The Paradise Buffet Café is a restaurant inside Fremont Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Paradise Buffet Café

You get what you pay for. This buffet costs a fraction of what on-strip buffets would cost. We paid about $10 per person. The food obviously wasn't as good at Aria or MGM Grand, but I mean it's a fraction of the cost! For the price, the food was decent and what I expected. Would definitely return for a cheap eat. Great atmosphere.
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Paradise Buffet Café

Came here for free on a comp, so I can't really complain. It is a lower tier buffet, and Vegas probably has much better to offer. Join their players club and gamble a little to get some free comps to this place. I'm not sure if I would buy my meal ticket into here. However, they have good prime rib and usually that is what I eat here.
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Paradise Buffet Café

Cheap ! & friendly staff!!! Some of the food is great and some of it is old and nasty 🤢 tasting thank god you don’t have to eat it, what was gross for me? the sandwich meat was off the beef had shiny orange specks on it witch was a turn off ( I did add the photo of it on google) and the lemon meringue was awful it was rubbery and just nasty! How ever you get what you pay for ! Service was good and mash potatoes and chicken was good
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Paradise Buffet Café

The service and wait staff was great. The food on the other hand was not worth the $16. The manicotti was too salty and the enchilada was too dry. Plus the sushi buffet was not even something I would call a sushi buffet with the slim choices they had. Not to mention some of it was dried. Also to the Asian guy who wouldn't go to the back to check to see if there was more chocolate mousse pie, please quit the service industry if you're not going to help diabetic customers get their no sugar added desserts.
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Paradise Buffet Café

The staff is very friendly and sweet. But the food is horrible. Don't bother. I got the enchiladas they were not enchiladas I think they were more of a wet taco. An enchilada is supposed to be dipped in the sauce (red or green) this wasn't. Also the tortilla is also supposed to be lightly fried. These were dry and really hard. They need to hire a new chef or a chef and get rid of this over priced soup kitchen food.
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Paradise Buffet Café

We come here for our first breakfast in Vegas out of tradition. It's fairly affordable and has a fantastic selection. The coffee is a good way to start the day.
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Paradise Buffet Café

Went for the Fri nite Seafood buffet. Price including tax was $31.38/adult. Food was OK but not with much varieties. Best part was the waiter who served our table. Unfortunately I did not ask his name. He won a star for the overall grading of the restaurant.
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