Hello Vegas Seafood buffet in Torrance!

It’s a little taste of Vegas in the South Bay!
Just recently Vegas buffet opened up in Torrance at the Del Amo Fashion center. I checked it out recently for lunch and got to taste some of their offerings.

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I started off my meal with soup. They have various soups to choose from. They have miso, clam chowder and hot and sour. I chose to get the hot and sour. It had a nice hint of spice. It had a good, thick broth.

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After the soup, I hit up up the Asian food section. They have various Asian favorites such as orange chicken and beef with broccoli. The dishes I tried were savory and tasty.
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I liked the chicken sticks from the Asian section. The chicken was perfectly crispy and tender.

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Another crispy favorite of mine was the tempura. I tried the yam and the zucchini and found it to be crunchy and delish!
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All the above entrees could be accompanied with their fried rice offering. I found the fried rice to be quite interesting because it had little chunks of raisins scattered throughout.
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After the Asian section, the Brazilian section was my next stop! The crowd favorite seemed to be the bacon wrapped chicken and so I tried that. It was ok but a bit on the salty side! I liked the Brazilian sausage from this area so much better. The sausage was flavorful with a slight peppery kick.20130703-140459.jpg
My third stop at the buffet was the teppanyaki section. I tried a customary dish made with noodles, zucchini, mushrooms, red and green bell peppers, onions, garlic, steak and chicken. The noodles were soft. It was a fresh, fulfilling dish with all the ingredients mixed in.20130703-140531.jpg
My last but definitely not the least area to check out was the dessert area! They have chocolate fountain. You have your choice to dip marshmallows, cakes and fruits. I couldn’t resist dipping a strawberry!

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Aside from the chocolate fountain, Vegas buffet has a frozen yogurt bar. I made a my own little fro-yo treat with pistachio and pomegranate frozen yogurt topped with nuts and fruit. I loved how thick and creamy the yogurt was.

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The dessert does not end with the chocolate fountain and frozen yogurt bar because they have a variety of mini treats.

They have mango cheesecake. I found it so sweet and soft.

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There is also sesame balls. They are so cute and crispy!

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Their creme brûlée offering was excellent! It was also very soft and so creamy!
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The bread pudding was another soft and tasty dessert.

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The buffet also had nice little tiramisu cakes!

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My favorite dessert was the mango pudding. It had a sweet, tangy mango taste consistent throughout the little dish. It was topped with lovely, colorful sprinkles.

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All the different sections at Vegas buffet had tasty and delicious offerings. It’s nice to have a little bit of Vegas noms in the South Bay.

For more smiles, please see my recent yelp review on Vegas buffet.

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3 thoughts on “Hello Vegas Seafood buffet in Torrance!

  1. Jamie says:

    I went there and I didn’t eat as much as I should’ve. LOL. Their honey shrimp was good and their crab legs, but I know you and seafood, LOL.

  2. Jenn says:

    Ada/Jamie I only went for lunch and am actually going back for dinner later in the week with friends! I hear dinner is even more food 😮

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