Unless you are big into seafood, this buffet is not worth the $47 you’ll pay to eat there. While there are gluten free options, the food is sub-par and the atmosphere feel very cheap and casino touristy- big lines for the seafood, food sitting out under heat lamps not looking appetizing, etc.
Well marked gluten free signs. So many options to choose from. I felt safe and had a great meal
I ate a ton of crab legs . It’s okay not worth the money compared to the wicked spoon .
Came for Sunday brunch. Options are pretty limited. Very little meat available. I was told I could ask for the fish without the sauce. But the carved meats (prime rib and chicken) were evidently not gf. On the upside they can prepare gluten-free pizza on request. But chef said avoid the topping meats because they don't know what's in them. Omelet station was gf and I was able to request gf fried rice. There was a gf chocolate cake option for desert (zero flavor) or the serve yourself ice cream. Given the cost it was the biggest waste of money we had in Vegas.
Items are not clearly marked gf like other buffets in town. The setup is somewhat confusing and the space is quite small. I was not impressed with my options and didn’t feel like I had enough food to make it worth the price.
Did not find it to be coeliac friendly, And buffet quite poor considering venue
Mediocre. The staff is very nice and had the manager and chef come to my table. They walked me around as only 2 things were marked as gluten free. Had some prime rib and that was good, cooked to medium rare. They made me a beautiful pizza. It was rice flour so it had a taste and was soggy so I didnt eat much of it. Tried eating meringues but they hadn't been left in the oven long enough to dry out and couldn't even bite through them. The creme brulee was delicious. The chocolate cake was nice as well. It tasted like buffet food. Wasn't super impressed. My husband who isnt gluten free said what he ate was just ok.
First, we had to wait 20 minutes and ask twice for the chef to come show me what I could eat. A lot of stuff was labeled, but he also told me that the meat and other items (which were not marked GF) were safe, so I ate them. Got sick quickly!! Don’t recommend for celiacs.
I read reviews that all items were marked but that isn’t the case, some had no signs and a couple of the signs had been moved as well. However, the chef was great and walked us around and showed us everything. Great options!
Awesome food! Chef came out and talked to us to ensure celiac and peanut oil allergy friendly!
First day, the chef gave me the GF Tour. To be honest, I felt kind of embarrassed because the entire buffet had VERY clear signs indicating GF Food but there I was, bothering this fine young man who had hundreds of people to feed. Then he offered me GF Pancakes, made on request... I looked at the buffet and thought "geez this is going to be cross-contamination of the year" Tried it anyway, for scientific purposes. It was so good I wanted to pet it. And zero reaction! Day two? Pancakes again. Safe! Days 3 and 4? Safe! Problem is: I will miss that pancake for the rest of my life. So here's to you, Bellagio GF Pancake. Thanks for the memories.
What was listed such as burgers, chicken fingers and nuggets they did not have. they do post what is gluten free. I did let the manager know and she said she was unaware of what was listed here and she will let know marketing know to change this
The chef walked me around the cafe showing me what was safe to eat. Such a good buffet for a really good price!
The best breakfast options I could find. A staff member told me which items I can have and what I cannot. They can make gluten free pizza (too much garlic for my taste), French toast and pancakes. They also have gluten free muffin, fresh berries, ice cream and all was very tasty. The price is reasonable during the week but in the weekend it is almost double because of the meat. You have to pay five dollars for coffee if you would like espresso.
mmmeeehhh, it's OK, not even close to the best. chef was very brief and didn't even address certain stations. I had the gluten free pizza but wasn't able to eat it because it wasn't cooked and crust was cold and gross. they used to have GF pasta but no longer do. I'd recommend Wynn over this place anyway as it's fantastic, especially for breakfast.
Expensive buffet, with GF items, not fully celiac-friendly. The chef was knowledgeable but I didn't make it out totally ok. Got just a little bit sick. They did have GF deserts.
Ate here tonight and got sticker shock since the rating is $$ and it cost us $40 a person. The chef did come out and let me know what I could have and given that I am gf/df, there were several options, even two desserts. I did a sampler plate and there were some things that were good and just ok. Definitely not worth $40 a plate. I think the cost rating should be changed. Given all the other options, I wouldn't eat here again.
Only GF option was one type of bread and one muffin for breakfast and the usual buffet Lard stuff.
I am a celiac not by choice. The chef brought me personally around to each every food item to explain which were safe. To include dessert, I never get dessert. However I was to stuffed. Next time dessert first! The price seemed high until you saw the enormous food to choose from. Will b eating there again.
Dinner was great. GF sushi is rare. Chef walked me around and assured me the nigiri was safe. He said all sushi except ones that had the fried shrimp were safe. Confirmed the vinegar used was gf. Kobe top round with sautéed mushrooms excellent. Crab legs were great. Elegant atmosphere for a buffet. Got there early and had no line at 5 pm. When we left at 6:30 line was huge.
Very good. lots of choices but a little more limited than I expected based on the earlier reviews. Said I could ask for some meats plain without sauce but there usually wasn't someone readily available at the station to get it for us
Great options, didn't get sick and I'm very sensitive, the chef was very well informed.
it is amazing. I told them I had an allergy and they asked me questions to verify exactly what I had and the chef came out to personally walk me through the entire Buffet to tell me, from memory, exactly what I could eat. and what a selection! salad and three types of dressing, rotisserie chicken, house made sausage, three different kinds of potatoes, 4 different kinds of cooked vegetables, peel n eat shrimp, eggs, bacon, sausage, jasmine rice and fried rice, Choy sum, pickled herring, cream herring, salsa Rosa, smoked salmon, cheese, fruits, three different types of sushi, two types of sorbet two types of custard and gluten-free chocolate cake! they could even make me gluten free. pizza seared salmon and mahi mahi made to order gluten free! it's $28 a person for lunch. but it's all you can eat and for this selection it's well worth it!
