Planet Hollywood Spice Market Buffet Review - A Delicious Way To Dine Like a Celebrity

Planet Hollywood's Spice Market Buffet is one of the A list places to dine in Las Vegas located in Planet Hollywood Hotel "on the strip" at 3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Nevada. Voted #1 Buffet six years in a row.


VIP is a must do after such an exciting day experiencing the fashion and fabulous of MAGIC Las Vegas.  All VIP guests are seated immediately. I had the pleasure to dine with Editor Publisher Lawrence Davis of Splash Magazines.

How do you get VIP?  Well Celebrities, Media and All High rollers with a Platinum Diamond Card get the VIP treatment.  If you don't have a Platinum Diamond card you will first have to start out with a Gold card and work your way up to the rootin tootin high roller status of Platinum, Seven Stars is the Ultimate experience.
We were greeted by The hostess " and taken right to our table. No waiting in the long buffet lines. The waitress serves you right at your table you don't have to get up and serve yourself.

Tonight we were served luscious crab legs and a sumptuous shrimp scampi (a special surprise every night).  They were the best crab legs I have ever tasted. They weren't frozen or watery as the usual in most restaurants, these were sweet and at the perfect temperature not a hint of sogginess,  most definitely the best crab buffet around. 

With Seven Star level you get a complimentary glass of champagne only in VIP. There were choices of many ethnic and contemporary foods. The desert menu was very tasty. We decided to make our own desert creation with blueberries , hot syrup, and ice cream, a yummy treat.

This was the perfect way to end or begin the night of MAGIC Market Week Las Vegas, the largest contemporary Fashion event of the season. Next to Ceasars this will be my favourite spot.

Photos courtesy of Partyby5

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