I mentioned that I had "allergies" to gluten when I paid. The chef came out and walked me around the buffet showing me what I could have. He was really friendly and helpful. The food was definitely not that great as it's a cheaper buffet in Las Vegas.. but it was filling! And I didn't get sick which counts for a lot in my book.
The staff were so nice when I told them about my allergy. The chef came out and walked me around the entire buffet telling me what would be safe. I had an omelette made with the request of real eggs (instead of the liquid) and it was one of the most delicious omelettes I’ve ever had. They even had gluten free dessert options for me! I was originally stressed to go the he buffet but this was a great experience.
Chef William came out and personally walked us through the buffet and pointed out everything on the buffet that I could eat. I have Celiac and have not eaten at a buffet for many years. The food was delicious and the gluten free chocolate dessert was awesome. Thank you Chef William, you made our day! Chuck and Deb - Orlando, Fl.
At the Luxor
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, they offered to have the chef show me the options 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 tacos. The buffet even had two different gluten free cake 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.
The head chef gave me a personal tour of all gf/df items. There was lots I could eat, and he even gave me two different t gluten free vegan pieces of cake!! The food didn’t bug me at all, would definitely recommend to celiacs. Let the cashier know that you are celiac and they will call the chef up for you.
The staff were very Knowledgeable. To the point of the Chef walking me through the line and naming everything that was GF. For things that sometimes/often have hidden gluten (like ribs) he went through the ingredients to ensure the sauce did not contain wheat. Even went over the sauces and dressings that can and can’t be eaten. Was very reassuring that he knew all the ingredients and exactly what was and wasn’t Gluten Free. Shows it’s not just a guess and the fact that he’s willing to walk through each item with you and answer any questions is comforting for someone so sensitive.
We went for a late lunch which apparently was the shift change (2ish) it took a while for someone to help us but once available chef Todd was very helpful. He walked through all the stations pointing out all the options, there wasn’t a ton of choices but the available food was good. So far no reaction
As with all the reviews, except for two, great visit. Chef Bill came out and walked through the Whole menu. Told us which items to stay away from, and options for some items they could turn into GF by removing roux base from the final presentation. GF desserts, you just have to ask. To the few people who gave bad reviews, if you don't ask for help, then it wouldn't be a good visit. I don't expect the chef to label items GF, but just ask, was a phenomenal meal. Unlike most places, there was about 60% of items I could eat. Will definitely return!
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!
Not quite safe. Nothing is marked and my $20 meal pretty much consisted of pot stickers and ground beef...not many other options other than rice and a baked potato. Really ridiculous. Dessert option were carrot cake, but they can't tell you what flour it's made with in case you have any other restrictions, or sorbet. Will never go back.
The chef was amazing! He walked me around the buffet told me what I could/couldn't eat and they even have gluten free desserts! He mentioned they buy the GF desserts but is always very cautious where they buy them from to avoid cross contamination.
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.
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!).
The chef came to our table and took us on a tour of the enormous buffet. He was friendly and eager to help. There were tons of dinner options. Some items that normally aren't safe are made from scratch and are safe for those with gluten allergies. I'm also dairy free and even that was easy to accommodate as well. There were even 2 options for gluten and dairy free desserts! Not all of the people manning the stations were able to answer questions, but they were able to find someone to check with.
They were maybe 4 options that were specifically labeled gluten free and they weren't anything special--chips and cheese as well as ham at the carving station and veggies. They also had one gluten free dessert that was quite dry (though that is typical). Overall cheap buffet so I wouldn't call it a loss, but have definitely had better. Best part, no reaction
Went to the More Buffett from the reviews posted. Could not be more impressed and happy with my experience. I asked about something being GF and next thing I knew I had both Chefs from the back standing next to me making sure I knew what I could eat they even offered to walk me around personally. The whole experience made me feel like I had nothing to worry about.
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.
We are not buffet goers but tried this because people said the chefs were cool and there were GF options. Glad we went. Chef William rocked! So upbeat and escorted us through the whole place, giving us the honest truth about what's safe and what's not.
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.
Super friendly towards celiacs. The head chef gave us a tour of the buffett, and showed us everything that was gluten-free (about 60% of the menu). The chef told us he could even make a gluten-free plate of most everything. They even have gluten free cakes for dessert! Cannot recommend this place enough, for 20-some a person this buffett is a steal.
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.