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The Buffet at Bellagio Review – Take a Look Inside

As a fan of high-end buffets in Las Vegas, The Buffet at Bellagio has been on my to-do list for some time. Although I prefer buffet dining at dinner, I was in the neighborhood while Bellagio’s brunch service was up and running. Needing desperately to refuel after walking over 20,000 steps the previous day, I hopped in line.

As one of the more popular buffets in Vegas, the line to get in was somewhat substantial, extending all the way to the casino floor. While I was initially intimidated, things moved quickly and I was seated in 15-20 minutes.

Below, I’ll share my dining experience with plenty of pictures of what there is to eat!

Bellagio Buffet Pricing and Hours

The Buffet at Bellagio is currently open for brunch daily from 8 am – 3 pm.

Pricing on Monday – Thursday is $41.99 and $49.99 on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Children aged 6 – 11 eat at a 50% discount, and those 5-years old and under eat free.

Check directly with Bellagio here for the most up-to-date pricing and hours.

The Buffet at Bellagio Brunch Menu

As a brunch buffet, Bellagio offered both breakfast and lunch options.

On the breakfast side of the menu, pancakes, waffles, and french toast were all available. Uniquely, the buffet also cooks up an enormous pancake the size of a large pizza and cuts it into square pieces.

Watching the employee flip the oversized flapjack instantly reminded me of the movie “Uncle Buck” when Buck was making pancakes so large he needed a snow shovel to flip them. If you don’t understand the reference, you need to stop reading and watch the classic movie ASAP.

Other notable breakfast items included apple crepes, bagels, biscuits and gravy, fruit, yogurt, and chorizo & eggs.

The most popular breakfast food, however, was the live-action omelet station which offered an impressive selection of meat, veggies, and cheeses to be included in your creation.

Waffles and a massive pancake cut into square pieces
Waffles with the sliced-up massive pancake to the right.
Massive Pancake batter on the griddle
The process of making the massive pancake.
Waffles and Apple Crepes
Waffles and Apple Crepes
Fruit at the Bellagio Buffet
Bagels at Bellagio's Buffet
Chia Pudding and Muesli
Chia Pudding and Muesli

On the lunch side of things, available menu items included shrimp, white mussels in garlic white wine sauce, clams, rotisserie chicken, pizza, Asian cuisine, and an impressive salad station.

While prime rib was both available and amazing, crab legs were not offered.

Bowl of Clams
Clams
Mussels in Garlic White Wine Sauce
Mussels in Garlic White Wine Sauce
Bowls of Lychee Pork, Fried Rice, and Sweet and Spicy Noodles
Lychee Pork, Fried Rice, and Sweet and Spicy Noodles
Man serving Prime Rib
Prime Rib Carving Station
Meat options on display
The Rotisserie Chicken was amazing
Pile of Shrimp on ice
Two sliced pizzas
Meat and Cheese Display

My three favorite items at Bellagio’s buffet were the prime rib, bacon mac & cheese, and the mini gyros (all of which are pictured below). Sitting just outside of my “top 3 items” was the rotisserie chicken.

Single Serving of bacon mac and cheese
Bacon Mac & Cheese
Mini Gyro in an individual serving dish
Mini-Gyro

As you’d expect from a high-end buffet, the dessert selection was also on point and deserving of the abundance of pictures we took, below.

Dessert case at Bellagio
Desserts under glass at Bellagio
Chocolate Mousse in a jar
Carrot cake on plates
Assorted desserts on plates
Desserts on plates at Bellgio
brownies on plates

Soda, juice, and milk are all offered at self-serve stations located around the buffet seating area.

Soda dispenser, Coffee pots, and milk dispenser at Bellagio

Is The Buffet at Bellagio Worth the Money?

It’s tough to say. Was the brunch buffet good? Absolutely. Was the buffet extremely good? Man, I sure thought so. Is the buffet $49.99 good? It’s a close call.

Bellagio’s buffet is in the same price/quality league as other upper-echelon buffets like Wicked Spoon at Cosmopolitan, The Buffet at Wynn, and Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, although I would rank it 4th behind those three. Bellagio is good, but not the best option at that price in my opinion.

Another comparison that needs to be made considering the buffet’s price point is vs. traditional restaurants. You can easily score a high-quality and filling breakfast/lunch in Vegas for $50 or less.

Ultimately, I think there’s value here if you:

  • Plan to eat a LOT.
  • Plan to load up on higher-end options like the Prime Rib, Rotisserie Chicken, Shrimp, or custom created Omelets.
  • Are willing to pay for the ability to eat a diverse collection of high-quality food.

Like any buffet, you’re not going to get your money’s worth if you plan to nibble on bagels, cereal, and yogurt.

Personally, I went big and consumed an embarrassing amount of Prime Rib, Rotisserie Chicken, Gyros, and Bacon Mac & Cheese in addition to desserts and feel good about the value I received. While I may prefer other high-end buffet options, I’ll certainly make a return trip down the road.

See Also: See your Buffet Options in Las Vegas, and a rundown of the Cheapest Buffets on the Strip and Downtown.

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