More Buffet

3.0 stars 3.0 out of 5 10 ratings
55% of 9 votes say it's Celiac friendly

3900 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89119 Directions

(702) 262-4444
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    1 ratingMay 17, 2017

    I stayed at this hotel and ate here due to the fabulous reviews. However, my experience, not so fabulous! The chef did walk me around and we discussed the food, Celiac, cross contamination. He assured me if I stuck to what he pointed out I would be fine. Nope, three hours of puking followed that brunch. I do NOT recommend eating here at all!

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    4 ratingMarch 15, 2017

    The chef took me around and told me GF versus Celiacs!! beyond impressed and glad i went there. One of the best selections on the Strip! I can't have any bit of cross contamination or i will pay for it.. and i have no ramifications!! So happy because when i left home i was worried for my vacation.. but ill just keep coming here.

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    4 ratingFebruary 24, 2017

    I went to this buffet last week for dinner and was pretty happy with the service and options. I told the server that I had celiac disease and they let the head chef know and he came out and gave me a tour of the entire buffet line and pointed out what was safe and what was not. For dinner there was turkey and ham at the carving station, the entire tex-mex line including a really tasty pork chili verde, several shellfish and crawfish dishes, mashed potatoes, most of the salad bar, and five deserts including a good carrot cake and surprisingly good creme brule. The chef even came out later during the meal just to check up on me. I suppose it bears mentioning that the buffet at the Luxor is one of the more economical ones on the strip, so you get a lot of good solid food but if you want caviar and prime rib you'll need to go elsewhere and pay twice as much. However, the food is good and there was a good selection of food for a celiac. I had no issues at all, not even any acid reflux or heartburn which is usually my warning sign of minor contamination (i.e., someone with hands that had touched bread touched my plate, have someone remove croutons from a salad that I eat and I'm in the bathroom for two days!).

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    1 ratingOctober 09, 2016

    Choices are. Drumroll please. Tacos and eggs. That's it. Everything else had gluten.

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    2 ratingMarch 16, 2016

    The service was great, but they didn't have any options for me to eat. I paid $20 for a baked potato that wasn't even fully loaded, plus some fruit. They did have gluten free lemon cake that was delicious! But really, $20? They didn't even have gluten free scrambled eggs. The people working there were great and the service was wonderful- but I don't go to a buffet for the waitstaff.

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    5 ratingMarch 11, 2016

    Didn't get sick my entire stay. One of the chefs walked me through all my options and was very knowledgeable. The desserts were amazing!

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    1 ratingJune 14, 2015

    I was so disappointed in this buffet. They have no gluten free salad dressings. No gluten free meets other than bacon. A couple vegetable dishes were GF and there is a station where they make omlets. We will never eat there again. Too pricey for too little.

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    5 ratingOctober 15, 2014

    Incredible selection of gf food. Chef Ruben Garcia walked us through everything gf and was knowledgeable about cross contamination and Celiac disease. Food tasted great including desserts!

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    5 ratingJune 28, 2014

    More Buffet's dinner at the Luxor was great. I have Celiac Disease and the buffet provided a lot of gluten free options for me. At the hostess stand, I asked to speak with a chef prior to paying for the buffet. The chef took me on a tour of the buffet lines showing me what is and is not gluten free. The gluten free options on the buffet ranged from sliced beef to tamales to rice meatball soup. The buffet even had three different gluten free options for dessert. All of the food was tasty! And of course the important part is that I did not get sick.I definitely recommend the More Buffet at the Luxor.

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    3 ratingMay 29, 2013

    I have a gluten intolerance. The servers and hostesses were very accommodating,they let me go in to talk with the kitchen staff before purchasing the breakfast to make sure I would be able to eat the food. The line cooks did not know what gluten even was and told me everything was fine, including pancakes -_-. I talked to the head chef as well, he was very helpful and was able to show me what was safe to eat and what to stay away from. I had a made-to-order ham and cheese omelette with a side of potatoes, bacon, and chocolate milk. I also had vanilla and chocolate non-fat frozen yogurt. No ill effects from the food I ate, but ask the right questions to the right people to make sure it's safe.


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