Just because you are having an inexpensive meal does not have to mean that the quality of the food is poor.
Here is a collection of Las Vegas cheap eats that get good recommendations from both visitors and locals alike:
ALADDIN – The Spice Market Buffet gets very good reviews. It is good value for money and the quality is high.
BELLAGIO – The price may seem a little higher than other buffets but their quality is extremely high and if you try my trick for getting lunch and dinner for the price of one meal then the Bellagio could be the way to go.
PARIS – It has consistently positioned itself as one of the top 5 buffets in Vegas.
MAIN STREET STATION – this one is cheaper than the ones above but is very popular for its varied selection.
CAESARS BUFFET – High quality but perhaps not as large a selection.
MIRAGE – Great service and great food at an affordable price.
THE REGENT IN SUMMERLIN – This hotel is located around 10 miles from The Strip.
RIO CARNIVAL WORLD BUFFET – Lines here are among the longest in town. Global dining at its best with dishes from all over the world – Brazilian, Mexican, Italian, Cantonese, Japanese, the list goes on. If you have enjoy eating foods from all over the world then this buffet is probably for you.
Some favourite affordable Las Vegas cheap eats are Terrible’s, Ellis Island, the Luxor buffet, Golden Gate, Makino’s All You Can Eat Sushi, the Circus Circus buffet, Lucky’s at The Hard Rock Hotel, the Sahara buffet, The Pepper Mill, Binion’s, the Harley Davidson Cafe, Bally’s buffet, Paradise Casino buffet, the Orleans buffet, Texas Station, The Cheesecake Factory, Lawry’s, Mirage, The Wild Wild West Coffee Shop and Lotus of Siam.
There are more than buffets to choose from if you’re after cheap eats in Las Vegas.
Check out Capriotti’s sandwiches – For only $10 you can get a 20 inch long sub.
Deli at Golden Gate – this deli is famous 99 cent shrimp cocktail.
Gold Spike – 24 hour restaurant with roasts for $4.50, potato salad $0.60, breakfasts $1.00.
Riviera – Dollar hot dogs and draft beers for $1.50.
Nevada Palace – $1.99 top sirloin and eggs
Gold Rush – $2 steak and eggs
Klondike – 49 cent breakfast from 11pm to 5am. Prime rib dinners for $3.99
Ellis Island – $4.95 steak specials
Sam’s Town – $3.49 steak and eggs
Las Vegas Club Upper Deck – specials under $4.00
Nevada Palace – $1.99 sirloin and eggs.
Suncoast – Siena Cafe – $1.95 steak and eggs and 99 cent breakfasts
Gold Spike – cocktails for $1.00.
How To Eat For Free In Las Vegas
Casinos give away a lot of coupon books/fun books. Call hotels/casinos in Vegas and ask if they have any fun books you can use. Consult the Las Vegas Advisor. This is a monthly newsletter listing some of the best deals in Vegas. Use free meal coupons or 2 for the price of 1 deals whenever you go out. If you have a players card in a casino and play for at least an hour give your card to the pit boss or promotions clerk and request a free meal at the restaurant of your choice. Also check out inflight magazines.
Remember, never hesitate to ask for anything free in a casino.
If you’re in a tight budget on your Las Vegas vacation then consider splurging a little for breakfast or lunch and then eating some Las Vegas cheap eats for dinner. Remember also that some of the best cheap meal deals occur after midnight too, if you have trouble sleeping.
Article publié pour la première fois le 29/01/2016