Last Updated on February 4, 2021
*Flavors Buffet is temporarily closed due to Covid-19
Flavors Buffet at Harrah’s on the Las Vegas Strip is a low-end buffet with lots of basic choices, but lower quality food in general when compared with other Las Vegas buffets.
It is a lower cost than several other buffets and is a part of the Buffet of Buffets pass.
Harrah’s buffet has all the traditional stations you’d expect at a Las Vegas buffet.
They have a good variety of traditional American breakfast items like scrambled eggs, french toast, pancakes, bacon, sausage, cheese blintzes, biscuits and gravy, chicken-fried steak, fruit skewers, and toast.
Marinated mussels, cocktail shrimp and crab legs is all they had to offer, but they had a nice selection of sushi. You will come away disappointed by the seafood selection if you compare it to other Las Vegas buffets.
They had a selection of shrimp fried rice, vegetable samosas, sesame seed balls, chicken Kung Pao, hot and sour soup, and stir fry vegetables.
They had only three items at the carving station including sausage, roast beef, and ham.
An unappetizing selection of refried beans, spanish rice, chorizo and eggs, breakfast burritos, sausage chorizo patties round out the Mexican choices.
This is the best part of the buffet – their dessert selections. They had lots of variety in pastries, cookies, cupcakes, muffins, doughnuts, and ice-cream
Q. How much does Harrah’s buffet cost?
A. It varies by time of day, but we have a complete chart of the hours and prices for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch every day of the week.
Q. Do they have crab legs at Flavors?
A. Yes, they have crab legs most days of the week for dinner, but don’t expect to find the King crab legs.
Q. Do they serve breakfast?
A. Yes, Flavors Buffet is one of the few Las Vegas buffets to still serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch. Most have switched to just brunch and dinner.
You will find better quality buffets on the Strip in Las Vegas, but its one of the better ones in its price level.