The buffet has some of the usual suspects such as prime rib, charcuteries, sushi, fresh fruits and mini desserts. The brunch also includes regular breakfast foods like benedicts, smoked salmon, bagels, bacon, sausages, waffles and a omelet station. I avoided all of the above to save my stomach space for the big ticket items - Maine lobster tails, Sturgeon caviar, raw oysters, oyster rockefeller, beef tenderloin, chocolate dipped strawberries, mimosa and about 5 cups of cappuccinos.
Hey, we ate for 2.5 hours I needed 5 cups of cappuccino to keep me awake from the previous night of debauchery.
The Sturgeon caviar is located behind the sushi bar and it must be requested before the lady hands over the golden eggs. Sterling has plenty of condiments - belinis, creme fraiche, parsley, fresh horseradish, red onions, and capers. I was in heaven I must have eaten 5 oz all by myself.
I passed on the prime rib served almost everywhere in Las Vegas and as cheap as $3.99 with eggs; instead I went for the juicy and perfectly roasted beef tenderloin. The buffet also had baked creamy bacon spinach filled oysters aka oyster rockefeller in addition to raw oysters.
The dessert area included various sweets such as tarts, eclairs, cheesecakes, cakes and crepe station. I filled my belly with chocolate dipped strawberries in different variations - white and milk chocolate, peanuts, and pistachio. The strawberries were the size of golf balls and surprising sweet at this time of the year.
The service is old school like the steakhouse decor, servers in white jackets and ties. The servers are ready to pounce when the champagne glass is barely empty. A fairly good deal at $85.
...so old school, a man next to us who is in his late 50s to early 60s and sits at the same booth every Sunday...for almost 20 years.
Tip: We gambled at the Paris hotel and when we cashed out our casino chips, the attendant handed us a 10% off coupon for most restaurants in the Harrah's hotel corp including Sterling's brunch.
3645 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109