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“The United Nations of buffets”

Spice Market Buffet
Ranked #597 of 4,850 Restaurants in Las Vegas
Price range: $10 - $27
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Good for: Large groups, Families with children
Dining options: Dinner, Breakfast, Late Night, Lunch, Buffet
Neighborhood: The Strip
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5 reviews
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“The United Nations of buffets”
Reviewed April 15, 2013 via mobile

Great variety and fresh. The service staff was On top of things and the wait to be seated was very brief for a Friday evening. Would eat there again.

  • Visited April 2013
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Winnipeg, Canada
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“One of the best in Vegas”
Reviewed April 14, 2013

We travel to Vegas 2-3 times a year. We always hit the Spice Market in Planet Hollywood. The food is always great and there is such a huge selection. The bonus for us is the warm half shell crab legs. Food is always refreshed, drink service is excellent although they only serve beer & wine for alcoholic beverages if that's you're thing. Can be a bit pricey but if you grab the 24 hour buffet pass it cuts down on the cost. Always a hit with our group.

Visited April 2013
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Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
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“Lots of choice for vegetarians, too”
Reviewed April 14, 2013

I bought a buffet of buffets wristband here (almost $60 inc tax, but would be cheaper for those with Total Rewards cards), and had my first Las Vegas buffet here that evening about 7pm. The wait was about 20 minutes (in total for the before paying and before being seated queues), but the line wasn't long. The food stations are set up round the outside of the dining area, and there are plenty of them, so it will take a while to walk round and check them all out as this place is large.

Good selection of food, and even plenty for me to eat. Being vegetarian, especially in Vegas, there's not a lot of choice for a healthy meal on the strip, but here I got nice food (both healthy and unhealthy!) and tasty selections from round the world, freshly made and of good quality.

Had I realised what the food selection was going to be like in the other buffets I tried the next day, I probably would have had all my meals in this one.

Only bit that needs work is the dessert selection. As it is a buffet with world choices, it would be nice to see a selection of that for dessert, too. Fair enough that most people have eaten enough already at that point, but not eveyone likes cupcakes, and there were an awful lot of them. The frozen custard (though it tasted like ice cream to me) was nice.

  • Visited March 2013
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Calgary, Canada
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“Wide variety, all fairly well done”
Reviewed April 13, 2013

We visited for an early supper.

Pros:
1. There was a wide variety of choices, including some foods that aren't often available at other buffets (e.g.: lamb).
2. The quality, presentation and service were great. The food quality would actually compare fairly well to a non-buffet restaurant at the same price point. I find this isn't typical for most buffets -- one usually has to trade off quality and freshness for quantity to enjoy a buffet.
3. The dessert area seemed especially well stocked.

Neutral:
1. This place is huge. It takes a long time to get from one end to the other, even just to look at what's available. While this illustrates the large variety of choices available, other buffets laid out with "islands" are somewhat quicker to survey and navigate.

Overall, we would eat here again. While there were some typical choices that seem to appear at almost every buffet (e.g.: Prime Rib -- and I love Prime Rib!), the availability of other choices was a nice surprise (e.g.: Tandoori chicken).

Visited April 2013
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Edmonton, Canada
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“Average buffet”
Reviewed April 13, 2013

The buffet was okay. It was nice to see hot crab. Some of the food had been sitting too long so I would recommend they check this more often. We found the cupcakes dry and rice was dry as well at the Mexican station.

Visited March 2013
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