The Excalibur Buffet combines affordable prices with an adequate selection of food to offer a valuable, casual dining experience on the Las Vegas Strip. It does not offer nearly as many gourmet items as the Bellagio Buffet or the Planet Hollywood Buffet, for example, but you will not want for any of the traditional buffet favorites, and even some specialty items and live action carving stations where you will enjoy items like prime rib and roasted breast of turkey. For those people looking to dine cheaply in Las Vegas, you can also take advantage of Excalibur coupons to reduce the price of an already affordable spread. Much like the Circus Circus buffet (another very affordable option), The Excalibur Buffet also offers a one-day pass for a reduced, fixed price that gives you access to the buffet all day. You can get the wristband for this from the buffet cashier or the Excalibur box office.
Breakfast at the Excalibur Buffet is a great time to fuel up for a day of exploring the exciting city. This is also the most inexpensive meal of the day at all the buffets in the city. The Excalibur happens to be one of the cheapest buffets in Las Vegas for the food selection. Enjoy made to order omelets, waffles, sausage, bacon, cereal, fresh fruit and juice, and much more at breakfast. Breakfast is served Monday through Sunday from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and costs $14.99 for adults and $10.99 for kids.
Lunch hours are from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and the lunch buffet costs $15.99 for adults and $11.99 for kids. The Excalibur Roundtable Buffet features an extensive salad bar (an absolute must for any buffet on the Vegas Strip). Here you will find a bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as a variety of salad selections, soups, and cold cuts. There are also several stations dedicated to international dishes including one that features a range of innovative and flavorful Asian dishes. You can even get sushi. The Excalibur Roundtable Buffet also has all of the pizza and pasta lovers covered, and kids will be pleased to have the option of eating favorites like hot dogs, cheeseburgers, and ice cream sundaes.
Lunch and dinner are the times to get fresh shrimp, crab legs, prime rib, and many other Vegas buffet staples. The key is trying to get to buffets like this around the time that the particular meal begins. This will help you avoid waiting in line and will keep you from having to deal with warmish food that has not been switched over yet. Generally speaking, the Excalibur Roundtable Buffet is a quality spread, but for the money you spend, you can’t expect the Sterling Brunch at Bally’s. If you use available Excalibur coupons you will be able to realize even greater savings for dining on your trip. Be sure to check out the desert station where you can select from a wide variety of pastries and other goodies.
Dinner hours are from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. and this meal here costs $19.99 for adults and $15.99 for children. The dinner selection here is about the same as the lunch selection, just perhaps with a few additional options. Expect carving stations, pastas, salad, vegetables, and a spread of premade desserts. This is not one of the most highly rated dinner buffets around, but it is generally good food and offers a large variety.
The Excalibur buffet is a good option for anyone who wants to try out the famous Vegas buffet scene without spend a ton of money and is generally a bit higher quality than some of the extremely cheap buffets. There is no weekend Champagne brunch here, so if you are interested in that, you may want to consider a visit to Rio, Bally’s, the Bellagio, or any number of the other hotels and resort casinos along the strip that offer them. All things considered, the Excalibur Buffet is a decent enough spread for the money and even has an interesting, themed interior.