Feast Buffet Palace Station

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2411 W Sahara Rd. (Palace Station Casino) (I-15)
Las Vegas, NV 89102

A less-expensive (but still popular) off-the-strip lodging option, Palace Station is a dependable place to spend the night on Sin City. If you’re in the mood for a buffet (and who in Las Vegas isn’t?), theirs is tasty and dependable, and will cost you less than $10 with a free Club Card.

At the Palace Station Buffet, stations span the culinary spectrum, with an emphasis on American and Mexican options. There’s a burger bar, a made-to-order pasta bar (go for the spaghetti with clams or meatballs), plenty of standard Chinese food options, fried chicken, a carving station with turkey and prime rib, grilled fish, popcorn shrimp, and ample desserts including cheesecake and soft-serve ice cream.

Breakfast is the most popular time to hit up the buffet, and for only $5.99 during the week and $9.99 for Sunday brunch it’s nothing short of a steal. Eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns, biscuits and gravy, country fried steak, made-to-order omelettes… it’s a very solid way to start the day. 

Foursquare Tips

  • Breakfast is very good lunch ok dinner iffy at best
  • Eh.. food not bad.. Just wouldn't go out of my way to come back.
  • Went there for lunch it was very good
  • Okay with me then again IM not picky and hungover like a champ
  • Come around 10:30a.m. So you can get breakfast and lunch.
  • Food very dry, selection mediocre. Service was good
  • Managers are buttholes. Wait staff makes up for it though.
  • Dinner at excellent price when you get a casino card they give you a discount.. pastas with shrimp are great
  • Rica comida
  • I've had better hospital food.
  • Dinner is like HOme town buffet on Saturday - get the boarding pass for free. Head upstairs for great breakfast - good lunch - not so good dinner
  • Breakfast good. Dinner forget about it. Sucks.
  • Lunch was better than dinner.
  • Dinner was so not worth it but the waitress was great
  • Best breakfast buffet military Mondays