Ah, Atlantic City buffets. We think you should try out Boardwalk Buffet if you haven’t already. If you’re on the fence, we’re going to get you off of the fence (kinda dangerous anyway, no?) by showing you all the goods you can eat there. And if you’re a lover of the Boardwalk Buffet, we’re just going to make you want to go back again. And again. And again.
Let us take you through through the stations. We won’t bite, we promise.
Our first stop is the salad bar.
You have an array of salads to choose from including tuna salad, pasta salad, coleslaw, fruit salad and potato salad. There is also tons of arugula and separate veggies (not pictured) to make your own any way you like it.
Next we have the vegetable station.
Maybe if we load our plates with healthy stuff to start, we won’t be tempted to add too many cheat foods to our New Year’s diets. Or who cares. We’re at a buffet. All you can eat. But if you prefer the former statement, Boardwalk Buffet has ya’ covered. Carrots, broccoli (with cheese), corn on the cobb, tomatoes, cauliflower, and green beans almondine.
Now we’re getting to the hearty parts. Chicken and carbs.
Here we got some broiled chicken and on the other end of the spectrum, fried chicken. As well as rice, fingerling mashed potatoes and macaroni and cheese. Mmm. Comfort food.
Looking for a little something more? How about some Chinese cuisine?
Boardwalk Buffet has an amazingly yummy selection that includes shrimp fried rice, general tso’s chicken, egg rolls, white rice, dumplings and chinese split pea soup (not pictured).
Feeling a little Thanksgiving-ish? No problem. Boardwalk Buffet has that under control too.
Next down the buffet line is a carving station with turkey and sausage (okay, maybe not so Thanksgiving-ish). But then there is also cranberry sauce, ham and stuffing to accompany this craving. It so works. Your body will think it is November all year long with this one.
You want some seafood, don’t you? Do not fret, because there is shrimp!
Lots and lots of shrimp, actually. Shrimp cocktail and fried shrimp, as well as a whole fish station that includes baked tilapia (below), clams and mussels.
And of course there is a whole slew of dessert. Sugar-free and sugar-some.
Regular dessert selections ready to be put on your plate and into your mouth are itty bitty lemon meringue pies, coconut creme pies, blonde brownies, cheesecake, pecan pie, vanilla and chocolate cupcakes, bread pudding, and chocolate brownies. There are also containers of candies to choose from: lollipops, Laffy Taffys, Sour Patch Kids, Jolly Ranchers and Mary Janes. For our sugar-free people, lots of cake and cheesecake options.
So what do you think of Boardwalk Buffet at Caesars? We’re sure SOMETHING(S) here tickles your taste buds. And don’t forget, the array of food can vary slightly daily. Check it out Mondays & Thursdays 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Tuesdays & Wednesdays 11:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturdays & Sundays 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.