MGM Grand Buffet

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7:00am - 11:00am $17.25


11:00am - 2:30pm $19.99


Saturday & Sunday: 7:00am - 2:30pm $24.99


4:30pm - 9:30pm
Weekday Dinner $27.99 (sun thurs)
Weekend Dinner $30.99 (fri & sat)

Special Buffets

Burgundy Short ribs (Lunch Service)
Osso Buco (Dinner Service Only)
Authentic Indian Dishes
All-You-Can-Eat Prime Rib and Crab Legs (Dinner Service Only)
Shrimp And Wild mushroom Ravioli
Chicken and Biscuit Breakfast Muffin



Mavens Overview: MGM Buffet

The Buffet at MGM Grand is another standard Vegas buffet. There is not much to steer someone away or towards this buffet. If you're in the neighborhood, and want to try a buffet, this one will do.

The Internet Buzz seems unfairly negative, perhaps the top buffets in town have raised the bar for all the middle of the road ones. One unsettling bit of buzz is that that the MGM Grand Buffet has gone downhill in recent years, that's certainly no way to compete against Wynn and Bellagio.

Internet Buzz: MGM Buffet

  • I went here for a Sunday brunch and had a good experience. I got very speedy mimosa refills (and that's all the really matters), and the food was good. I'm a vegetarian and was really craving some fresh fruit--the watermelon was great--and hummus, which was tasty. I had some bean salad as well that tasted great. And dessert...DESSERT!! It's worth it just for the hazelnut creme brulee. Seriously.
  • I love love love all kinds of melons, and their watermelons and honey melons (or whatever you Americans calls them) were fresh so I had a bunch of them Their veggie pizza was really yummy, I only wish I had more space in my belly to eat more than one slice (I discovered them after already eating like five plates)
  • This food here is terrible. I use to come here all the time when I was in Vegas for their champaign brunch on Saturday or Sunday, but over the last two years this place has gone downhill. The last couple of times I've been there the food has been bland, dry, & often cold.
  • I was surprised to find a whole vegetarian section, and there was a nice assortment of Indian vegetable dishes, along with pappadum and mint sauce. I'm not a vegetarian, but I love veggies, and Indian food is my absolute favorite. But if cruise ships can do it well, MGM Grand ought to be able to, also. Everything I tried from that section was bland and tasteless, with not a hint of spice, or any kind of flavoring at all. In fact, everything I tasted was woefully forgettable.
  • I went for lunch, and thought they had a great selection, with several excellent dishes. The shrimp ravioli and a few choices at the carving station were particularly good.
  • Food was very hit or miss. I would have expected much better quality for the price. Steamed dim sum dumplings were cold and dried out. Miso soup was devoid of tofu and sooo salty. Chinese 'rice balls' were awfully dried out and sitting in a thick sauce that was so salty that I could not eat it.
  • This buffet does the job if you're seriously craving seafood, Indian and desserts. I really loved the crab legs and the chicken curry they had. The dessert station is plentiful. Tons and tons of delicious cakes and tarts.
  • Everythng was soo yummy! If I remember correctly I had, a salad, crab, prime rib, potstickers, lobster filled ravel-oi, some other pasta rolled up with spinach inside (I dont remember what it was called), Brussels sprouts and probably something else lol. For dessert I had bread pudding which was bomb!



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