Monte Carlo Buffet

Just The Facts, Please.

Breakfast

Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Adult $14.95 Children $10.95

Lunch

Monday - Friday 11:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
Adult $15.95 Children $11.95

Brunch

Saturday & Sunday 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Adult $19.95 Children $15.95

Dinner

Sunday - Thursday 4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Adult $19.95 Children $15.95

Special Buffets

Gourmet Dinner:
Friday & Saturday 4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Adult $23.95 | Children $15.95

All You Can Eat All Day:
Monday - Thursday
Adult $29.95 | Children (ages 5-11) $17.95
Friday Sunday
Adult $34.95 | Children (ages 5-11) $22.95

 

 

Mavens Overview: Monte Carlo

The buffet at Monte Carlo is exactly the type of buffet you would expect the Monte Carlo to have, perfectly adequate, but nothing special, or to use some golf terminology, "It's playable" The buffet does offer a single price all day pass, which is a good deal if you're hanging around the Monte Carlo all day, and have an above average appetite. The Internet Buzz is mixed, but mostly people feel the buffet offers the quality and selection that they would expect form a buffet at the Monte Carlo.

Internet Buzz: Monte Carlo

  • This is surprisingly a pretty good buffet for the price. It's one of the cheaper buffets on the strip and it's consistently good. Definitely not the buffet to visit if you are only doing one, but not bad. They almost always have some type of barbecue items, mac and cheese, Chinese and Indian food. Sometimes they have a make-your-own pasta bar, Philly cheese steaks and a Mongolian BBQ (my favorite). The dessert is nothing special so plan on filling up on real food.
  • This buffet has improved considerably over the past couple years...Only thing it was missing was sushi.
  • Food is meh. But, there are going to be a few things that you'll like, and then you can eat as much of those things as you want, right? I would steer clear of the seafood entree items. But at the end of the day i was pretty full, didn't have to wait long in line, and didn't pay a ton. Not too shabby.
  • Tried the all you can eat all day for $30, and was a great value. Standard buffet food, but it's all fresh, and a great mix of Asian, American, pasta, pizza, salad bar, Mexican, seafood, prime rib, and even sushi.
  • Monte Carlo buffet isn't bad per se it's simply that other buffets are so much better for what you get / pay. The selection is fairly small, the food was OK, no 1 food item really stands out in my mind... cept the watermelon, that was juicy and sweey
  • Decent offerings - e.g. Prime Rib, BBQ chicken, chicken cacciatore, fish, fried shrimp, Chinese section, mongolian section, taco station, pasta station, salad bar and your normal sides - Mac and cheese, beans, mashed potatoes, roasted potatoes with bacon and cheddar....and a few others that I don't remember. Salad bar had all of the common offerings. Bleu Cheese dressing is very, very thick and very good! All meat offerings were moist and juicy.
  • If you like fresh fruit, they have clean cut watermelon, cantalope, and honeydew. They also had apples, oranges, and bananas. Finally, they had my favorite cake - chocolate cake with white icing. Also good were the mini red velvet cake and carrot cake bites!
  • The pluses: besides the price, there is rarely a line and you can get in and out pretty fast. Breakfast is usually better than dinner. The traditional breakfast dishes are pretty good. For dinner, the prime rib and fried shrimp were the best bets, the desserts sub-par even for a lower end buffet, and everything else about what you would expect.

 

 

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