After more than two years, buffet reopens at Niagara Falls Casino


By Don Redmond

Published on July 19, 2022 at 4:41 p.m.

Le Grand Buffet is finally back at the Fallsview Casino Resort in Niagara Falls this week.

The restaurant will open Thursday (July 21) although the Falls Deli, also a tenant of Fallsview, sporadically uses the vacant property as surplus for its own customers. However, that was only with the Deli menu.

When the Grand Buffet reopens, it promises a bigger and better version of itself.

“We are thrilled to bring back a new version of Le Grand Buffet that reopens with quality, efficiency and safety as our top priority for our customers,” the restaurant said.

“Le Grand Buffet will serve some of your favorite selections and introduce new ones, always with the freshness and quality you expect from us.”

What remains unclear is the service format, as they suggest it may differ. “We’re also introducing an improved guest experience, including faster seating service and a focus on reducing our food waste.”

Some buffets in tourist towns such as Las Vegas have changed the self-serve style, bringing waiters to your table to take the order rather than people crowding around the buffet food area.

That said, the restaurant insists, “Our commitment has not changed, and our team will make sure you enjoy this new experience and all your favorite dishes, while providing you with a safe dining environment.”

As for the menu, he promises, “the buffet offers a variety of different cuisines and stations, including Canadian favourites, cut meats, authentic Italian, Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine accompanied by an abundance of seafood. fresh, with a range of hot and cold dishes. handmade items and sushi.”

The Grand Buffet will be open from Thursday to Monday 9 p.m. (for now). Previous reviews on Yelp and Google indicate that the buffet had five sittings: breakfast for $16, lunch for $24, dinner for $29, plus brunch and late night slots.

A former customer, London resident Mark Anderson, who frequented the buffet with his wife Liz, was happy to hear of the reopening but hopes the breakfast sitting will return.

“Loved their buffet breakfast. The omelet station was my favorite,” he said. “It was really great value for money before COVID hit.”

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