This is probably one of the more pricey buffets on the
This is probably one of the more pricey buffets on the strip but for the quality of the food and the HUGE selection, it's worth it. Service is just ok, they are super busy so it can take a hot minute to get drink refills. Food selection is never ending! They have a lot of choices even for seafood. Tip: make a reservation or you will be standing in line for ever. Also... when you think you are at the end of the buffet line... you are not! Keep going there is another room! Lol
Let me just start with the pros: Our server was attentive
Let me just start with the pros: Our server was attentive and constantly came to pick up our plates and asked if we needed something.Cons: Before even walking inside the buffet, we felt like we were being skipped by the hostesses. We had reservations and still had to wait and saw that people behind us were being seated before us. The people behind the food are were not friendly.Food: To say I'm disappointed is an understatement. Everything was too salty ended up drinking water more than eating. The food itself was not very good and we tried almost everything, not sure if it was an off day. Food presentation didn't look appealing/appetizing and we walked by so many of the foods. Food didn't taste fresh (felt my stomach bubbling) The seafood area was pretty sorry. For the price and the wait we expected a little bit more. Overall not a very good experience. 5 stars for our server though!
We met Chef upon entering the Buffet.
That was cool. He suggested a variety of cuisines and his top favorites. We tried every dish he suggested and a number of others. The flavors stood out in the numerous varieties of cuisines we enjoyed. All of the dishes met the mark. Chef's choices were on point. The dessert island knocked me out. We tried as many as we could. Too many to give it a serious run! Hope to come back some time.
Italian food tasted great, and seafood tasted good.
Unfortunately, the asian food was awful. Service and ambiance was good.
Food is always amazing! Next time I I go back, I will start
Food is always amazing! Next time I I go back, I will start with the seafood. I got too full and ended up eating only 2 crab legs. Service was also amazing. The staffs are very helpful and fun to talk to. Shout out to Rogel and Julie! They're the best. Ambience is cool. We went around 3 pm. It was busy. A long line for the seafood section. We waited maybe around 20 minutes to be seated.
Food was fantastic! Staff was so courteous.
Great environment. Mrs. Esmerelda was awesome!
It's overvalued for its price.
Seafood was too salty to eat, and there were only a few kinds of sushi, and the line was long, so it was hard to put food on a plate once. It's the first time in my life that I've ever had a buffet without food like this. It's the worst Buffet experience. The only thing that was good was the service.
Not for the budget minded, but the food variety, quality,
Not for the budget minded, but the food variety, quality, and creativity will surely satisfy. Service will pleasantly surprise you. Our server Maryam was amazing. Definitely a must if you appreciate fine dining.
Great service. Short wait. Highly recommend this place to anyone visiting Las Vegas
All you can eat crab legs, lobster clause, shrimp, mussels,
All you can eat crab legs, lobster clause, shrimp, mussels, and more...enough said! Thoroughly enjoyed so I'll definitely recommend.
A gastronomical Delight.
5/5 by Bo B
Expensive but you get what you pay for. We have tried a number of buffets in Las Vegas and this one is by far the BEST. Make a reservation to avoid long wait lines. I was surprised how huge the buffet offering was. It kept going and going. Roast Wole Pig, Cassoulet, Pasta statin, Soup station, Roast Bone Marrow, Lots of seafood, dessert buffet with everything. Amazing stuff. Not an everyday place t visit to save your wallet and waist line but definitely a must try.
Took out of town friends to Caesar's Bucchanal Buffet a few nights ago. Reservation times were honored. Huge crowds are always in attendance. The food was outstanding; well worth the $ 80 dinner price. The best seafood selections we had ever seen..try the lobster claws-very meaty.'Also, save room for the desserts...miny size but mighty taste.
My wife and I went with some friends of ours.
Simply incredible. Very delicious. The service and ambiance were amazing.
Hands down this is my favorite seafood buffet by far .
If you haven't try this buffet yet you need to try and lmk what you think? Your not going to be disappointed . This buffet is located in the Caesar palace close to the main entrance. This casino is very huge because they have 2 valet areas. Main entrance and the Forum shop entrance . Like I said enter the main entrance and head towards the left and you'll see a small water fountain than your right there . Reservations is recommended , if not the trick is eat a light breakfast than no lunch than you can just walk in with no reservations about 4pm it not that crowded yet . It's start getting packed around 5pm without reservations the line is zig zag . Hours are 3:30pm - 10pm . They have snow crab , lobster claw, carving stations, Mexican, Chinese , Japanese, Italian ,Filipino and list goes on. Also their dessert section is to die for most buffets have soft serve ice cream machines. This literally have a ice cream parlor LOL, I've been to many buffet while visiting Las Vegas . So far this my favorite and bring your appetite if you decide to check them out . The price is $79.99 adult and it's well worth it cheaper than Hawaii and way lot more variety and tasty .
