There’s just something about buffets that keeps people coming back to them time after time. They don’t have the greatest food quality and have been poked and prodded by countless people which makes the idea of eating anything under heat lamps an unenthusiastic ordeal. Buffets offer great economic benefits if you can consume more food than the price of your meal. In some instances, the all-you-can-eat buffet model has failed when some individuals ate too much free food and were forced to leave the restaurant. Most of the time, people can’t eat as much food compared to the price of the buffet and the restaurant is able to make a profit. Buffets are great because they have a wide selection of different items. Most of these items can be expensive as entrees or appetizers at a regular restaurant. At a buffet, you get the chance to try all of these dishes for the same price. Also, buffets give regular people the chance to eat expensive items such as crabs legs as much as they want when they’re usually too expensive to purchase at your local grocery store. People have limited incomes and buffets are great for people to stretch their disposable income out. Others feel that buffets are a challenge. If the sign says ‘All-You-Can-Eat’, then people will take on the challenge and see just how much food they can consume in one day. Value and variety are the kings of the day at your local buffet.

If we’re looking for selection and quality, we’re going to hop on a plane and fly to Las Vegas, Nevada. Vegas is the king of buffets by trying to entice gamblers and tourists with lunch specials and cheap prices to keep their stomachs full and their butts inside the casinos. Critics and guests voted the Rio buffet as the best buffet in Vegas. The Rio buffet has more than 300 dishes prepared fresh daily. You can get breakfast, lunch or dinner items and the variety ranges from omelettes or prime rib to sushi or Asian barbecue. In some spots, you can enjoy live-action cooking in front of your eyes and have meals prepared to your liking. There are different ethnic stations set up where you can grab Asian food from one area and go to another spot to get American food. Uniquely, they have a custom noodle soup bar, a choose your own stir fry station, and they have some crab legs and shrimp to peel. For dessert, enjoy more than 70 varieties of homemade pies, cakes and pastries, and nine gelato flavors, all made from scratch on site at Carnival World Buffet. The place can get busy which is a good sign as the food is almost always fresh and is constantly being turned over and not sitting under a heat lamp for hours. The price ranges from 25$ for lunch to 35$ for dinner. There’s a great bonus if you’re a local Vegas resident as you get a 50% discount.

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