Just started our New Year (2013) off with a visit to Bally’s Sterling Brunch Buffet and it’s better than ever. They’ve expanded and set up an additional room with more appetizers, sushi, and made to order dessert crepes. Loved it. Bon Appetit!
Bally’s Sterling Brunch
Every Sunday for the past 25 years The Steakhouse at Bally’s has been serving their Sterling Brunch Buffet to many satisfied guests. The fact that it has been around that long is amazing, given that this is Las Vegas, a town that is always looking to make everything “new and improved”. The Sterling Brunch is also the most expensive buffet in town. It costs $85 per person plus tax and gratuity and people are coming back again and again year after year. Why? The answer is VALUE. At the Sterling Brunch Buffet they pour high quality champagne, Perrier Jouet, in real champagne glasses. Have as much as you like. Have a Mimosa if you prefer a little orange juice in the morning. There is sturgeon CAVIAR with traditional accompaniments. Yes, it’s domestic, but even so, it would easily cost $150 an ounce to order while dining out. If all you were to have at this buffet is a couple of glasses of champagne and a little caviar, you’d more than get your money’s worth.
Champagne and caviar is just a fraction of all they have to offer. If a more traditional breakfast is what you seek, have the eggs Benedict. There’s plenty of bacon and sausage, pastries and rolls. Fresh melons, berries, and cheeses are plentiful. Smoked salmon, bagels and cream cheese with capers are among the many treats. Try some freshly made sushi with a little sake. Indulge in the copious amounts of fresh chilled seafood; jumbo shrimp, crab claws, Alaskan King crab legs, or cold water oysters on the half- shell. Don’t fill up yet. There is a wonderful selection of meats to sample; beef tenderloin, prime rib, rack of lamb, and venison. The dessert selection has an enticing array of pastries that is impossible to pass up, no matter how full you may feel. Be sure to make time to enjoy everything. Last reservation is at 1:30 and this is a meal you’ll want to savor.
When trying to discern where to go for the best buffet in Las Vegas, it’s usually just food, food, food, that we think about. Atmosphere isn’t even a consideration. One of my favorite things about the Sterling Brunch Buffet is that it’s in Bally’s Steakhouse, not the usual cafeteria style venue that we’ve all become accustomed to. It’s a real restaurant that does a brunch on Sunday. You still feel like you’re in a fine dining atmosphere. Very nice. I also like the fact that I’m not tripping over a bunch of little kids who are whiping there noses and then sticking their hands in the food. Don’t get your panties in a bunch. I love kids. I have two and when I took them to buffets when they were little I had the good sense to help them with their plates.
Make a Great Deal Even Better!
How do you make a great deal like the Sterling Buffet even better? Offer a discount!! If you sign up for the Total Rewards Card at Bally’s on the casino floor, you’ll save $20 if you are also a local with a picture ID. Delicious savings!
We highly reccomend the Sterling Buffet. The menu and champagne does change from time to time, but it’s always top notch. Another thing that’s great about this buffet is that it’s an ideal way to sample some dishes that you might not other wise, like caviar for example. It’s a pretty big gamble to just buy an ounce to see whether or not you like it. Try new things. It’s what life is all about. Bon appetite!