I love this brunch!!!! Sterling provides an amazing selection of the finest goodies available!!! The lobster alone is worth the price...add the caviar, filet, desserts...everything you could possibly want, including great champagne!!! On our recent visit, I explained that my sister is a vegan. Xavier (our amazing waiter) asked the chef to prepare a BEAUTIFUL fruit plate for her....she was thrilled!!! Thank you!!!!!
While the Sterling Brunch is pricey the food and experience is worth the visit st least once. Its not the largest buffet in las vegas but i believe quality trumps quantity and they served the best of the best. It is now off my bucket list.
Yes, this place is pricey.
but the non-stop champagne and the quality of food at the buffet line is totally worth it. (if you eat seafood). If you're used to 100000 options at a buffet, this is NOT the one for you. They do, however, have lobster tails, king crab legs, stone crab claws, caviar, etc. that you probably won't find at a lot of other place. They also have a carving station that has prime rib, slab bacon, and lamb chops. Don't forget to visit the made to order omelet station (pro tip: ask for the lobster omelet with cognac).
The food and service was fabulous!!! I will be going back the next time I am I. Vegas!!
Amazing food great service it is expensive but you get what you pay for
Buzz Feed brought me here and I couldn’t have been more satisfied. Duff was great and the food was beyond what I have ever had in my life. Quality and freshness in the middle of the Nevada desert.
Our server Anthony (Tony) was the best. The champagne was the best. The food was the best. Everything was the best! They have an AMAZING Sunday brunch. We have been there more than once and we will be back. They have everything from lobster tails, prime rib, caviar, crab legs, salmon, and more. There is a lot to choose from. We will definitely be back again.
Although the food was excellent, the service was marginal at times. Having to clear our own tables to having to wait for food to be replenished, was the difference between being a good experience and a great experience. Additionally, our table was in a very dimly lite area with close proximity to a larger table with an extremely loud party. I’m not sure I can fault the restaurant on this, but it did subtract from the overall experience.
Great service and great food. Totally recommend to everyone that likes lobster with great service
Still a great experience. Food options fit for a king. Don't be afraid to ask for something special. You'll be suprised at how well the staff responds. Champagne comes at whatever pace you can handle.
Went for the lobsters.... very disappointed they were either to chewy or mushy. Some of them didn't taste good at all!!!! This was a must do on our list when we came to Vegas and made reservations months in advanced, but truly was disappointed. Service was great and so was the champange and bloody marys.
It was the best dining experience I have ever had. Food quality is amazing.
Had brunch with 6 of my friends there. The service was exceptional, but the food was mediocre for its price. In Vegas you can get more selection for a cheaper price when it comes to buffet.
If you enjoy eating unlimited lobster with unlimited champagne/other beverages, then I would recommend trying Sterling Brunch once for the experience. I did not think that the buffet was worth it for $105 plus tax/tip which comes out to about $130/person. I was left disappointed because one of the lobster tails I got was cold which probably meant it was sitting out for awhile and there was also only a limited selection for dessert. The crab legs/claws were good. It was a nice dining experience, but I learned that in the future it's best to just hit up Luke's Lobster to get my lobster fix for $25 to save $100.
My third visit to the Sterling Buffet. The food was, as always, incredible. The service, this time, slipped a bit. We were celebrating our anniversary.
The restaurant is very difficult to get reservations for, (we booked three months in advance )so it was not overly busy, one thing they are very good at is perfectly timed reservations. The waiter was less than attentive, and the champagne was nit as free flowing as it has been in the past. The plates were not cleared before we returned to the table repeatedly. To top it off ... Sadly, this time, there were several small children , under age 7, being allowed by their inattentive family to repeatedly visit the dessert buffet area, that was so carefully laid out by the staff. At one point, there was a kitchen worker, looking on, appearing crestfallen, as the kids were pawing at the delicate offerings, without tongs. It was so off putting, my husband and I chose to forgo desert, after watching one kid with a cough crop dust the dessert table, as workers looked on.
Fabulous brunch!!!! An abundance of yummy treats!!!
Been going annually to Sterling Brunch at Bally’s for 13 years. THIS WILL BE MY LAST VISIT.
Made reservations in November 2017 for this 2018 Mother’s Day. We were seated. The wait staff came over and was not happy to work that day. Asked if she could bring over a container so we could put the crab shells. She said that it was the bus boy’s fault. Asked for a drink, took 15 minutes. Mom sat down and asked for a claw cracker. The woman sitting next to us offered her’s , because never arrived. I asked for salt and pepper, was told they DO NOT keep it on the table. It never came. I asked for a claw cracker, the waitress picked up the used one that my mom was using and handed it to me! it was not cheap, at $110 per person, I had expected more. The quality of this brunch has declined. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME AND MONEY. Go to the buffet at the Wynn or the Bacchanal buffet at Caesar’s.
I brought my son there for his 20th Birthday and he had a blast and enjoyed the quality of the food.
Everything was fantastic. Will definitely go back again.
Food was delicious. Filet mignon, lobster tail. Waiter was terrible. Never filled our champagne glasses, never cleared our table. How can you grab a new plate at the buffet if you have no space on your table? Talked to the manager and he said he would talk to our waiter after we left and he didn’t. Can you say awkward? We will never be back.
