For so many years Las Vegas has been known as the land of the buffets, and even though it has become a dining destination with tremendous restaurants, the buffet is still going strong.

Check out the 8 best buffets in Las Vegas worth checking out, eight of them cost under $25. If you are trying to stick to a budget in Las Vegas be sure to read our Las Vegas on a Budget post.

8 Best Las Vegas Buffets

Makino Sushi & Seafood BuffetKusina Ni Lorraine

If anyone’s hankering for sushi, fried seafood, or a bit of both, the Japanese-style buffet Makino is the place to go. Apparently, they’ve got you covered, whether you fancy a hot bowl of ramen, garlic shrimp, or fresh crab legs.

With a mere seven-minute drive from the strip, Makino is the perfect choice for a Japanese-style feast without having to break the bank. Lunch is $25.99. Located at 3965 S Decatur Blvd. 89103.

Kusina Ni LorraineMakino Sushi & Seafood Buffet

Enjoy this Filipino buffet just a ten-minute drive from the strip. It is the most affordable choice out of the options available, at a mere $13.99 per person! The buffet boasts classic Filipino dishes like pancit, kare-kare, dinaguan, adobo and bistek.

But the highlights do not end there! Indulge your sweet tooth with one of the quintessential Filipino desserts, Halo-halo. This sweet concoction is a mixed bag of excitement, packed with crushed ice, condensed milk, and an array of ingredients such as ube jam, sweet beans, boiled taro, flan, and slices of fruit. Located at 3507 S Maryland Pkwy 89169. 

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Garden Buffet at South Point

Indulging in the bright and cheerful ambiance of the Garden Buffet in South Point Las Vegas is a guest favorite experience. Offering a vast variety of unbeatable priced selections, this restaurant is a must-visit.

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Customers can take their taste buds on a delectable journey with six live cooking stations that offer cuisines ranging from Asian to Mexican, Italian, Barbecue, Chinese, and Seafood dishes. Not only this, but guests can also get their customized creations from Mongolian Grill that puts your appetite in the driver’s seat. Breakfast is 16.95 and lunch is 19.95

The Bacchanal Buffet 

The Bacchanal Buffet

Garden Court Buffet

In the downtown area at Main Street Casino, you will stumble upon the Garden Court Buffet where ethnic dishes make it a popular choice.  There are many selections of Hawaiian and Filipino dishes as well as American standards like steak, seafood, and tons of stations that will satisfy just about everyone. Weekday brunch is only $$23.99 and includes champagne, so check it out!

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Westgate Fresh Buffet

Tantalizing dishes await at the Fresh Buffet in Westgate. At the carvery section, succulent brisket, pork belly, and ribs complement an array of sausages, and let’s not forget the irresistible fried or achiote chicken. For those craving Asian cuisine, classic Chinese dishes, pork buns, and pot stickers await, alongside artichoke salad and shrimp cocktail temptations. As for the dessert area, prepare for a feast of wholesome favorites, including pecan pie, pear, or cherry cobbler. Weekday brunch is $19.99 and weekday lunch is $22.99.

Royal Indian Buffet

Inside the Rio Casino in Las Vegas sits an inviting restaurant, where patrons indulge in a lavish spread of favorite North Indian entrées, served alongside freshly baked bread at their table.

Pairing the meal with carefully curated Indian beers, wines, and delectable cocktails adds to the culinary experience. The authentic flavors of India come alive in every bite, beckoning guests to enter a world of tasteful delights. Lunch costs $14.95.

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Spice Market Buffet The Buffet at Luxor

It’s the perfect Las Vegas spot for a casual and filling meal. No need to book in advance, plus children under the age of four eat for free! Enjoy the wide range of food on offer at the massive 30-foot salad bar, homemade pizza station, delectable carving station, tasty omelet station, and specialties from around the world, all located on the lower level.

Don’t forget the scrumptious dessert station, offering freshly baked pastries and sugar-free delights for a sweet finish. Indulge yourself in a dining experience designed to tantalize your taste buds – The Buffet has something for everyone. Brunch costs $28.99 on Wednesday and Thursday.

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Wicked Spoon

My favorite buffet is the one I consider to be the best buffet in Las Vegas, Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan and unfortunately, it costs over $25 so that’s why it is last. This is where I came to celebrate when a police officer recovered my wedding ring in a pawn shop

Brunch is $28 Mon-Thurs and Fri-Sun for $36 adult and dinner is $42 Monday – Thursday and $49 on Friday – Sunday. Kids under 4 eat free! Kids ages 5 years to 10 years pay $16 for brunch and $20 for dinnerEverything is served in tiny portions on small plates. It’s a great way to try a lot of items. 

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