Bacchanal Buffet in Caesars Palace is The Strip’s newest buffet. It was named Best Buffet in Las Vegas by USA Today, Las Vegas Review Journal and Las Vegas Weekly. They are heavily advertising all over The Strip and it’s very hard to miss.
They have over 500 items available and once you step inside, you will actually believe it. There’s a long line up, so when we arrived at 5:30pm, we were the last people they let line up. After that, everyone else makes electronic reservations and come back a few hours later. We waited about 45 minutes until we got seated. Even if you have a reservation, you will still be waiting.
If you are a fan of buffets, it’s definitely worth the wait. It costs $50 for the dinner buffet.
The dining is very nice. There’s tons of table inside.
When we got our table, the staff was nice enough to give us a quick tour of where everything was located. We were very amazed by the size of the buffet.
They have a mini juice bar. There’s horchata, grapefruit juice, and some other weird flavours. It was a cool concept but most of the drinks tasted bad.
Included in the buffet price are the usual tea, pop and juice. Orange juice..apple juice…the usual.
The seafood section was the first place where we gravitated towards. It’s where you get your moneys worth! Seafood! These ones are chilled crab legs.
You can alternatively get hot steamed crab legs in the back section of the buffet. They give you a plate full of them.
There are mussels! They were beautifully presented.
Piles of shrimp!
I couldn’t say not to shrimp, so i got some. There are also oyster shooters in a red sauce.
Oyster and mussels. They were ok, but not very fresh, which is expected because they don’t have an ocean nearby.
Ceviche comes in small shot glasses. It didn’t taste very good. Crab gaspacho was the orange item in the shot glass.
Crawfish were there too. It looked spicy, but thats just the colour of their shells. The size of them were a tad small.
All that bread! All those carbs.
A good amount of cheese selection.
Of course, there is also a lot of cured meats. So good.
Feeling like asian food? They have dim sum and a few noodles, rice and soup items.
Even congee with chinese donut. It was pretty decent.
The meat section was beautiful, you can ask for ribs, beef brisket, sausages, ribs, etc. They have a wide variety to order.
There’s also a bunch of sides too. A lot more than this image.
Fried chicken comes in cute little baskets and there are hot dogs and sliders.
There’s scallops, fish, and some veggies.
Beef Brisket, ribs, prime rib and some mac and cheese.
It was so good my other sister got the same thing.
The mains are pretty good, but the dessert has its own selection and boy….there are a lot of choices.
Cake pops look cute.
Panna Cotta and cheese cake.
Macarons, cookies, and some other things.
Lots of cupcakes to choose from too.
Rows of panna cotta and custard. The caramel custard was pretty damn good.
Gelato and ice cream.
There’s so much dessert.
Chocolate covered Long steamed strawberries are a must!!!
There’s a shaved ice station too.
Crepe station and you can top it with whatever you want. Your sweet tooth will love you.
Strawberries, chocolate lava cake and the mochi ice cream.
Macarons, tarts, ice cream and more strawberries.
Shaved ice, strawberry, chocolate, cake and mango pudding.
Overall, it’s a pretty good buffet with LOTS of selection. Pretty decent quality.
Afterwards, we walked to Bellagio to look at the fountain.
We Rate Bacchanal Buffet:
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard S
Las Vegas, NV