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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Pharaoh’s Pheast Buffet

3900 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Reno Ave.) Send to Phone
702-262-4741
THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES TO MORE, THE BUFFET AT LUXOR. The good food at this buffet is enhanced by a full bar called the Sphinx Drinx.

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Breakfast & Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Pharaoh’s Pheast Buffet Restaurant Review

: THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES TO MORE, THE BUFFET AT LUXOR. The décor of the Luxor’s spacious buffet emporium remains among the resort’s few public-areas still with reminders of its Egyptian roots. A favorite is its Sphinx Drinx, a full bar. The omelet stations are breakfast winners, as are the french toast, blinis and apple crêpes with blueberry sauce. On the enormous salad bar, we like the display of chilled shrimp on ice and the hummus with pita bread. Mexican specialties are always popular; so is the Asian fare, such as pork egg rolls with plum sauce and kung pao chicken. We also like the salmon and mashed potatoes with gravy at the American display and the carving station’s prime rib and turkey breast. For dessert, lots of chocolate and traditional cakes are featured, plus good carrot cake, flan and orange Bundt cake.
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