Along with fast/casual and celebrity chef restaurants in Las Vegas, buffets are also everywhere you turn. There are some hits and misses but if you do your research you can find a buffet you enjoy with all your favorite foods. I wanted to hit at least one buffet so I chose Spice Market at Planet Hollywood. I also had a five dollar off coupon so that helped with the $30 per adult prices for dinner. Kids under twelve are free and I imagine that helps many families who want to get their grub on. You can also buy 24 hour buffet passes and visit as many different ones as you want within that time for one price. Lunch is cheaper so I would recommend eating at a buffet for lunch and then maybe somewhere like Shake Shack for dinner if you want to save some dough.
Spice Market is one of Vegas's best buffets. It's a lavish one with many different types of international cuisine. With food from all over the world, its hard to choose, and since its a buffet you don't have to. There's plenty of fresh seafood with crab legs, mussels and salmon. The sushi was especially good and I loved the unique presentation of the fish and chips in the mini fryers. The Italian section had pizza from a wood fired oven and pasta for miles. There was every type of food and I didn't even come close to trying every one. Then the dessert area seemed to stretch forever. We went a little nuts grabbing cupcakes and loading up a small plate of sweets to try. There was also flan, éclairs, sugar free desserts, and ice cream with cones and sprinkles, and lots more. My favorite was the mini lemon pie topped with a blackberry and the vanilla cupcake with strawberries. Spice Market was a huge buffet with tons of seating and food stations that seem to go on and on. You'll burn the calories just walking around to get more food!