quinoa, and pressed juices.
Prices are eminently affordable, with children’s breakfasts coming in at less than $10. Even for adults on weekends, the dinner will only set you back about $40. Pay extra to get in front of the line, and a few dollars more for the bottomless champagne or mimosas, and you’re all set for a buffet you’ll truly enjoy.
To learn more about Wynn Buffet, visit their website at www.wynnlasvegas.com.