This handsome buffet space is done as sort of contemporary diner, all dark gleaming wood, mirrors, and geometric lines. We feel mixed on the food choices; this is a smaller buffet than one might expect for such a big hotel, and while there is a reasonable range of cuisines (Italian; Japanese, with sushi chefs who will make up fresh plates for you; Southern, including unexpected spoon bread; deli), and much of it is good to very good, there isn’t the overwhelming bounty and stunning quality we’ve come to consider our right when it comes to Vegas buffets. The biggest draw here has to be the relatively affordable prices.