I am not big on buffets because I easily get overwhelmed when there is so much food in front of me. I like to enjoy just a couple of dishes and stick with just one type of cuisine per meal.
Buffets are one of those things to experience when in Vegas. Cravings is listed as one of the Top 10 Buffets in Vegas. Whether true or not, the BF agreed to give it a go even though he really wanted a steak dinner.
In the end, he ended liking it more than I did. He tried the prime rib while I concentrated on the crab legs and shrimps. I tried a little bit of the roasted turkey with cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes (good) and did not like the salmon (dry).
The dessert buffet was divine, although I have to confess that I only took pictures of them and only ate the donut and crème brûlée. Yummy!
Cravings Buffet offers AYCE prime rib, turkey, salmon, crab legs, shrimp, sushi, barbecue, Mexican, Asian, Mongolian, soups, salads, antipasti, pizza, desserts, etc.
Another draw of the Cravings is the All You Can Drink wine and beer. Nice option but the wines were, of course, not of good quality.
Buffet at Caesar’s Palace and Rio remain to be my better choices but Cravings was decent and even good with fresh and tasty items.
$34.95 per person for dinner.
Since it was a Saturday when we came here, I guess it counts as our Saturday Date NIght!
It was okay. ♡ ♡ ♡