The chicken sausage is a nice change in pace, too.
Near the cash register, a large portrait of a woman, right before she bites into a luscious red apple, adorns the wall. Located within the Palms Casino and Hotel, this all you-can-eat, one stop shop offers cuisine from all four corners of the globe in a sleek and trendy setting. Our waiter is very attentive and refills my three beverage choices, coffee, water and orange juice, immediately upon request.
Our server quickly takes notice of us and asks what we would like to drink. From the looks of the elastic layer developing on top of what appears to be Asian style beef stew, I believe many other diners pass on it, too. However, the dining room does a complete degrees in style and color.
I pass on the Asian excursion. All-you-can-drink alcohol is included in the price for dinner.
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She dashes away to retrieve our order, soon returning with drinks in hand, and we start off our buffet on the right foot. It makes me feel like the buffet wants to produce the best breakfast variety they possibly can, and the sandwiches are a great change from choices at other places.
The Bistro Buffet is the perfect excuse to step away from the bustling Las Vegas Strip for a meal full of fun and feasting at the Palms Hotel. A Geometric pattern resembling animal spots garnishes the walls and ceiling.
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She juggles between three other egg creations with ease. This causes a slight inconvenience for people staying on the strip.
The apple crepe is the best way to end the meal because dessert is all but non-existent during breakfast, with little more than a soft-serve ice cream machine. The churro is sweet and crispy, and a great amuse bouche, in my opinion.
However, the buffet does feature a vast selection of desserts for lunch and dinner, which the chefs are setting up now as we leave. The omelet is heavy and flavorful from all of the diverse ingredients. Though it is off the strip, the Bistro Buffet offers a fairly good value; for those staying at the Palms or the Rio, it is a no brainer.
Dinner is nightly from 4: