Cravings Buffet (Temporarily Closed)

22 ratings $$$
100% of 5 votes say it's celiac friendly

3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109 Directions

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Went here for breakfast , asked for the chef and the only thing my girlfriend could have were French toast and omelette. We read the reviews before coming and had high hopes of having more varieties, turns out not so much

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Yes

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The staff was super helpful walking us through the buffet, identifying all of the gluten free options. They prepared a custom, gluten free pizza for us in a dedicated gluten free oven. Great value and tons of options.

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Had a great experience at the buffet. I mentioned to one of the chef at the carving stations that I was celiac and we ended up having chef Jesus walk us through the entire buffet. He had knowledge of every possible cross contamination and told us where it was safe. Excellent experience he even showed us a labled dedicated GF oven that you can see from the pass, and deserts are on the top shelf, so glutinous desserts won't fall accidentally on top . Usually scared of buffets but I will be eating here again tomorrow!

Celiac friendly?

Yes

Updated 1 year ago read full review

This establishment is NOT a dedicated gluten-free facility and may not be safe for those with celiac disease. Please contact the establishment directly to inquire about safety precautions.

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Celiac

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I came for the breakfast buffet and they were super helpful! The chef came out and walked me through everything that I could eat that was celiac safe. He pointed out they could make me toast in a dedicated gluten free toaster. He even offered to make gluten free French toast! I had plenty of options including a variety of fruit, breakfast meats, eggs/egg white bake, beans, salsa, guacamole, different styles of potatoes, sliced meats. I don’t eat dairy so I had some limited options but felt it was well worth it!

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Yes

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I went for dinner. Mentioned my gluten "allergy" at the front and chef Jonathan came out to tour me around. He was wonderful! Super personable and very knowledgeable. He also assured me I could ask for him anytime if I had any more questions. They had pasta and pizza options, and tons more. I enjoyed the crab, mashed potatoes, ceasar salad and ribs the most. I didn't feel super confident at the pasta station and decided not to get it, but he said they would switch gloves and they have a separate pot for gluten free. Some dessert options too. The creme brulé was good. My favourite buffet in las Vegas from my time there. Didn't get sick either.

Celiac friendly?

Yes

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Celiac

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I visit the Mirage buffet every time I am in Vegas. Make sure to request the chef walks you through as many gf options are not marked. They have a separate gf toaster and will prep a gf pizza on request. They also have gf pasta and in occasion gf ravioli by special request. Have eaten there for breakfast and dinner with great success!

Celiac friendly?

Yes

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Gluten free options, however all the would offer gluten free from brunch buffet was toast, I was not offered pancakes or French toast as another reviewer stated

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The staff was very knowledgeable and a chef walked through with me and my mom. They have a dedicated gluten free oven and tons of options. I would highly recommend if you have celiacs and are in Las Vegas!

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Yes

Updated 2 years ago read full review

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Very few options for gluten free. The ones they do have are marked, true enough, but you’ll pay full price and miss 80% of the restaurant’s offerings. Not a good choice for a $50 meal.

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Celiac

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chef took me on a tour. lots of options! even ravioli cooked in separate water.

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Yes

Updated 2 years ago read full review

Celiac

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Really catered to my celiac. chef comes out to understand exactly what you want. I wanted pancakes for breakfast. He made from scratch and served gf French toast while I was waiting for that. I wish all restaurants we're so attentive.

Updated 2 years ago read full review

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This place was wonderful! The head Chef, Remberto, took us around and showed us all that we could have. He even made us gf pancakes, chips, plantains, and pizza! Highly recommend as the staff was super knowledgeable and so so accommodating.

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Yes

Updated 3 years ago read full review

Celiac

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Great experience, all you do is ask about GF, and chef will walk you through buffet. Will make GF ravioli ( which was delicious), GF pizza and bread for you if you want that too.

Updated 3 years ago read full review

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Very few options. Not a great place at $75 for no choices, ugh incompetence

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No

Updated 3 years ago read full review

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I love this place! We came for dinner, and the chef, Jose, walked us through all the stations, explaining what was GF and what was not. (Some things are labeled, some aren't). He also told me the kitchen could specially make things if I'd like. They even had a pasta station with a GF only pot & strainer! It was so delicious and so fun to thoroughly gorge myself!!

Celiac friendly?

Yes

Updated 3 years ago read full review

Celiac

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The chef Remi was fantastic. He came out and walked the floor with me and explained everything. There are tons of options and he even made a special sushinplate and dessert plate for me. The attention to gluten free details was amazing. They altered their menu to make as much gluten free as possible and are still making additional changes. They even have gluten free bread and pizza crust if you ask. They also have a dedicated oven for gluten free. The chef was simply amazing.

Celiac friendly?

Yes

Updated 4 years ago read full review

Not celiac

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After I notified the staff of my gluten allergy, they called chef Jose who walked me through all the stations so I would know what I could and couldn't eat. Although it was great for me, it is not safe for those who are super sensitive because of the risk of contamination.

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No

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Celiac

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I really like this buffet. All the items are marked if they are gf, v, I think df was marked as well. They had plenty of gf selection at this buffet. They told me if I had any questions just to ask, and when I did the staff seemed very knowledgeable. I highly recommend.

Celiac friendly?

Yes

Updated 5 years ago read full review

Celiac

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Really great GF options for a buffet. Ask your server to call the chef, he will walk the buffet with you and tell you what you can eat. He even made us GF ravioli and delivered it to our table. The deli has GF bread and a dedicated toaster. Three celiac and one reacted. Everyone found food they loved.

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Vegas can be a tough experience for those of us with celiac, especially when you're there on a budget. I am fairly sensitive to even small amounts of cross-contamination, so I had assumed a buffet was off my list of options, but was excited to hear that the Cravings chef would do a personal walk-through of the options for those of us with dietary restrictions. He was kind and knowledgable, as were the kitchen staff, and I dug in to delicious eggs, bacon, salad, and vanilla creme brûlée with confidence. Unfortunately, despite their good intentions, there was some measure of cross-contamination, and I did get glutened.

Celiac friendly?

No

Updated 6 years ago read full review

Celiac

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We had a great experience at the buffet...which can be a little scary if you have Celiac. The chef walked us around the different buffets, telling us what was gluten free and what we should definitely avoid. He even offered to cook anything else we wanted.

Celiac friendly?

Yes

Updated 6 years ago read full review

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