So tasty if you want to splurge. Ask for a tour with the chef to find out what you can (and can't) eat. Even some GF desserts - Yum!
If you ask at the pancake counter they will do you gluten-free pancakes specially (takes about 15 mins though) and they also have a few GF muffins. However the quality of the food was pretty low, I think it's much better to eat at cafe bellagio for breakfast- and you get a much nicer view and it's less busy as it's not a buffet.
Chef walked us through options on buffet. Very informed. Mind you, we never eat at buffets due to cross contamination but decided to give it a try based on reviews and did not regret it. The choices are mind boggling! Expensive but it is LV.
FANTASTIC! So many gluten free options! The chefs (1 dinner, 1 breakfast) came out and walked me through the entire buffet to show me what was safe for me to eat. The omelet station was fantastic and they offer gf pancakes, french toast, and muffins!!
The chef took the time to walk me through the entire buffet pointing not only their gluten free items but also their dairy free and egg containing items. Had a pizza made Ina dedicated oven for my son and instructed the sushi bar attendant to request gluten free soy sauce from her office if she didn't have any at hand. Food was delicious and everyone in the staff was beyond courteous. They make their own sausage, dressings, etc so they are 100% what's in them to assure us that there is no gluten. She (the chef) even pointed the items that although were GF they have potential cross contamination due to the stations they are placed in. Overall I was super impressed and thankful
Great! Chef walked me through every plate in the place told. Me what's gluten free and then made me a personal pizza.
My experience here was amazing! I came in and told the server that I had celiac disease and straight away they went and fetched the chef for me. The chef came straight over and went through every single station on the buffet with me telling me exactly what I could and couldn't have, she also made sure I knew I could ask the servers behind so I could have items of food before anyone had touched them. after leaving me she assured me I could come and get her at any point if I had any questions. She also went away and came back with a special gluten free cake for me four small pieces of it, she was fantastic! I highly recommend eating here!
What a great experience! I told our server that I had celiac and she had the chef go with me station to station and tell me what was safe and wasn't. They were very careful about even warning me about gfree foods that had the possibility of coming in contact with non gfree foods. Even had separate items in the back if requested. Chef personally made me my own gfree pizza in a dedicated oven. I'd go back!!
Chef came out and showed me everything I could eat and could not eat they were great about cross-contamination they also had gluten-free pizza and gluten-free chocolate cake and creme Brûlée! I would definitely eat there again!
Chef did take a while to greet me but it was great to know which items were safe. Food was delicious and did not feel I was missing out like I usually do.
Wow, totally amazing. Sat down and had to wait a few minutes for the chef, but he apologized and then was fantastic at showing what we could eat and was very well informed. At each station, there was only a couple things that were not gf. Could order gf pizza and pasta and both were very big servings. Pizza may have been cut with a slicer that was used for other pizzas so watch for that. There were abt 7 gf items for dessert. A little pricey ($34 for dinner) but would go back because of all the options and knowledgeable and friendly staff
Absolutely fantastic! Chef came out and walked me through the entire buffet. He knew what was safe and what wasn't. He also knew what was made in house and what wasn't. He offered to make me pasta or a pizza(all in separate pots/ovens) but I was more than ok with what was on the buffet. They even had many g-free desserts. Chef was very friendly and seemed happy to show me around. Highly recommend.
This place is really great for celiacs. When I first got there I mentioned that I had gluten allergies and they sent a chef to see me. The chef walked with me showing me all options that were safe to eat. He also offered to make me a GF pizza or pasta. I ended up ordering the pizza which was very good. They also have GF deserts. Staff is super friendly and accommodating. I definitely recommend!!
I was pleasantly surprised when I walked in and was directed to have a personal tour by the chef. He showed me exactly one by one all the options I had in every station. To my surprise there is even dessert available. I was made a personal gluten free pizza and pasta. Everyone was helpful in answering any question I had. I would defenetly come back!!!
This buffet is by far the BEST EVER!!! Even if not GF, the food is amazingly yummy! I would highly recommend the wait in line. When I told them I was GF, they asked the chef to personally give me a tour of my options. The GF pasta is corn based, so excellent. And served in a ginormous bowl portion... Enough to share.. I had the cream sauce and it was almost the best ever I have had.. I gush because I have only ever been disappointed at buffets.. But this was well worth it! The gf deserts were creme brûlée (excellent), a chocolate tort (eh), and ice cream and flan (good taste, good texture, although I have had many better)... They also have gf bread, but I didn't have any.. Kobe beef was amazing... Highly recommend
Fantastic! I loved the GF veggie pizza, custom made for me. There were all sorts of other options that we're naturally GF, and I even enjoyed the GF chocolate cake for dessert with fresh fruit. I'm here for almost a week for work, and may have to head back one more time before I go!
The chef gave me a personal tour of gluten free options. And talked about how the reduce cross contamination with pizza in separate oven and separate water for GF pasta. Homemade chicken sausage was great! Yes, they had plain meats but also pesto potatoes, whipped sweet potatoes, asparagus, roasted vegetables and gluten free chocolate cake. I found many options.
Gluten free?? I don't know who or why someone would say that. They offered to make me a GF pizza but their meats (pepperoni and sausage) are not GF so no point. They had plenty to eat as far as getting a plain slice of beef or turkey. For $40 per person I expected something more, don't waste your money or time
The staff is very friendly and organized, they will send the chef over to walk you through and show you everything that is gluten free! It's a great option!
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