The Paradise Garden Buffet is the name of the Flamingo Hotel and Casino buffet. You may find it just outside the entrance to the Linq promenade, in the middle of the gorgeous ponds and gardens.
The location of the Flamingo Buffet is one of its outstanding attractions.
The dining space is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows that give stunning views of the outside waterfalls, ponds, and beautiful greenery.
A wide variety of birds, including, of course, flamingos, are also probable sights. The garden’s ponds are home to Koi fish. If you’ve ever eaten at a casino buffet, you know how depressing it can be to sit in a dimly lit, occasionally smokey room.
To be honest, Paradise Garden‘s buffet isn’t one of the greatest in Las Vegas. The Flamingo’s buffet doesn’t stand out in a town where every casino is vying to outdo the other’s buffet, other from its vistas and reasonable costs.
The Paradise Garden Buffet has a few unique features that you won’t find at many (if any) other Las Vegas buffets.
For instance, there is no buffet on weekdays.
I can’t think of any other buffet in town that isn’t open on weeknights, yet it has a weekend supper buffet on Friday and Saturday. This is quite strange in light of the Flamingo Hotel’s 3,600 hotel rooms.
In addition, it has a daily brunch buffet instead of separate breakfast and lunch buffets. If you’re looking for something different, you may find a brunch buffet at Paradise Garden Buffet every day of the week.
The Paradise Garden charges youngsters ages 10 and up the same as adults for admission. It’s weird. The security guards will chase away any tween caught, even merely passing by the gambling machine area. On the other hand, Caesars Entertainment decided to treat them like adults at the check-out counter.
However, the entry charge is the same for both children and adults, so I’m not sure how much food a 10-year-old girl would consume.
The brunch buffet at Paradise Buffet is indeed really affordable. However, compared to locations like Golden Corral, the Flamingo’s brunch buffet is relatively reasonable for being right in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip.
Brunch at the Paradise Garden
You’ll find all of the usual suspects at the breakfast buffet, such eggs cooked to order, waffles, chicken-fried steak, and pancakes and fruits. You’ll also find classics like eggs Benedict, French toast, bacon, and breakfast sandwiches, served to order.
Some crepes may be created to order.
You’ll also find a salad bar with various pre-made salads and a yogurt parfait bar in the lunch area. Choose from various deli meats and cheeses to build your sandwich.
Mexican, Asian, and brick-oven-cooked pizza are just a few buffet options. There’s also a barbecue station featuring brisket and pulled pig. Some hamburgers are prepared to order.
Paradise Garden Dinner Buffet
Only Friday and Saturday evenings are reserved for the supper buffet, served twice a week.
In the past, I’ve seen a “Summer BBQ Dinner” theme (which includes smoked brisket and bamboo-roasted salmon) and a “Surf and Turf” theme (which includes prime rib and crab legs, as well as peel-and-eat shrimp).
Chocolate mousse, biscuits, cakes, and sweet dessert crepes that may be created to order with chocolate and whipped cream are common dessert options. Blueberry, cherry, and other pie kinds are also available.
The chocolate fountain is one of the most popular dessert options at a party. It’s best to avoid putting your lips right in the middle of it.
The Flamingo Buffet’s operating hours and pricing information.
Brunch Seven Days a week: 7 AM to 2 PM
Monday – Friday: $24.99
Saturday & Sunday: $26.99
Sunday – Thursday: Closed
Friday and Saturday: 5 PM to 10 PM
For Children ages 4 to 9
Brunch: $10.99 Dinner: $12.99
Children under the age of three eat free.
Taxes are not included in any pricing shown above (8.25 percent on the Strip). In other words, a two-person breakfast on a Sunday would cost $58.43 before tax.
You may wish to check out Groupon discounts before purchasing your meal at this buffet.
The Buffet of Buffets and the Paradise Garden Buffet Pass
Caesars Entertainment owns and operates the Flamingo Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. As a result, the Buffet of Buffets ticket includes the Paradise Garden Buffet.
It is possible to acquire a ticket to the Buffet of Buffets, allowing unrestricted entry to the Paradise Garden buffet for 24 hours.
Although the Paradise Garden Buffet at the Flamingo is unlikely to “wow” anybody except the easily impressed (like me), this buffet may be worth your time if you’re searching for a value-priced buffet in a beautiful location.