Had the best time ever. Small but, worth it. I will never go to another buffet. The price is steep, but everything was top notch. They even had regulars that the servers had great rapport. I haven't seen that type of old school service since New Orleans. I highly recommend this brunch buffet. The highlight was the Lobster Omelet, to die for. And the bottomless champagne wasn't cheap crap, YAY!!!! And, I got a rose as I left. This is my new happy place
Not worth the price for quality, poor quality control and should have more options like a typical buffet for that price tag.
For the price, it was over rated. I was expecting more. Very disappointed.
Lobster was not cold water from Maine. It was warm water, mushy, not firm and not sweet. I live in FL and the stone crab claws were soggy and not sweet and delectable as they should be. Champagne is now sub par. They no longer serve Moët. Disappointed from past experience
This was the best buffet in my opinion. If you like lobster,
Caviar, and champagne. Come here it’s my new Sunday Vegas go to!!!
Oysters, is very poor quality for the price they charge. Management must be on top of things like this. Other than that, staff was a pleasure and lobster is great. Please look into getting better quality oysters.
Even though it's pricey at $113.50 per person it's well worth it. The endless Pierre Joulet Champagne, their speciality lobster, cognac, chevre cheese omelet, Bananas Foster French toast are a must try. The petite lobster tail (about 6oz) was tender and juicy. The lobster ravioli is also a must try. The brunch doesn't have huge selection; but, what it lacks in selection it definitely makes up for in quality.
Took my mom for her 98th birthday. I've taken her there before for other special occasions and the food, service, and ambiance continue to be fantastic. I told the waiter it was my mom's birthday and he had the entire section I was sitting in sing happy birthday to my mom. I tried to make another reservation for a future date on Open table however it looks as if they are booked for a year! Can't wait to go back!
We booked this a few months ago based on online recommendations. It was FANTASTIC! There was so much food, and the champagne literally did not stop. Our server Hugo was so amazing, very charming and took great care of us. It’s added to my list of must-do on a Sunday in Vegas. The buffet is not huge, but what they do do, they do very well. Highly recommend it!
The Sterling Brunch at Bally's is the signature destination for brunch in Las Vegas and may be one of the best brunch destinations in the U.S. The food is fresh and varied: Omelet station? Yes. Seafood (crab legs, oysters, shrump)? Yes. Carving station? Yup. All the Perrier Jouet champagne your care to drink? You betcha! Not to mention there are other delicacies like caviar, sushi, and other offerings deftly prepared in BLT Steak's kitchens. The Sterling Brunch really has it all. Be sure to make reservations well in advance or without make sure you arrive early to snag a coveted bar seat; no reservation required.
This was my third time and Hugo was my waiter. I LOVE HUGO! Service can make or break a meal. When we arrived he had spread a beautiful rose with petals across the table for me. He is absolutely amazing! The manager was very helpful in accommodating us to be able to be in his area. The food and the champagne make this a MUST for brunch!!
Celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary! We never felt rushed and ended up staying for over 3 hours! We had a great time!
Sterling brunch. Sundays only. Worth it and great value. Oh my god greatness
Very limited choice of food. It was recommended by my co worker and I had to book a few months in advance. When I got the to restaurant they couldn’t find my reservation but was still able to give me a table. Unlimited champagne was great, but the food was kind of disappointing. Filet Mignon was over cooked, blue point oyster was very slimy. The lobster tail and crab leg was good. Service was great but would not go again.
I was disappointed with the quality of the food. Some items were great, steak, lobster,eggs,but a significant number of item were not tasty at all like, chichen Marsala, shrimp crab claws and sushi. The oysters were a significant concern for my family. They were not cold, almost room temperature and musty. All five of us expierencd this as well as the couple seated next to us. The desserts were wonderful . Our waiter brought us the custard crepe that was absolutely amazing.
I came from NC with a group of four people. I made this the one thing I wanted to do when we came to Vegas. Of us for two people are picky eaters. I can tell you that 1/2 the group cried due to the amount of amazing flavor everything had. The two picky eaters were totally satisfied due to how amazing the food was prepared. Thank you for this brunch 10/10 will do again
As expected best meal I ever had
They ran out of milk chocolate covered strawberries
Before I start writing, note that I have eaten at all of the casino buffets they offer on the vegas strip. With this said, I ate Sterling brunch with my brother on March 25, 2018 *this was my very first time). I was charged approximately $100 per person. I added tip too which totaled out to be around $240 (for two people). First of all, what I enjoyed most was the lamb meat! They carver always gives you a beautiful sliced piece every time. The lamb piece has plenty of meat on it with a good size of fat on it. The seasoning on the lamb is perfect too. However, I honestly have to say that the quality of the food in general is not worth $100 per person; although I understand that this buffet costs this much probably because of the lobster tails and caviar. Maybe the filet mignon too. But that's about it. In addition, the buffet does not offer much too. You can get from one end to the other end with approximately 20 footsteps. With a buffet this small, I would think that the rest of the time would be spent on the quality of each serving. Last thing I will say is that the dessert is delicious and ripe though. My overall opinion would be that if it's your first time and thinking hard about trying this place, you should try it. Again, I am not saying that the food is bad. All I'm say is that the food quality is just not up there with other casino buffets. If you want to good quality fresh seafood and food, go to wynn (Sunday brunch). If you want an awesome meat carving station with handmade seafood and caviar items, go to Bellagio (Saturday dinner). And if you want good overall quality food with tons of eating options, go to the bacchanal buffet for dinner on saturday. Hope this helps you all.
It was my birthday and loved every moment.