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Excalibur Buffet

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Sunday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Monday 8:00 am - 10:00 pm

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday Closed

Thursday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Friday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Saturday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

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Having a tough time getting your group to decide on a dining destination? Excalibur Buffet is sure to please. Excalibur Buffet offers six food stations serving plates inspired by a variety of cultures, including American, Asian, Italian, and more.

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500 Points

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Fantastic! We had a voucher so we only spent a bit over $8 in total for 2 people! An excellent selection of various cuisines, including Asian, American, and Mediterranean. Huge desert selection, with cakes and healthier fruits. Lots of drink choices too. Highly recommend, also for the full price! You'll definitely get your money's worth!

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506 Points

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We went for breakfast and it was ok. Nothing fancy, just regular breakfast items with some shrimp and a nice variety of ethnic dishes to choose from. l love crepes so was pleased they had a crepe bar, however they were just thinking pancakes with canned fruit and whipped cream. The staff was very friendly & all of the food stations were sparkling clean!

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845 Points

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Excalibur Casino’s buffet is one of the cheapest of the buffets that remain in Las Vegas. As with any buffet, the food stations are endless. There is Asian, Latin, American, Bar, Mediterranean, and Pastry stations to choose from. The seating process was a little baffling (tour groups are intermingled with regular hotel guests and other buffet seekers, which caused some confusion when identifying who was hotel guests, general buffet customers or tour groups to be seated accordingly). Not bad overall. Food was filling and delicious for the price. Plenty of seating available too. Staff is professional and expeditious as well.

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1127 Points

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It is a decent buffet with a many options (asian, American, latin and Mediterrian) . The cost per person is around $30 which is pretty decent for Vegas. We went around 11am and it was busy but not overcrowded. Their staff and service was nice as well!

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1036 Points

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This buffet serves a disappointing combination of brunch staples. People showed up dutifully to have terrible coffee and diluted chocolate milk. The unimaginative menu would have worked better if the dishes had been cooked well. The cream cake had an eggy smell and the sausage tasted funny. However, they were quick at clearing plates from the table.

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580 Points

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Allergen warning: Many items have nuts. Inform the server and a chef will tour you around. Effectively I was advised to avoid all desserts, one shrimp dish, and the entire Asian menu. We arrived at 11AM on a Sunday and had about a ten minute line. The line nearly doubled by 11:30AM. I was able to load a MyVegas BOGO downstairs and use it with no issues (effectively $35 for two weekend brunch buffets). My experience at the Excalibur Buffet was pretty lackluster, overall. I started with some smoked salmon, which was dry on some pieces but perfect on others. I then waited in the omelette line. It took about ten minutes from ordering to receive the omelette as one of the induction stoves was malfunctioning. I got some Latin food (chips, guac, birria), some of the carving station meats, and finished with clam chowder, shrimp, and watermelon. Some general advice: -If the omelette line is more than five people long... Be prepared to wait. -Have to use the cashier line to apply any comps. -Self serve beverages are pretty great for a buffet. -All you can drink package is only a good deal if you drink three or more. Otherwise, go a la carte. Individual food review: -The omelette was loaded with a mountain of cheese and took a long time, but it was a 7/10. Very filling. -Bacon was average. -Chicken apple sausages were particularly dry with a starchy texture. -The clam chowder tastes like liquid salt and pepper and barely had any clam, and too much potato. -The carving station was a disappointment. It was told to me that they slow smoke the brisket for 12 hours, but it was one of the driest brisket I've ever had. -My partner got a bit sick eating the sushi. The fish seemed old and whatever they used for the sticky rice didn't taste right. If I were to go again, I would: -Stick with the smoked salmon. Put smoked salmon on your omelette, too. Add guac there too. -Get more shrimp -Eat some of the brunch (French toast and bacon) -Taste a little bit of whatever else I wouldn't come back at full price, especially since they aren't very allergen friendly.

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