Spice Market Buffet

Las Vegas, Nevada

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For vegetarians or vegans, this is by far the best buffet in Vegas. There is simply no comparison. Other buffets are piled high with seafood and meat, and Spice Market has its share of animal products. But there is a delightful selection of vegetarian Middle Eastern, Italian, American, and Chinese cuisine, of which many, many dishes are vegan. My main complaint about Spice Market is that I can barely walk after I've finished a meal there.


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This place is expensive - but, then again, it's on the Strip, so what can you expect. Whilst nothing we had was the best example of its type ever, everything was consistently good. Well worth it, but go hungry to make the most of your $23.


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buffet are a turnoff for me, but this place sates my hunger. vegs. and vegans have something to work with.


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I am planning a trip to Vegas and had inquired regarding Vegetarian and Vegan food at the Spice Market Buffet. I am copying the email I received back from the Chef at the buffet:
Hello from The Spice Market Buffet, Nice to hear from you. I'd like to address
your concerns regarding your dietary restrictions on our buffet. You started
with desserts, I like it! We have several egg free desserts including Galliano
cheese cake, Peach cobbler, Cherry pie, Apple pie & Stuffed Cannoli. On our
Italian station we feature items with both our Marinara & Tomato Coulis sauces
that are free of animal product. We also have eggless pastas that we can cook
for you. We have Clam Chowder, Tomato Bisque and Minestrone soups if you're
lucky enough to hit the buffet on that featured Soup D' Jour (Chowder every
Friday). We have several vegan salads. Spicy Thai Cucumber, Bulgar Wheat, Tuscan
Tomato, Hearts of Palm with Asparagus, Mediterannean Frisse Salad and Vegetarian
Sushi Rolls. Italian vinaigrette is also animal product free. As far as our
Asian station, we can accomodate your needs with a little warning. One of our
Asian chefs can whip up some Vegan stir fry. Also, our Middle Eastern Station
features Babaghanoush, Hummus and Taboulleh which are all Vegan friendly items.
Hope this clears up any of your concerns. We're looking forward to seeing you at
Las Vegas' best buffet in the near future. Sincerely, Chef Tim Hulbert, Spice
Market Buffet


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Our meal at Spice Market Buffet in June 2005 was a highlight of our trip to Las Vegas and one of the best vegan meals we have eaten. It isn't marketed as a vegan or vegetarian restaurant, but just as a very large buffet. Many of the restaurants on the Strip seemed to specialize in large portions of non-veg food, and we just stumbled across this one. The ample amounts and varieties of vegetables, breads, legumes, and fruit were just mindboggling. It was pretty expensive for dinner ($22? over $20 including tax, anyway), but well worth it.

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