Second visit, and really glad we came back with friends.
Jim, our waiter, was amazing, friendly and efficient.
My glass was never empty.
How did we not know about this place before this trip??? The brunch was the best we've ever experience in Vegas! I would recommend to anyone who loves great champagne with your brunch. Only the best at this restaurant! We will definitely be back.
After paying 100.00 we were charged and additional 60.00 . Now 260.00 for two people and one person doesn’t eat seafood or steak is ridiculous.
We booked a reservation weeks in advance , had researched on line too.
Was disappointed with the Langusta (Caribbean lobster)thought there would be Maine lobster.
Asked was told , “lobster is from the Atlantic “.
Food was good but not sure it was worth the cost .
Gluttons! Face it, anyone reviewing reviews of a buffet must be at least interested in being a glutton. It’s lobster, but it’s not fantastic. You should know what you’re getting into. While the food is higher quality than most buffets, it is not the highest. It’s nice, but really, how much lobster and crab can you eat in one sitting? You easily get your money’s worth and that was what motivated me to try it (and lobster).
The overall service is strong and the champagne is flowing. When you meet your server, your glass remains full (to orders included). The entire team was very attentive.
You’ll be uncomfortably full when you leave, but the story of you eating 6+ lobster tails in one sitting makes that all worth it (champagne + lobster + story - uncomfortable).
It was a fantastic experience! The food and service are great!
Food was excellent. Jim our waiter was out standing.
Still the best brunch in Las Vegas albeit the most expensive. I have eaten here a few times a year since the mid 1990's. It has been remodeled, so has lost that 'old Vegas' feel, but still serves excellent champagne and food. Beginning with the hot gourmet popovers served at the table, to the large, fresh shrimp and mountains of unlimited lobster tail, to the fresh fruit and scrumptious dessert table. Fillet and prime rib and rack of lamb cooked to perfection. It's not a huge buffet, but everything on it is quality. Problem is, they may have priced themselves out of my range. It has always been expensive -- $55 back in the 90's and early 2000's, $85 for the past few years -- but when we went last Sunday it was $105. Twenty dollars is a huge jump. And that is before the tip, which you are inclined to be generous with because the wait staff is extremely attentive. I still recommend this brunch, especially for special occasions, and for people who are willing to linger over several hours of conversation, while enjoying good champagne and quality food.
This place inspires you to eat too much, had to walk around the strip for an hour after eating here.
I went to Vegas 3 times in 8 months and finally got my reservation! The signature omelette with lobster, Boursin cheese and cognac was amazing, even more so if you top it with caviar. The champagne was flowing, our server made sure we never had less than a full glass. The lobster tail was flavorful and I loved the king crab. I curse their cheese popover. It is so good served with Boursin but took up valuable stomach real estate. At 105pp, it’s not for every occasion but it was worth it!
I know the concept of a $100 buffet sounds crazy, but this is an incredible meal!!
Sergio our waiter was the best! This is one of the best brunches we’ve ever done. Food was delicious! The lobsters were amazing! Would highly recommend.
Have nothing to say negative about the buffet. Everything was perfect.. From the food to the service.
This is a must eating destination every time we come to Vegas. The food and service is amazing.
The food spread was quite impressive and the bottomless champagne certainly lived up to expectations. If there was a complaint it was that we expected the place to be a little better than shorts and r-shorts. I also find it quite tacky to invite tips at the serving stations. This is a very expensive meal and the tip/gratuity provided on the check should be shared with the kitchen serving employees rather than separately expecting cash at a food station.
Been coming to the Sterling Brunch for years, and will keep coming, every thing is EXCELLENT, don't change a thing.
Totally NOT worth the price. Food quality is pretty bad as well. Do not recommend.
I walk up to the hostess and stand right in front of her for about 10-15 seconds before she even acknowledges me. At most high end restaurants, the hostess will greet you with a smile before you even approach their post. Not here. After waiting about 5 minutes for my table to be ready, I finally get seated and just watch the server walk past me with no acknowledgement. So I decided to just go hit the buffet. After coming back from the buffet, the server still does not come around to take my drink order until another 5 minutes has passed. Throughout my brunch, the server did not refill my drinks and I had to ask him. Towards the end of my meal, I asked for wet naps and the check. He actually forgot the wet naps and disappeared for another 10 minutes before he brought my check.
As for the food, I say that you are wasting your money here. I would have been ok paying $25 for the quality of food they served here. I know they have lobster tail, prime rib, lamb chops, king crab, stone crabs, blue point oysters and filet mignon to name a few, but the taste was not good at all. I would highly recommend spending the $50 at Bacchanal in Caesars Palace over this place. The buffet here is about 1/4 the size of Bacchanal's. First off, the lobster was not dry or anything, it just had a weird taste to it. I can't really explain what it is, but was not a big fan of it. I did have to squeeze lemon on top just to make it edible. The prime rib was very dry. I should have paid attention and asked for the medium cut instead. The lamb chop was too gamey. I just took one bite and I could already taste the gaminess and had to spit it out. The filet mignon was very dry and lack flavor. The shrimp cocktail was ok. They were very big and plump though. The rock crab was a joke. There was no taste and just full of water when I bit into it. Normally you can taste the brininess of the crab, but not here. The blue point oysters for some reason didn't taste fresh to me. Go pay $65 at Bacchanal.
