The Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace was built in 2012 at a cost of $17 million, it’s quite the show.

I’m not a ‘foodie’, but I love good food. Very few Las Vegas buffets are worth the cost of admission. One of the Las Vegas buffets that is worth the cash price is the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace. With nine different food stations of various types of cuisines, the Bacchanal has a lot of food options. It’s my favorite buffet in Las Vegas.

Sure, it’s on the expensive end, but it’s still relatively easy to obtain a comp for the buffet. The limits at Caesars Palace are high enough that if you’re gambling there, the host should be able to comp the buffet.

Here is the entire spread of my favorite buffet, in pictures. Every single dish available that day in November.

Feel free to disagree with me and let me know about your favorite buffet in the comments below.

Enjoy!

Entrance to the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.

Yukari salad, aka watermelon salad. My first thought was, ‘its just watermelon’, but wow, it’s really good.
You must try it.

Bone marrow. I couldn’t get enough of this dish.

 

The carving station with delicious and mouth watering meats.
Sign says ‘American Wagyu Beef’.

 

 

Sea snails. I was a little trepidatious. They’re kinda big. They’re chewy but not offensive, is best I can say.
Bone marrow about to go down, absolutely delicious.
Oysters on the half shell with a well made cocktail sauce, one of my favorite items.

 

 

Sushi wasn’t their strongest effort. Only slight better than your standard $14.99 all-you-can-eat hometown town buffet sushi.

There’s a chef who warms up snow crab legs.
This is the area of the Bacchanal buffet that specializes in Asian delicacies.

Manila clams. The sauce was just dynamite.
More giant oysters on the half shell. No sauce. Yummy. More!
The Bacchanal buffet provided a complimentary mimosa.
Peking duck, very authentic and delicious. The orange sauce behind goes well with the duck.

Hamachi Kama, aka yellow tail collar
One of the booths. The decor is beautiful.

Winter melon soup. I don’t understand this dish. Bland with no taste. Maybe there’s a tradition or something because it’s popular.

There is a craft taco station, where a very cool and welcoming chef will make your tacos upon request.

Tacos al Pastor.

Onto the dessert station, which is huge and delicious.

Lots of gelatos, all sorts of flavors

 

The disc shaped items are Mochi balls, a Japanese frozen dessert.

 

 

Crepes are my favorite dessert, and there is a crepe station! OMG!
Kind and cool chef making your crepes to your specifications.

Caramel crepes. Good gosh it’s good!

    

Thai tea on request. This drink is delicious!

Feel free to leave a question or comment in the comment box below.

Sincerely,

Max Rider, the RoadGambler

Posted in: Casino, Casino Food, Hotel

10 thoughts on “Every Dish at the Bacchanal Buffet Caesars Palace, Las Vegas (100+ pics)”

  • Thanks for the review,I’m looking to be making a trip out in April. Planning on staying down town,but that buffet is something that looks like I have to check out…. bone marrow?? That seems really interesting.. for the life of me I have never seen such different things on a buffet. Menudo wow!! And the lamb! The seafood looks awesome!!! I will pass on the snail.

  • That looks awesome. My wife and I love Caesar’s. Never been to the buffet there. Will go for sure next time. We’re drooling over the pics. Lol! Bone marrow is delicious. Thank you for posting this and the tip on asking for food comps.

  • Buffet is NOT worth it IMO. Same type of food just like everywhere else. All the videos of Bacchannal make the buffet seem large and spacy. Its not! Not that big. Overall C.

    • I can respect your opinion. Honestly, I think every single buffet in Las Vegas is overpriced. However, for a treat, knowing that you are paying a premium, this is one of the better buffets in Las Vegas. Also, it’s relatively easy to get a buffet comp.

      I do have to disagree with you that the food is mostly the same. I don’t know of too many buffets that has things like oysters on the half shell, manila clams, bone marrow, etc.

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      I’ve been relying on my players card for comps, but I’ve noticed you’ve mentioned on several post about contacting your “host” for comps. How exactly does that process work? Is there someone designated by the casino for this, or is this tied into your players’ card? BTW: I’m a low-level player, usually buying in for $150.00 – 200.00 at craps and maybe expanding to another $200.00 after exhausting my initial buy-in, on slow nights. At other times I walk away with ahead by a few bucks. Any insight you can provide is greatly appreciated.

      Really enjoy your web site and videos!

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