All items in the buffet were properly labeled (gf, vegan, etc) I was worried about lack of meat options but the carving station had plenty of it. Lots of non meat options to pick from too. Rather pricey for what I could eat, but it did include beer and wine (sorry no gf beer). Disappointed there were no gf deserts.
All their food is labelled. Because of this I rate it much higher than the Bellagio or Aris. A decent selection of main courses although never any dessert options that weren’t ice cream. The Aria has GF cake... but the food wasn’t labelled and was a worse choice.
My experience has to be recorded. Staff did not change gloves after touching gluten desserts then watched gluten free Creme Brulees be placed onto a serving dish. Also, Couscous made of wheat was on display. Chief acknowledged mistake and removed the gf Symbol from display.
Everything on the buffet was marked GF and I made sure to only chose those which had no gluten/crumbly items in the trays next to it. This buffet had tons of choice and I was pretty happy! I had pork carnitas, seafood, roast meats, steamed veg, curry, roast veg... and more. Didn’t have any reactions and I’m pretty sensitive to trace amounts.
I have eaten at this buffet before, so this is a combined review of a couple experiences. Although this buffet has some gf marked items, compared to other buffets in Las Vegas I find this one a little disappointing. I also was quite shocked when the woman working the dessert counter was going to give me brownies and other things because she didn't understand there was a difference between "sugar free" and "gluten free." The chef was very apologetic about this and explained she didn't understand English well, but I would think that this common question "where are your gluten free desserts" would have been something they would have helped her with. Luckily I caught/questioned it so no harm done. There other menu items are clearly marked, but I wish there would have been more gf options.