The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas

Las Vegas, Nevada

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Fantastic. Everything I tried from the vegan options was amazing. Ravioli... it's been over 10 years since I've had ravioli. Loved it, and the chef at the pasta station was fun to watch. Could have been more vegan dessert options but the chocolate chip cookies were really good and strawberry gelato was a nice touch.
Everything that is vegan is marked which makes it really easy. There's quite a few choices, I actually didn't get to try everything.
Definately sign up for a red card and use it if you plan to gamble at the Wynn or Encore, if you get enough points you can score 2 free buffet passes. My husband and I both got to eat free on Saturday night which is normally $39.99 per person (though if we had paid it would have still been worth it, food was so good and service was fantastic) it's a little less on weeknights. Get there early and show your red card to avoid the line up.


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I decided to post this review about the buffet at the Wynn in Las Vegas because, after searching all over the web, I finally found one single posting saying that the Wynn buffet was the best bet for vegetarians and I have to agree.

First of all, it is not a 100% vegetarian buffet, it’s Vegas after all, but it has a lot of vegetarian and vegan options. All dishes are labeled and the ones that are vegan are notated “VEGAN”. There are many different stations with food from all over the world and in each station there was at least one vegan option and one or two vegetarian. For example, the Chinese food station had a dish with steamed vegetables and tofu. The next day it had vegetables with tofu in black sauce. It was delicious. Another station, with Mediterranean food, had Baba Ganoosh, hommus and yogurt dip. Italian station with made to order pasta with different sauces and one or two kinds of veggie pizzas (delicious dough). Indian station with Basmati rice with nuts and herbs, and chickpeas in curry sauce. Tossed salad station. Cheese station. Sushi station with veggie rolls. American station with grilled vegetables. Different kinds of breads and the list goes on.
On top of that, the dessert room was great with many different kinds of cakes, cookies, ice cream, mousses, etc.

It is not the cheapest buffet in the city but I found it worth every single penny. After looking at a lot of different buffets in Vegas, I ended up having lunch at the Wynn for 3 consecutive days. So, although it’s not a 100% vegetarian buffet, vegetarians and vegans can feast at the Wynn. I highly recommend it and can’t wait to go back.

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