For locals looking to impress out-of-town guests, Las Vegas offers no shortage of omakase, dim sum, and pho with fancy ingredients. But sometimes a hangover-ridden Sunday calls for a greasy, no-frills buffet — and not the kind found in a casino. While these places might not be decked out with Michelin stars, they can still satisfy a craving for cheap, endless food. From a seafood restaurant with a dizzying sushi selection to very affordable Chinese fare, here’s where to find Asian buffets in Las Vegas.Read More
Eight Asian Buffets to Try in Las Vegas
Try all-you-can-eat Chinese, Japanese, and Korean food
Asian Star Buffet
Located at Cheyenne Commons, Asian Star Buffet serves lunch and dinner with options such as egg rolls, beef and broccoli, sushi, and kid-friendly dishes including french fries and pizza.
Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet
Over in Sunrise Manor near Nellis Air Force Base, Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet serves lunch and dinner, with a hibachi option. There’s also a large selection of desserts, plus discounts for children and seniors.
China Star features plenty of seafood dishes including peel-and-eat shrimp for dinner, plus Chinese buffet staples such as teriyaki chicken, egg rolls, General Tso chicken, lo mein, fried rice, and crab Rangoon.
Buffet at Asia
Thanks to its two (formerly three) Las Vegas locations, Buffet at Asia is a local go-to for Americanized Chinese food. Diners can choose from a westside and an eastside Buffet at Asia. Both restaurants serve mainstays such as fried rice, sushi, and orange chicken, plus crab legs and oysters at dinner.
As the spelling of Krazy Buffet indicates, this place isn’t trying to be too fancy — and that’s just fine for diners in search of a cheap buffet with plenty of options. This pan-Asian buffet offers up everything from crab legs to steamed barbecue pork buns in a spacious setting. American dishes including pizza and French fries even make an appearance, as they have a habit of doing at inexpensive Asian buffets.
Sura BBQ Buffet
Sura BBQ Buffet serves all-you-can-eat Korean food on Spring Mountain Road. Diners can choose from short ribs, shrimp, pork belly, and other proteins plus vegetables, condiments, and noodles. Each table has its own grill, and servers are available to help diners cook their own barbecue. There is also a separate buffet with kimchi, tempura, and sushi.
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Over the years, sushi trends in Las Vegas have included AYCE menus and conveyer belt dining. Makino, a sushi and seafood buffet, has long offered a more traditional approach to endless rolls. Japanese seafood fans can dig into 60 different items here including maki and nigiri plus specialty dinner selections such as crab legs and shrimp.
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Busloads of travelers line up at this Strip-adjacent Chinese buffet. The restaurant serves egg drop soup, crab Rangoon, spare ribs, and more at an all-day price. For dessert, there’s a soft serve ice cream machine.