The crown for the cheapest buffet for lunch is still going to Palace Station and Arizona Charlie’s Boulder, costing only $6.99 (with their players card; if you have to sign up, which is simple and free, give yourself a few extra minutes and bring your photo ID); whilst the cheapest Vegas buffet for dinner is at Arizona Charlie’s Boulder ($8.99 during midweek), Fiesta Henderson and Palace Station (still, be prepared to need your players card, as explained above).
The cheapest brunch buffet, costing $8.99, is at Arizona Charlie’s Boulder and Fiesta Henderson. The cheapest Vegas buffet for breakfast is (again) at Arizona Charlie’s Boulder, which is just $5.49 with card. The following contenders are at Silver Seven, Palms (but read our update on its dedicated page), Gold Coast, Orleans, Fremont, Main Street Station, Sam’s Town, Suncoast, Aliante, Silverton, South Point, Rampart, Cannery, Eastside Cannery, Railroad Pass, Fiesta Rancho, Santa Fe Station, Boulder Station and Texas Station, mostly for breakfast and lunch, along with Red Rock and Green Valley Ranch for breakfast only.
What can you find at the cheapest buffets in Las Vegas? General breakfast favorites (including eggs, sausages, pancakes) or, for lunch and dinner, you’ll have the usual American comfort food, some Italian-imitation dishes, some Chinese dishes, some Mexican dishes, some sort of ‘salad’ station and a dessert station (with soft-serve ice cream or, if you are lucky, with gelato). Some of the better buffets will have much more, including Sushi, made-to-order Asian grill, Sushi (not great, but still…) and a few stronghold dishes which may make you want to go back for more. For example, Red Rock has some really delicious Calzone (or Stromboli – but they are only good depending on who’s making them, unfortunately). This is for the bargain-basement, lowest prices of the week; on weekend dinner or brunch you may find more, such as seafood.
The very best buffets in Vegas include some very affordable buffets, so click on the link to find out our easy-to-read, simple list.