Gourmet food at the Bellagio buffet

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Here is more about the amazing food in Las Vegas. I think the amount of famous chefs per square mile is by far the highest in Las Vegas than anywhere in the world. If you have the opportunity to visit Las Vegas, make sure you set aside part of your budget to try the amazing variety and quality of the Las Vegas restaurants. While food can be expensive in Vegas, trying some amazing food should be part of everyone’s Vegas experience.

Gourmet food in Vegas is everywhere and for every budget and for every taste. You want new things you’ve got it, you want classic cuisine you got it. Yes, Las Vegas has amazing casinos, amazingly fake but beautiful building, amazing shows! All of these are true, but when it comes to food, nothing anywhere in the world beats Las Vegas in terms of variety, quality and affordability. The food in Las Vegas is simply amazing! This article will explore one of the best and most affordable places to eat like a king in Las Vegas. I’ll be talking about eating at the Bellagio Buffet in Las Vegas.

Food at the Bellagio Buffet is quite a treat

Most big casinos in Las Vegas have buffet restaurants or to use an easier term…they’re all you can eat places. The big difference between buffet places anywhere else and those in Las Vegas is the food. The Buffet at the Bellagio is no different, the food here is amazing! Everything is fresh and the ingredients are awesome!


Fresh Mediterranean salad at The Buffet by Bellagio in Las Vegas
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The Buffet Hours of Operations

  • Breakfast: Monday – Friday,
    7:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
  • Lunch: Monday – Friday,
    11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Dinner: Sunday – Thursday,
    4:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
  • Gourmet dinner: Friday & Saturday
    4:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
  • Champagne brunch: Saturday & Sunday
    7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

My recommendation is to arrive a bit earlier. If you get there around 9am, then you will not have to wait long in line. This time we came early and the wait was not bad at all. However, as we were waiting in line we noticed that a lot of people starting showing up around 10 am…then the line got really long.


Tiramisu cake on display at The Buffet by Bellagio in Las Vegas
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Important Note: If you go during a holiday weekend, you they add an extra $5 to the price…this is just because it’s very busy and they have lots of customers. You’ve got to know how to make money!

Other Bellagio restaurants

Noodles is described as a contemporary restaurant. However, from what I understand, they serve traditional Asian dishes. According to the Noodles website, they serve authentic regional noodle dishes from Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam.
We loved the atmosphere of the place as well as the food. We were fortunate to go to dinner with someone who knows Asian cuisine and we let them order for us. Otherwise, it might have been a different experience.

Noodles restaurant at Bellagio
A great variety of noodles on display at the old Noodles restaurant at the Bellagio resort.
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My resources for planning your trip to the Bellagio

The Las Vegas Strip is a strip of Las Vegas Boulevard which starts at Tropicana Avenue. To find the actual strip, it’s also easy…it’s right off the 15 freeway…just exit Tropicana Ave turn right and go about one block. Then turn left on Las Vegas Blvd and you’re there!

Find a budget hotel in Las Vegas. With over 800 properties, you will be able to find a place with great location and price.  When visiting Vegas, we like to stay at the Polo Towers which is right on the strip tucked away between Plane Hollywood and MGM Grand.

Cheapest way to Las Vegas from Los Angeles by bus. Taking the bus from several locations in Los Angeles (UCLA, USC or Downtown) is the cheapest and most convenient way to get to Vegas.

Bellagio comes first on my Vegas for kids list.

See all the restaurants at the Bellagio on their website.

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