” conveniently located off I-5 at Rialto, rolling hills casino buffet is a great destination for travelers and locals who enjoy playing card games in a well-organized, clean, air-conditioned, and safe environment. The casino has both non-smokers and smoking zones for the convenience of our patrons. Our offer is huge with both video poker and non-video slots, many of which are replaceable for added convenience. We have a large variety of video poker games including Blackjack, Craps, Hawaiian Roulette, slots, video poker tournaments, keno, roulette, baccarat, koi fish, and more. We offer a great variety of food services to satisfy even the most discriminating palate. Our catering menu is available in an assortment of choices from sandwiches and salads to full buffet catering for intimate dinners and events.
“A local favorite in the hills, Rolling Hills Casino buffet gives its customers the kind of quality food they can only get at a top casino.” — KPBS Los Angeles
“The buffet is fun! My wife loves it! The foods are always changing, but she usually asks if we can try something new. They also have a wonderful happy hour special that is themed with the colors of the San Diego Chargers.” — KPBS Los Angeles
“The service was great and the food was excellent. The food looked like it came straight out of a Southwestern trailer. The buffet itself was very good, the service was great, the ambiance was great and the drinks were very well priced.” — KPBS Los Angeles
“This buffet is for the people who wants to be spoiled. The prices are really very reasonable and it’s always filled with the choicest meats, cheeses and desserts. The atmosphere is very intimate and you will feel that you’ve come home to a very fine party.” — KPBS Los Angeles, 3/5/15
My take? It looks like most reviewers think the buffet at Rolling Hills Casino Resort is “just OK” with a couple of minor nitpicks. I think those nitpicks are a bit overblown and the overall positive response to the buffet seems pretty accurate. I’m giving the ranch handbook a thumbs up on that one! In the future, I think I’ll try the chicken fried steak and if people don’t mind wing ribs I’ll stick with the marinara version, but for now this review is the subjective opinion of a tripadvisor member and not of a professional public relations manager at a casino and resort.