Nothing labelled. Poor selection of options although they did have a chocolate and strawberry cake on the dessert section. Not worth the cost. The MGM labels all their food very clearly so it’s much easier to eat in as the staff at the Bellagio and aria buffets are not hugely knowledgeable and some dangerously so.
The buffet was outstanding! Chef Craig took the time to show me everything I could have — extensive list of great food!!
Went for breakfast. I mentioned that I had gluten "allergy" at the front when I paid. The chef came and toured me around and showed me what I could eat. Lots of options and they had options for gluten free pancakes and pizza that they could make specially. I wound up taking way too much food. The pancakes I didn't enjoy that much. The brisket was very very good though. Overall the food was decent. The coffee was awful though I would recommend skipping it. I didn't get sick either.
Highly recommended. Wide section of gluten free options. Follow everyone else’s advice and have a chef come out and tell you what is gluten free. Not only great for gluten free, but the food is very good as well.
Echoing an earlier review, my wife has celiacs and we never go to buffets but this place really knows how to do it. The chef met with us and showed us everything that is and isn’t GF, and they can prepare it in the back by request. Thank you Aria!
Had brunch at Aria buffet. Options for GF diners include omelette station, fruits, salad, seafood, deli meats and some GF desserts such as gelato and GF tiramisu (clearly labeled as GF). Other reviews mention that the chef will walk you through the buffet and let you know what is GF.
Fabulous selection of GF options. Came here for my birthday and am not disappointed. I usually steer clear of buffets but this one is an exception to the rule!
I am Celiac and I own one of the few gluten free restaurants in the US. As a chef I am very aware of how hard finding safe gluten free food can be. This buffet was exceptional. The chef took me around the entire selection of food. They have a dedicated fryer, so many items such as chips and many fried items are available (usually off limits). The chef stated the restaurant is geared to provide as many gluten free items as they can. WELL DONE!!!!!
The chef gave us a complete walkthrough of the buffet. Very friendly and helpful.
We went to the Buffett based on what we read here on FindMeGlutenFree- we took a tour with the chef and was NOT convinced they were serious about making sure items were GF. The chef pointed to items saying those over there are GF but those over on the end are not (very non-specific) - we not only were confused which were GF we didn't feel confident that he knew! Items should be well marked so not to make a mistake- after our tour my daughter just didn't feel confident she would get a safe meal but for the $35 price there were not enough choices to make it worth the risk. I'm giving 3 stars because we really didn't eat there so giving them the benefit of the doubt.
The chef did a complete walk through and seemed very knowledgeable.
The Buffet at Aria offered a pretty good selection of gluten free options. Ask for a tour from the chef.
We asked the concierge desk about gluten free options and they made a call head to the chef who was willing to accommodate our allergies. We were met right away by Chef Ray who took the time to walk us through the entire buffet and let us know what we could and could not have and even made a pizza and fried rice upon request of my son that had no gluten and no dairy. The buffet had many items we could eat and they even offered GF bread and desserts