The Buffet at Aria is truly one of the best buffets in Las Vegas. Tucked away from everything on the second floor near the Cirque Du Soleil show, Zarkana, the buffet is where you can find a wide array of food selections for very reasonable prices.
Aria Las Vegas Buffet wide shot
The buffet is its own entity and it looks like it isn’t a part of the hotel’s glitz and glamor. But one thing is certain, whether you are staying at the hotel or just passing through City Center, you will find a unique dining experience at the buffet.
Upon entering, you will notice the ultra-modern interior of the facility, which is a welcoming change from the normal cafeteria look that can be found at many of the buffets in the city.
The buffet at Aria sports beautiful floor to ceiling windows around the dining area, a big departure from the traditional buffet design. The huge windows provides great views of the resort’s pools and courtyards and filter in lots of natural light, which adds a bit of class to the modern atmosphere that echoes through every inch of the property.
Aria’s buffet offers a great selection of delicious foods and flavors from around the world.
Aria Buffet Las Vegas
The restaurant is affordable so you won’t have to go broke to enjoy a range of options that are sure to please your taste buds.
There’s no need to worry about leaving hungry either. It is also one of the restaurants in the city where you don’t need to dress up fancy or anything, you are welcome in any outfit.
At the buffet, you will find several chefs at their stations preparing fresh seafood, Mediterranean, American, Asian, Italian, and Latin dishes. If you want Indian, the buffet’s dishes include chicken masala, and basmati rice.
Seafood lovers will find mountains of fresh crab legs, jumbo shrimp, fish and chips, sushi and other savory dishes. The Latin section features Mexican, South American and Spanish dishes.
Aria Hotel Las Vegas Seafood Buffet
There is also freshly-baked naan, which is among the best breads in town; delicious kabobs; red velvet stuffed pancakes, chicken fried steak, and a host of grilled, smoked and slow roasted meats.
The restaurant is famous for its expansive salad bar with fresh, crispy and cooked to order omelet and pasta stations where you can enjoy a massive selection of innovative dishes exactly the way you like them, unlike most things on the buffet.
Along with these there are breads, fruits, soups, cold cuts and a whole host of other cold options. There’s even a deli station where you can build your own sandwich from the endless selection of breads, toppings and meat carved to your specifications.
If you want pizza, you can have your own personalized pizza made. If you make an order at the live stations, you can watch your food as it is being prepared.
Save room for the excellent dessert selections, which are made fresh daily. The desserts are made in house or comes from the Jean Philippe Patisserie downstairs.
Aria Hotel Las Vegas dessert Buffet
Some of the delights that you can choose from include gourmet pastries, chocolate pops, cupcakes, cookies, candies, ice cream and rocky road Rice Krispie treats. There is even a turning “wheel” of gelato at the buffet as well.
If that’s not enough, you will have the option to either stick with the unlimited soft-drinks or pay the extra charge to get unlimited alcohol with your meals.
The Alcohol option covers unlimited refills on Champagne, beer and Bloody Marys during breakfast, lunch or brunch and wine at dinner time. If you don’t want the alcohol, the soft drinks option offers fruit juices, fizzy drinks, and hot beverages – so you won’t be short of options.
Monday – Friday
7:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Monday – Friday
11:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Saturday & Sunday
7:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Monday – Thursday
3:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Friday – Sunday
3:30 PM – 10:00 PM
A Final Word
There is a world of taste to be enjoyed at the buffet at Aria Hotel which offers delicious food options from around the globe in a modern dining area.
The restaurant will keep everyone in your group happy, from the pickiest to the most adventurous, with its incredible amount of different types of food.
The unique features of the buffet includes its live-action cooking stations and weekend champagne brunch. Where else can you have champagne with breakfast for less than $40?