88% of 9 votes say it's Celiac friendly

3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 Directions

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Celiac
2 weeks ago

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.

Celiac
3 weeks ago

Really good labeling, though slightly disappointed in GF range of food. Chef and staff were really helpful and made some fresh cooked fish. Limited deserts (ice cream and fruit).

3 weeks ago

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.

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Celiac
4 months ago
Not celiac friendly

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.

Celiac
4 months ago
Celiac friendly

Many items were marked gf and they offered to bring out the chef. Ate breakfast without issue (and I’m a very sensitive celiac). I had scrambled eggs, bacon, fruit, yogurt and dried fruit, and potatoes.

Celiac
6 months ago
Celiac friendly

Lots of gluten free options for celiacs

Not celiac
1 year ago

I appreciate the fact that items are clearly labeled as GF. Buffets are often tricky for a number of reasons but I had a great experience. I am gluten sensitive and did not have a reaction.

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

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.

Celiac
1 year ago

Every item has ‘GF’ written if it doesn’t contain gluten, so many choices and tastes good. Only thing is I’m not sure how they prevent cross contamination, but personally I have not become ill from eating there.

Celiac
1 year ago

Everything is clearly marked and I did not get sick- but the amount of food available for a celiac was definitely not worth the price.

Not celiac
2 years ago

They have lots of GF options, all clearly marked. And the food was amazing.

3 years ago

Nothing was gluten free! And what they did have was awful

Not celiac
3 years ago
Celiac friendly

Daniel Taylor was such a friendly head chef! He came out personally and talked to me about gluten free options and even brought us a smoothie on the house! Would definitely recommend this buffet.

Celiac
4 years ago
Celiac friendly

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.

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