Excellent Cassoulet, desserts, seafood, bone marrow Ann's
Excellent Cassoulet, desserts, seafood, bone marrow Ann's the best wags sliders. Must try !
came to bacchanal years ago and was really excited to come
came to bacchanal years ago and was really excited to come back, but this time it wasn't as impressive as I remember. prices have gone up so after tax and tip, it's basically about $100/person. the value is there if you stuff yourself with crab legs and steak, but if you want to try everything else it's underwhelming. there were some things worth getting multiples of like the bone marrow, but in general I don't think I appreciate vegas buffets anymore.service was decent, our waters were almost always full and he came to clear our dishes often. I think the overall quality has just gone down a little too much and it's not worth it anymore. take your $100 to a nice restaurant and enjoy fine dining instead.
Throughout the years, the Bucchanal Buffet has stood the
Throughout the years, the Bucchanal Buffet has stood the test of time. I've been to many of the others . Including Bellagio and Wynn. Although they serve snow crab and no longer offer King crab. You do have a choice of hot or chilled. A wide selection of seafood. The many stations, includes,Mexican Italian, Pizza, Chinese, Dessert, and more. The modern themed ambiance, quality, taste, and price make that Buchanal a must. Enjoy.
Once is enough. Food is ok but service was terrible. You have 90 mins per table which was not bad. However, we felt rushed and left out. We were only asked once and that's it. Server didn't even give us water. My brother got so upset that he had to chase the server for glass of water and she said she would get it but NO! She did not come back! We had to go to waiter's area to ask for it again. We understood that theyre busy but geez atleast check your customers. For the price that we paid, not worth it. Just go somewhere else where you can get a better service that is worth your tip.
The buffet is great here everything is fresh.
The wait staff is nice, cleans the empty plates off the table right away and always ask if you need a refill on your drinks. I know a lot of people ask between this place and the Wynn buffet. We had both. We personally liked this place better. They had a better range of seafood. The meats are fresh and not dried out. They have a better range of foods overall. And you don't have to hunt down staff to refill your drinks! lol The setting and decor is nice and modern.
Great food options and service.
It was busy for brunch but we added to the waitlist and were able to get in within 30 minutes.
Most of the food was average and bland including the
Most of the food was average and bland including the desserts. The Asian food appeared like it had been sitting under the heat lamps forever, too crispy to bite into. Crab Rangoon had almost no filling. Glass noodles were stuck together. The sliders were not cooked in the middle and the prime rib was dry. The steamed crab legs were the best part of the buffet. In my opinion it isn't worth the exorbitant price. Wait staff was friendly. Make a reservation if you don't want to wait a long time.
Last time I was in Vegas made the mistake of not making a
Last time I was in Vegas made the mistake of not making a reservation and it was late. This time I made a reservation and we went fairly early at about 4pm it was no line and we were seated right away. So let me tell you there are all genres of food Mexican , American , Asian , they had seafood varieties. I believe you could get alcohol but I'm not sure. You could get sodas and water as well. I tried all foods but I would say my least favorite was the Asian food it was greasy and oily. The sushi was good but not the noddles or other dishes. My fav was the seafood , I stayed with the snow crab Legs they were so fresh! I also likes the prime rib and the Mexican dishes. Now my fav the dessert! They had cake they had pie they had gelato creme Brûlée brownies cookies all the works. I really enjoyed this buffet ! Glad I got a chance to go
Golden Coral on Steroids
Overall an overpriced buffet with a just so, so offer. Exceptional diversity of sub-par eats. The seafood is exceptionally troubling as the prawns were slimy, with an oder you do not want with any type of seafood especially shellfish. The desert assortment is good, with the gelato a standout. 90 minutes is your dining limit before the seating police start their harassment.Didn’t happen to us, but a young couple next to us were scolded several time for overstaying their welcome. At $90 bucks a pop, you can say you went, but don’t expect anything close to exceptional. It’s Golden Corral on steroids.
Another wonderful meal at Bacchanal and say Hi to Jose!
Honestly, I do not like buffets...but I always go to Bacchanals when visiting Las Vegas. There's a lot of variety at Bacchanal's however I'm there primarily for the steamed crab legs. My new best friend is Jose, who greeted me everytime I went to his station/counter (over 5 times) for towering plates of crab legs. It was the best crab I've had in a long time and well worth the price of the evening buffet. I got there when it opened for dinner and because I have a Caesar's diamond card...I was escorted into the restaurant immediately. I was lucky that there was never a wait or line for the crab this evening. For dessert...it's always a boba (bubble tea) and a crepe.
