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Akwesasne Mohawk Casino Buffet

We recently visited the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino a couple of times in the past month. Either we have enjoyed their buffet too many times or it was not as good. Since this visit we went back with the new decor and found it much improved.Akwesasne Mohawk Casino Buffetas it usually is. They usually have two kinds of soup, but this time they only had chili and a soup that I did not care for. Ok you can put that down to personal taste, however some of the other things are starting to make me wonder if it is really as good as I thought it was.

It is a nice buffet, very clean and a nice selection of food. The Akwesasne Mohawk Casino buffet has all of the basics, so there is no problem with that. They were really busy and some of the trays were empty and for example you could not get any spare ribs at the time we went through the buffet. They may have brought some more out later, however it was too busy to stand in line again to get to the ribs.

Akwesasne Mohawk Casino Buffet – Deserts

The are a good variety of deserts, however the crust on the pie is too thick and heavy. Obviously these pies are not made on site, however they just do not appear to be fresh. Maybe I am just disenchanted with the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino. Perhaps because we have been there one too many times, but I do not think so. Another couple who came with us felt that the Rideau Carleton Casino actually had a better buffet. I was really surprised when I heard that since we  do not really like this casino’s buffet either. You can read a more complete review of the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino, by clicking here.

The buffet costs $1799 at night and $10.00 for lunch except on senior days when the price of the buffet at lunch is only $5.00. for these prices one should not complain since the food is quite good. although it could be improved, at these prices it is more than worth the money.

Crab Legs not Great

The last time we went to the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino, it was a Saturday night and my wife ordered crab legs which were a special on the menu that evening. It cost an extra $5.99. Not as good as other places were we have had crab legs. The legs were not cracked or precut so it meant that you really had to fight to get at the meat inside the shell of the legs.  We would not order this particular special again preferring to save our money for better deals and crab legs.

Well that is about it. Maybe this sounds like a griping session, however we just did not enjoy the buffet as much as other times. If you have been there and tried the buffet, please leave a comment. Any well written comment will be approved , with or without a link. We are looking for quality input for our readers.

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