Jan 19

Bacchanal Buffet – Caesars Palace – Las Vegas

3570 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Rating: ★★★★★ 

Caesars Palace upgraded their buffet last year in a $17 million renovation. Located in the rear of the casino, the Bacchanal buffet features modern glass design across a large expanse of various types of seating arrangements and a long winding buffet line. Priced at $31.99 for a weekday lunch with a Total Rewards Card, the Bacchanal Buffet serves up a delicious meal at a fairly hefty price tag.

Just 53 minutes after lunch began, the line for the buffet was pretty long, filling up half of the line space. Even after you pay, the queue to be seated was another 10 groups of people. After the meal, the line was three times as long and stretched outside the building.

The Bacchanal Buffet serves up a variety of cuisines including Chinese, Chinese Dim Sum, Freshly cooked noodle soup, sushi, Chinese BBQ, Freshly cooked pasta, Freshly cooked Mexican fajitas, artisan breads, American, large carving station, Seafood, freshly squeezed fruit juice, and extremely extensive deserts.

Some highlights of the buffet include the Chinese food because the food actually tastes like it came from a Chinese restaurant! The beef from the broccoli beef was extremely tender and of high quality. The dim sum selection was pretty good and had great tasting Sui Mai and Har Gow. I also liked the large quantities of roast duck and BBQ pork. I liked how there was a large selection of items at the carving station that included 3 different types of sausages, bacon, turkey, beef brisket, and turkey. The Bacchanal Buffet serves up various types of fries in fry baskets that conveniently serves up fries in a whimsical fashion. The sushi offerings were a bit sparse, but they did taste good. A highlight of the buffet would be the wagyu beef sliders with cheddar cheese. The beef was extremely juicy and tasted of very high quality meat. The apple strudel tasted fresh and was full of flavor. There were quite a few choices for ice cream that ranged from vanilla to watermelon mint. The fresh melon, tropical, and orange juices were amazing! We were not disappointed with any particular food dish.

Overall, Bacchanal Buffet was worth every expensive penny. All of the dishes tasted fresh and delicious. No matter what your tastes are, Bacchanal buffet will have something that you want to eat. If you do plan on visiting, make sure you bring your Total Rewards club card for a small discount. I also suggest you go at the beginning of each meal period to avoid extremely long lines. After getting your table, expect to be amazed! This buffet truly rivals the buffet at the Wynn.

1 comment

  1. It’s on the top of my list too

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