Cravings Buffet at the Mirage

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7:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. $14.95


11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. $18.95


Saturdays & Sundays
Champagne Brunch:

11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
$25.95 (includes Champagne)


Daily: 3:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. $25.95

Special Buffets

No Special Buffet



Mavens Overview: Cravings

Cravings Buffet at the Mirage is one of the better buffets on the strip. The food areas are divided into separate specialties, such as Chinese area featuring dim sum type dumplings and noodle soups prepared to order. Salads are also prepared to order, in the salad section, hence no salad bar.

Most buffets in Vegas serve Prime Rib, but Cravings probably serves the best buffet Prime Rib. The Internet Buzz backs supports that statement, it is one of the most buzzed about items at cravings.

The dessert section is small, but above average in quality, don't forget to check out the gellato bar adjacent to the cake and pie area.

Celebrate the art of eating in a visually appetizing scene designed by Adam Tihany and experience eleven cooking stations, a street of restaurants and an array of tempting elements.
from the Mirage Web Site

Internet Buzz: Cravings

  • I like the layout of this buffet, everything was labeled and easy to recognize, so I can choose what I want to eat while I'm sitting down. Great variety.
  • If you want the perfect plate, get a slice of prime rib, a side of chipotle mashed potatoes with turkey gravy, a made-to-order salad from the salad bar, and some corn bread. So. Good
  • This was definitely one of my favorite buffets in Vegas...5 years ago. I feel like the variety is slowly dwindling every single time I come back though. I like how everything is easy to find and it's not an overwhelming amount of food. I also like the selection that there still is there but I feel like everything quality wise is slowly going down as well.
  • You cannot go wrong with their prime rib. It was super tender and juicy.
  • Being a vegetarian I realized that it might be difficult to find non-meat options at a buffet but really didn't run into too much of a problem. I really enjoyed the salad bar. At first I was disappointed because you couldn't make your own but the person who made my salad made it perfectly.
  • Special metal room for fresh Chinese noodles! This was my favorite! A chef is inside this steel room cooking fresh noodles with the options of wonton soup or beef stew soup.... had some gyoza and also few dim sum servings (little shrimp wrapped in rice paper), all very tasty! The best part was hot roast duck and BBQ pork to go along with the noodle soup! YUM!
  • I think Cravings actually had way more variety than any other buffet I've seen. Gyros, Wonton noodle soup, salads, soups, ice cream...whoops I mean GELATO!!!, desserts, pasta, pizza, and of course prime rib and all you can eat Alaskan king crab legs. Now how's the quality...okay I'm going to put the quality of their food somewhere between Bellagio and Spice Market Buffet. Which for the same price as Spice Market is a good deal.
  • For dessert, try the NY Cheesecake with Dark Chocolate Shavins (they have a bunch of individual cheesecakes). It was so good! Also the hand-scooped ice cream (try the Hazelnut!) was so delicious.



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