The restaurants at Excalibur Hotel and Casino are best known for their value, variety and service. Although there aren’t too many restaurants to choose from, the menu options range from vegetarian friendly to classic American fare.
In general, dining at Excalibur is a casual affair. All restaurants feature kid-friendly dishes and some even have special menus for the little ones. And if your Las Vegas dining experiences have you worrying about weight, you’ll be able to find plenty of healthy options as well.
Roundtable Buffet is considered one of the best all-you-can buffets in Las Vegas, and is conveniently located near the casino floor. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, it features a variety of dishes that will please meat lovers and vegetarians, adults and children.
It opens daily at 7:00 a.m. Adults can expect to pay $14.99 for breakfast, $15.99 for lunch and $19.99 for dinner. Knock $4.00 off of each of those prices for children. If you plan on sticking around Excalibur for the day, consider purchasing the $29.00 all-you-can-eat all-day-long buffet special.
The Steakhouse at Camelot
This is about as fine as dining comes at Excalibur. Open only for dinner, this Zagat Award-winning steakhouse offers only the finest cuts of meat and the freshest seafood. In addition to a traditional menu, the three-course dinner special is $29.99 per person and includes an endless Caesar salad, an entree and triple chocolate mousse dessert.
Open nightly from 5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Reservations are recommended, and private dining rooms are available.
Sherwood Forest Café
Located conveniently off the casino floor, the Sherwood Forest Café offers traditional café dishes such as pancakes, sandwiches and burgers. There are also several healthy dishes here as well.The café features several ongoing promotions, including breakfast specials, happy hour discounts and late night dining incentives.
Sherwood Forest Café is open Sunday through Thursday from 6:00 a.m.-midnight and Friday and Saturday from 6:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m.
Dick’s Last Resort
Visitors flock to Dick’s Last Resort for its casual, rowdy and fun dining atmosphere. Wait staff here are routinely crass and embarrassing … but that’s part of the appeal! Known for its delicious and messy meals (dishes include Macho Nachos, Ride ‘Em Cowboy Ribeye and a Case O’ King Crabs), patrons are sure to have a side of sarcasm served with whatever they order. Don’t forget to try one of the restaurants famous daiquiris!
Live bands are common and many people stay for hours due to the comedic atmosphere. Expect to leave laughing and in high spirits. Dick’s Last Resort opens at 1:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and at 11:00 a.m. Friday through Sunday. Doors stay open late.
Baja Fresh is found all around Las Vegas, but it’s a popular place to pop in for tasty Mexican food. Offering a variety of dishes including tacos, burritos, salads and soups, Baja Fresh is a quick and casual place to stop if you need a bite to eat without the fuss. A special kids’ menu makes it particularly appealing for families.
Village Food Court
The Village Food Court comprises several fast-food and coffee shops, which are excellent choices when you are on the run. You can satisfy your caffeine cravings at Starbucks, pick up a snack at Cold Stone or put hunger to rest with pretzels, doughnuts, pizza and burgers. Fast food chains include Pizza Hut, McDonald’s, Krispy Kreme, Manchu WOK and Quiznos.
Photo credit: Dining room and steak (MGM), Hamburger (chotda)
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