Although the prices of buffets downtown may drop dramatically compared to the Strip, the quality of food doesn’t have to. The problem with great prices is that the lines for downtown casinos can often stretch around the block. However, at the Paradise Buffet there is plenty of room for everyone. With seating for 450, this contemporary dining room sets Paradise Buffet apart from the rest. Palm trees, neon lights, and a slightly over-done Las Vegas them make Paradise Buffet a must see on the long list of Las Vegas buffets. For breakfast try an omelet creation of some fresh pancakes and waffles from the griddle. You will also find all your favorites like bacon, eggs, ham, sausage, has browns, home fries, toast, bagels, muffins, and a wide selection of pastries. During lunch you will find a wide variety of soups, pastas, sandwiches and other fresh entrees. The salad bar at Paradise Buffet is so long that it would be almost impossible to use all the ingredients so choose wisely when pilling your plate.
For dinner, guests can feast on some gourmet options like shrimp, crab, oysters, and even fresh sliced sushi. Certain nights offer different things at the Paradise Buffet. For example steak night, seafood night, and brunch all offer different types of cuisine. On steak night you will find juicy steaks, prime rib, and plenty of kind of potatoes, sides, and sauces for your steak. Carving stations and live cooking stations ensure that your food is not only fresh but cooked exactly the way that you like it. After dinner, stop by the dessert station for a make-your-own sundae where you can choose from a variety of different flavors, toppings, and sauces. The value and selection at Paradise Buffet can’t be beat whether you are coming in for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even their special Champagne Brunch.