The Wynn Buffet Las Vegas offers a tremendous selection of culinary delights inspired by the talented and experienced chefs at this beautiful hotel and resort casino. There are a variety of dining options that range from fine dining to casual fare at the hotel. The dining experience at the Wynn Buffet Las Vegas is nothing short of gourmet. While you can find buffets in just about any hotel on the Strip if you just want to fill up, few will offer the truly high caliber cuisine as is found here other than perhaps the Sterling Brunch at Bally's. Of course, you can pay a lot more money at one of the fine dining establishments on the premises of the Wynn, but you will not find the sheer variety of delicious food as you will at the Wynn Buffet. There are some sixteen live action stations for food preparation, where you will find everything from carved prime rib to made to order omelets and waffles. You can even enjoy thickly sliced bacon carved from a delectable, mouthwatering slab right before your eyes.
Breakfast is served Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and costs $18. The breakfast offerings are just as tempting if not more than those at lunch and dinner at the alluring Wynn Buffet. You can expect to find such gourmet treats as eggs Benedict, huge, fluffy omelets, and maple potato pancakes with bacon. The made-to-order omelets that are found at most buffets are also found here. For even more options, go for the Champagne Brunch on weekends from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This costs a little extra at about $30, but includes breakfast options plus some of the lunch and dinner fare as well. And, of course, Champagne just makes everything a little better.
Lunch and dinner at the Wynn Buffet also provide excellent opportunities to gather the whole group around the table to enjoy a meal where everyone can have exactly what they want. The carving stations are in full gear, serving everything from veal short ribs to prime rib, and the salad bar with artisan breads and a wide variety of soups seems to go on for days. Other delicious items on the Wynn Buffet Las Vegas are the fresh ceviche, jumbo shrimp, crab legs, lamb chops, sushi, and a plethora of indulgent deserts. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and costs $22.
Dinner is served Monday through Thursday, as well as Sunday from 3:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Dinner is available on Friday and Saturday from 3:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. The cost is about $35 per person. Expect many of the treats from lunch, but with more options—most importantly, more gourmet options. Alaskan King Crab Legs, shrimp and other delectable seafood, lamb chops, prime rib and a variety of steak. A full array of soup, salad, and bread is also there if you have room for more. Dessert is also a delight here (but, really, where is dessert not a delight?). Creme brulee, strawberry shortcake, and raspberry Champagne parfait are just some of the highlights. Come with an empty stomach as you will need all the room you can afford to enjoy the large variety at the Wynn Buffet.
The Wynn Buffet is one of the most popular such destinations in Las Vegas in one of the most popular hotel casinos in Vegas, so you can expect Wynn Buffet lines. It is always advantageous to arrive toward the beginning of the rollout of each meal to cut down on long waits. If you end up having to wait, both the food and service should be worth it. You can oftentimes find a Wynn Buffet coupon, whether from the Vegas tourism board, the concierge at the hotel, or a server or host at the buffet. Most times it is as easy as simply inquiring. Vegas is a town filled with discounts. If you are looking for a cheaper buffet, check out Circus Circus or the Rio, but if you are looking for amazing food, look no further.