The The Buffet at TI is a restaurant inside Treasure Island - TI Hotel & Casino, a Radisson Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Came in for breakfast and did I eat.... good variety of food and very clean... fair pricing at 25.00 per person and 13.95 per child but better than going elsewhere outside of the strip...
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Extremely disappointed. 18 years ago we got married at Treasure Island & I was looking forward to having an amazing dinner. Wrong - the wait staff seemed like we were inconveniencing them by being there. The food was bland & no flavor. However there was one portion that was absolutely amazing - Olga in the Dessert Bar - she was extremely friendly & you could tell she enjoyed what she did. The desserts were fabulous. We were planning on returning for our 20 year anniversary but I am now having second thoughts
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Good selection of fresh food. Plenty of seating available. Omelette bar well stocked. Pastry selection good. Buffet well stocked.
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What a complete disaster. The best way to sum it up is you'll pay $30 for a buffet of real bad Panda Express, Sushi from Safeway, and left over Taco Bell. Their sushi bar consist of about three varieties and it screamed "don't eat me". The Chinese food here makes Panda Express look gourmet. Their Singapore noodles was overly salty and tasted grainy from the curry powder. The Korean BBQ rib was very tough and bland. Their American style ribs and roast were very tough and dry. Their Taco station was even worse.. The only saving grace here is the fresh salad bowl they mix and their desserts that was overly sweet but better than the rest. In fact, their dessert station had better variety and appearance than the rest of their food. For $30, I was expecting a lot more ...
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Price was ~$40 with a discount bringing it to ~$22. The food was not special. The food was so-so overall. The meat section was generally good, but everything else was so-so or lower. The service was good. I admit i was expecting more. Overall, the food quality of the non-meat section lowered my opinion and rating.
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I was very disappointed in the food. Every item I brought to my table was put aside for them to throw away. Dry, no flavor, not a very good selection, in fact , this was the worst buffet I have ever had and will not return. I spoke to the manager which was a total waste of time. He did mention that the food was overpriced! It was not worth the 33 dollars! You are better off going to a McDonald's or the sandwich shop a few doors down. There is also a Starbucks right outside treasure island,
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Been here a few times now over the last 3 years. Mediocre at best. Small selection. Nothing was spectacular... the prime rib on both occasions was solid. Totally dropped the ball with no salad bar. The desserts are good. I always get a promo, otherwise I'd never pay the $30 I wanted to add that the staff were very nice! There is a woman Olga, working the desserts. I think she might be the baker. Anyway she is the sweetest! On 2 separate trips, 2 different years, she went out of her way and was just very nice!
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I was pleasantly surprised. I enjoyed the food. The many choices made it difficult to choose from, from the varied cultural cuisines to down home comfort foods. The. The aesthetics was cozy and inviting. The table service was good. I would definitely cone back next time in Vegas.
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