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    Huh? Take taxi to go eat buffet? The buffets are in your hotel and casinos. But yeah, I hear ya on the lonely person at the buffet thing.

    In this case, go find a fast food area, something like subway. ahhahaa It's sad you don't want to spend money on good food when you're in Vegas. Gambling is sooo bad for you pemberly.

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    i did end up going to one buffet while in Vegas, the bellagio one for dinner. it was super crowded, but pretty good. i had bison, some lamb, a crab leg, some lobster ravioli, and too much dessert. not very healthy, but yummy.

    and i spent a little more on food than i intended to, bc there are just so many good restaurants in vegas. i went to enoteca san marco by mario batali, and bouchon by thomas keller. as well as a bunch of smaller bistros. sigh...my wallet is empty now.

    maybe if i have money next time, i want to try Alex, LíAtelier, emeril lagasse's restaurant, and restaurant guy savoy. *punches numbers in calculator* i just need to win an extra 700 bucks. damn.
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    ithink you should look more to find the health food their is sure cheap food in every where .in supermarkets fpr example if dont want stay in hotel or eat in resturant

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    Hey, friends, the most healthy Indian food that I would suggest you for your health is SAMBAR DAL or DHOKLA.SAMBAR DAL is actually a solid stew made with chickpeas,One serving includes approximately 50 calories, 2.6gms carbohydrates, 15.0gms protein, and 1.8gms fat .For recipe you would check https://bitly.com/app100mph .
    DHOKLA is actually a staple Gujarati snack, dhoklas, is made with gram flour and subsequently steamed. The fermentation of the flour enhances its nutritive value. Dhokla has a low glycemic index (it releases glucose at a more sustained rate) which makes it good for diabetics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pemberly View Post
    i'm planning a vacation and i'm having trouble finding places to eat with healthy food. correction, i'm having trouble finding places that aren't 20 bucks for a salad. expensive restaurants always have healthy and delicious salads and grilled options. but what if i'm poor/cheap? and buying groceries and cooking isn't really an option, because i don't think the hotel management would like me starting fires in the room.
    Perhaps you can just order foods that are healthy for you. I don't think you can save in considering a hotel buffet or salads. But, I'm sure there are small restaurants around that you can spend a little for foods.

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