Fremont Paradise Buffet
At a Glance
What is it?
A pretty standard Vegas buffet in ways both good and merely okay.
Where is it?
At the Fremont Hotel & Casino in Downtown Las Vegas.
What kind of food is served?
Not the biggest buffet in town but plenty to choose from. Coffee shop menu has all the usual suspects.
What is the atmosphere like?
Downtown’s version of upscale.
How is the service?
What are the prices like?
What else do I need to know?
Lots of Asian favorites on the menu.
What’s the bottom line?
Unexceptional in just about every regard but for these prices there is nothing to complain about.
Downtown Vegas buffets are mostly known for how cheap they are and not necessarily for how good they are. The buffet at Fremont Hotel in Downtown Las Vegas is certainly inexpensive but it seems to prove the maxim that you get what you pay for.
Here you’ll find several stations including soup and salad, a fruit bar, a build-your-own hamburger station, a carving station, Asian selections, Italian fare, and deserts (for example). It isn’t as huge as some of the buffets on The Strip but really, do you need 15 different types potatoes?
The other thing that isn’t as big as it is at the Strip buffets is the price. Breakfast and lunch buffets are under $10 and the only reason that dinner buffets are over $10 is because they do all-you-can-eat prime rib, seafood, and steak nights (check the website for the schedule and exact pricing).
To be clear, the food is not bad! As you might expect, you aren’t going to find stuff that will get their chef’s their own show on The Food Network, but it’s all generously portioned, flavorful, and well-prepared. Hard to ask for more than that at these prices.