We try to get reservations for the Sterling Brunch every time we are in Las Vegas. The food is amazing and attention to detail puts it over the top. The popover which starts the meal is delicious, and worth a carb splurge. Webster has been making their signature omelet for years, and it's worth a trip to Vegas!
Great variety of wonderful food but not very tasty. Service was very good.
Always a great experience, altmosphere and fantastic seafood.
Overall we had an awesome experience. The food was great! I noticed people in One forum complaining about the lobster tails, stating that they were over cooked. It’s a buffet. They can only stay fresh for so long. We thought they were awesome. My only complaint is that the filet was really not seasoned.
1000% recommended if you're a lobster fan like me. If you're not, there are several other better brunch buffet values in Vegas. The buffet was always stocked full and the tails were slightly larger and of better quality than i expected coming from a buffet.. Impeccable service from the staff.
Other non lobster items were also great but the lobster and champagne were the real winners here.
Visited with friends on Superbowl Sunday. The Sterling Brunch had been on my bucket list for a while and I´m glad we went. Lots of delicious food, outstanding waiters and a constant flow of champagne made it a great experience. Probably will be back.
The brunch was fantastic! Very good quality seafood, meats and veggies. Caveat on the line too!
Over priced and underrated
It was good, been trying to get reservations for 4 yrs ( go to vegas twice a year )...so book ahead. remember this buffet doesnt have tons of items to pick from. The service was amazing for a buffet makes almost forget your at a buffet!!!.. the food was cooked ok and the seating area we had was ok ( could use a bit more light )...over all a good experience to at least try once!!
Went there for my wife’s birthday, food is good, but really few options, not the best out there, I’d rather eat at the MGM, or Baccanal, they are better value for the price.
Chef Webster was very sincere and exceptional in creation of lobster omlet for my birthday, and Javier was very attentive to my table and made me feel welcomed.
THE STERLING BRUNCH IS FANTASTIC, ONE OF A KIND. FULL SERVICE WAIT STAFF EXCEPT FOR SELF SERVE FOR FOOD. ENDLESS CHAMPAGNE, ATTENTIVE STAFF, FRIENDLY, NOT RUSHED. CLASSY EXCELLENCE FOR SEAFOOD LOVERS... PRICEY, BUT WORTH IT FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS TO IMPRESS.
Our waiter Jim was the best in the business - very professional and made the experience so much better. The food was good - not great - not hot some things and for the price it was lack luster - but the champagne was great and Jim was great - the desserts looked good but too much food couldn't enjoy them. The restaurant was packed and it was too loud and noisy for my liking - and I really wanted to eat crab and they made it tough as the spikes on the crab were too sharp so I only had one piece. Felt like I got my money's worth with the caviar and champagne but then I didn't eat anything else - would go again but restaurant really was too too noisy
The Food and service was amazing, well worth the price our waiter was awesome. We will most definitely come back for the most delicious buffet in Las Vegas.
Absolutely phenomenal! Food was amazing, hot and fresh! Our server, Hugo, was a treat as well, friendly, professional while still entertaining, very informative. We will definitely be back!
Took my husband for his 78th birthday! We had a great experience. The family at the next table were very friendly. We really really enjoyed our experience. A little pricey but worth it. I'll be going back again.
Best in vegas, expensive, but what do you expect for a buffet of lobster
I'm a local Las Vegan. My brother is visiting me from New York. Yesterday was his birthday. I wanted to take him someplace really special to celebrate. Since he had never been to the Sterling Brunch at Bally's, that made the decision simple. There were 8 of us. Our server, Lupita, had a great 'Attitude'. She kept our Perrier champagne glasses filled, while being attentive to the special needs of some of my guests with mobility issues...without even being asked.
I also want to give a special 'shout out' to Hugo...he was our server the last time my friends and I were at the Brunch. Hugo was so great that he set the tone for our wanting to return. Sterling Brunch Bottom line: Very welcoming staff, well-prepared high quality food.
At $105.00 ++ per person it is pricey, but you get great value for the $$. Highly recommend!!
Tony was amazing, he took care of our table in a fun an professional way.
Hands down the best buffet experience I've ever had. Food was great and service was excellent. Well worth the price, definitely going there again next time we're in vegas
The food was amazing same as the first time we had , if possible have more new items that will be perfect, highly recommend !!
Another good brunch you need to try this one time you will enjoy the food and champagne