Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Rio World Buffet, Las Vegas, NV

So the weekend started with going to Las Vegas for AniMaid Café's special performance for Haruko Momo-i at The Farm. The event itself was fun, although to an extent, I felt it was pretty fail because there was almost no audience at the concert. That in itself is another story, we're here to talk about food after a long hiatus. We went to the Rio Casino's World Buffet.


Sesame Ball, Pork Pastry, Steak, Asian Style BBQ Pork, Corn

Prime Rib and Yukon Gold Cheese Potatoes with Gravy

Judgment: The food was atrocious. Most food was over seasoned to where it is like eating piles of salt. The steak was probably the worst steak I've had in a while. Despite some people telling me the mashed potatoes were delicious, I found it bland and boring. It was supposed to be cheese potatoes, but it tasted like the potatoes had been sitting in water too long and lost all the flavor. The Sesame Ball was probably the only enjoyable food at the entire buffet. Although the saying goes "Variety is the spice of life". I disagree with that statement when it comes to the food here. 3 / 10

Conclusion: This buffet was hardly worth the time we spent in there. They prepared seafood poorly, where it wasn't a crab leg split in half but it was more like cut like you would cut a hot dog. The variety is definitely there, food ranging from American, Mexican, Asian, everywhere. Although it does follow the idiom: Jack of all Trades, master of none. Nothing particularly stood out to be very memorable other than how unsatisfying the meal was to me.

This Buffet gets a C-Rank.

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