Las Vegas: Buffets

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  1. kingalien
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    kingalien Silver Member

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    Ate at the M Resort Studio B buffet. We arrived about 3:15 on a Saturday and waited two hours to get in. Price was $30 for each person.

    One of the things I like about this buffet is the variety of food that is served that included: sushi, mostly rolls and some standard nigiri sushi, sashimi salad, teriyaki steaks, Chinese BBQ-style pork, stir-fried dishes, Korean BBQ short ribs, tempura shrimp, and seafood paella. There was also some Hawaiian dishes such as kalua pork and lomi lomi. The grill and carving stations had grilled mahi mahi on a bamboo (a la cedar plank style), rotissiree chicken, fried chicken, prime rib, and tri-tip. For seafood, there was peeled shrimp, oysters, and snow crab.

    The snow crab was different in that they served both cold and warmed. And instead of the usual individual crab legs you get a whole half crab, that is the four legs (including claw) and the half body.

    Dessert was pretty basic with the usual cakes, crème brulee, chocolate mousse etc. They have an ice cream bar serving sorbet as well. About a dozen different flavors. One can also order an espresso from the ice cream bar.

    If you're looking for a good variety of food at a buffet and don't mind going the 10 miles from the strip then definitely give the Studio B buffet a try.
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