Bacchanal Buffet - Caesars Palace Las Vegas
• Mon-Thur: $74.99 dinner buffet. 4pm-10pm
• Fri-Sun $54.99 brunch buffet. 9am-3pm. Also Labor Day. Dinner buffet 3pm-10pm.
Reserve your place in line now. Reservations are strongly recommended. There is also a wait list on OpenTable.com, however there is no guarantee of entry for wait list or walk-ins.
All Staff Very accommodating, very friendly especially Guadalupe and partner. recommendable 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
I did not like the food I was mad I wasted my money
Overall experience was outstanding, including food and environment; will definitely recommend this restaurant.
Mediocre at best. Would not go again. Had to take a 10:15 reservation and they said they closed in an hour. Normally you’d have 90 mins to eat, but we didn’t. They offer a few premium items, but a lot you’d get at a normal $20.00 buffet. Definitely not worth 81.00 per person.
The food was good but nothing exceptional.
make me sit on the toilet for the rest of my night.
nice job done!
So many choices I didn’t know where to begin. Most people started at the seafood station filled with crab legs, shrimp, etc.. The items were fairly well signed, although it wasn’t until my second dish that I saw they made pasta and soup to order. Great for people who like a variety to eat at once and have a big appetite.
Since opening back up, well worth it. Food was very good with alot of varieties.
Food is excellent. Prime rib the bomb. Have to make reservations. Buffet is crowded pretty chaotic.will go back
We loved Ramona and the food was fantastic! Definitely going every time we’re in town
Wonderful buffet, lots of different food options. Great staff
DELICIOSO!!! ESPECTACULAR, LO MEJOR LAS PATAS DE CANGREJO, EL SERVICIO EXCELENTE...
Great assortment of dishes. But overrated. I was expecting better food quality for the price
All hype, not worth the price they are charging. Seafood was soggy, like it was frozen and thawed multiple times, carvery items were dry and overcooked, all other items were average, at best.
Way over priced! Selections were ok, but a hefty $75...
Nice display of food in various sections, but nothing too outstanding or particularly good. A lot of seafood offerings. Some sections had options for chef created dishes, yet signage was so small and out of the way you didn’t even see it. Glad I went, but definitely not worth the huge price tag.
I've been coming Caesars Buffet since 2009. Now that all other buffets on Caesars properties had stop their buffets. And I have try other hotel buffets since 2000. I am Caesars Reward program player for over 10 years. This is the only buffet stop.
The food was not as nice as it was the previous time we went when it first reopened but we still enjoyed what was offered. What ruined the experience for us was the service - worst ever. Not something you expect at a Caesar's restaurant.
You would think with all the staff present there wouldn't have been any problems but to have to ask three times for salt and pepper over a 20 minute time frame and have 3 of 4 people look at each other and act like ... it's not my job was just sad. In the hour or so 4 of us dined the only person to actually pay attention to us was a bus gal who's name was Tuyen. She kindly got us anything we needed, cleared our plates, brought us coffee and was hustling at every table around us. I took pictures of the rest of the staff standing against the wall yapping with each other. Seriously?
It was pricey. Could be due to the being thanking weekend/dinner. However quality/quantity of food was great.
Definitely over priced for what is offered. Unfortunately, there are not many other buffet options available in Vegas nowadays. For less than half the price, you are much better off at South Point’s seafood buffet (on Fridays).
Not so great for vegetarians. Desert options are good.
The food was excellent!!! Best food I’ve eaten.
I love salmon and they don’t have any.
I love salads and they have only two different ones.
The tables are a little too close one from the other.
The tacos were excellent.
Most of the food was very good.
The price too high ,
The service excelent,
I enjoyed my time there.
Still the best buffet in Las Vegas, gourmet options and best seafood choices. But at the current.prices not a value/ borderline expensive.
Lots of food but quality went down. Asian foods were meant just to be there being crowded the stations pho was horrible. Japanese Foods dried up. Not worth the money. I’m going to Wynn soon to see if there is any better luck.
Great selection and great service.
This was absolutely not worth the price. Same food as Biloxi casinos but double the price. The staff never came by to refill drinks and only picked up plates once. The crab legs were hard to peel (over cooked) and the prime rib was cold.
Very disappointed. Food quality was poor. Prime rib was dry, no butter available for crab legs, had to request employees to refill oysters.
So many choices!! There is so many choices that there is no way anyone can eat every single thing. The seafood choices are fantastic. (my favorite). The whole meat carving section was fantastic. I could go on and on but it was all so good! Price is a bit steep but with all the choices it is well worth it. Made reservations ahead of time and they took us right in. Can't wait to go back!
Overall, a once-in-a-long-time experience while visiting Las Vegas. Selection,as expected was wide and varied, but the preparations we're not extraordinary. I would not make this a regular meal location due to it's high price.
Great food & service (although we served ourselves) ex drinks, but $191.00 for 2 people for lunch is NO value. In addition Something needs to be done about certain people who overindulge with the king crab legs with no consideration for others. Each time I tried to get some pan was empty. Probably won't return due to over pricing.
Very upsetting to make this reservation when the website clearly stated the price to be $55 per person for brunch but when we get there they say it’s a holiday weekend and they charge $80 per person. A huge difference that made it hard to enjoy the food.
Food wasn't worth the cost. It was way too expensive and not a lot of good options.
Food was delicious. It was a great to experience cuisine from other cultures. Was disappointed that the crab legs weren't seasoned. We were told they season them after 3:30. :(
Crab legs everywhere!
The ambience and food was great. The only item I feel the holiday pricing for Thanksgiving when we dined on the Sunday after was a far stretch. Also if your going to charge an additional $20 there should be additional signature dishes.
We went at brunch time and got charged like dinner . I was disappointed with our food , most food was cold . Not worth $80 per person .
I was disappointed that they did not inform anywhere on their website that they up charged lunch finding the holidays
Very overpriced buffet. Background music was very loud
This place is so great!!!!!! Definitely coming back!!
Bacchanal Buffet - Caesars Palace Las Vegas is rated 4.1 stars by 2921 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.