You get your money’s worth! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Best casino buffet in Vegas! Pro tips: make a reservation and get there 30 mins beforehand. We did the brunch and got there in perfect timing for them to put out crab legs at 1pm, so we only paid for brunch (lower price than dinner) and also got to experience the crab legs! Win win. We also only waited for about 10 minutes to go into buffet since we came earlier in the day versus dinner time. Food is amazing quality, fresh, great tastes from many cultures including Filipino food, Mexican food, sushi, Italian food, and a variety of seafood options. Crab legs were fresh and yummy with the melted butter. They also offer mimosas for the table for an extra charge but they were worth it. Definitely recommend for anyone who wants high quality buffet food and crab in Vegas.
Deliciously Lavish Buffet Experience
We took our family in January and I wrote a review immediately after. Unfortunately when I clicked submit it erased all my gushing praise. Just getting back to it because honestly it was fantastic. Buffets really took a hit after covid so I was nervous to jump back in, but Bacchanel exceeded expectations. You need a reservation. You just do. It operates like a well oiled machine, but to get your full hour you must be ready to wait. We did not wait even one minute. We did brunch and made sure to get the very first available. Ushered right in and everything was hot and fresh. I can see why people don’t think it’s a good value for dinner, but for breakfast and lunch it’s fantastic. Such a wide variety of curated small plates and fresh spins on classics. This is a beautiful buffet with a great modern offering. If you are looking for old school buffets with Texas toast, chicken strips and California rolls…this ain’t it. Our kids loved the Ube drink, the birra tacos and soups. While them having sorbet for breakfast and eating a ton of biscuits might not seem like a good dollar value, they enjoyed walking around and serving themselves. My only downside is that the sushi offering is a tad small and the one hour seemed to go by fast. The staff was very friendly and quick. The kitchen kept everything hot and in Constant rotation. The only reason this isn’t a total 5 star was because of the small sushi offering and I was really hoping for a bottomless mimosa option. Both of which aren’t really deal breakers and I totally get. But that’s my personal preference so it’s pretty much 5! Must get the cinnamon roll bread pudding.
Tasty variety, but expensive.
If you want a Buffett experience, this is a good option. Food is really good - so much variety. Nice seafood. Staff are attentive.
Best Buffet in Las Vegas
It’s been a few years since I’ve been to this buffet, it’s still the best buffet in Las Vegas, but a few things can make it better. The food overall was very good, but some of the lines need to be explained better. The line for initial check-in at the reservation is confusing. I was not sure whether to go directly to podium or get in line. The woman at the podium was a little perturbed when I came to the actual podium, but I saw people go directly to the podium before me and she let them in directly, while other people waited in line. There should be a clear delineation in which line to enter. The seafood section had an extremely long line, which appear to be for the entire seafood section, but it was actually for steamed crabs. I waited over 15 minutes and realized it was for the steam crabs. I did not want steamed crabs, so this wasted 15 minutes of my dinning experience; other than those two confusing lines, the food was good and the service were excellent. The service at the pastry bar was very good and the servers were extremely friendly.
Nice buffet but not worth the high price.
It's nice that you can make a reservation at this buffet as there are a ton of people eating there. Big lines if you don't make a reservation. Ate here a few years back when there were no reservations and you stood in line for long periods of time. The buffet was fine if you like crab legs as that seems to be what most people go for. I was anxious to try the lobster claws but to my disappointment they are cold and were not at all what I was expecting. I ate a couple crab legs which came steamed or cold. Other than that, yes they have a lot of food but we found the Cosmo buffet to be much more to our liking and a lot cheaper. If you haven't been to this buffet by all means check it out, but as for our family we won't be back, we will be at the Cosmo. The Cosmo is also better than the Wynn buffet in our opinion.
Booked online for a table the next day. Turned up and minimal wait for our table. I’d been wanting to go here for a long time and I wasn’t disappointed! So many options! They have seafood, carvery, Mexican, Italian, Korean, desserts And loads more! Everything was beautifully presented and everything we tried was delicious! I wish I could have eaten more! The staff were attentive without being intrusive and kept all areas clean and tidy. I will be back next time I’m in vegas! There is a lot of competition with buffets in vegas but the Bacchanal is definitely up there with the best!
Best buffet in the world
This is the best buffet in the world with the biggest variety. The only negative point is that prices went through the roof.
I highly suggest in making a reservation for this buffet in advance, as it by passes all the walk in customers. Nothing too special about the food, except they touch upon all continents when it comes to the cuisine. I like the portion sizes provided, as to experience this buffet, take a little of everything to try. The seafood buffet was the focal point for everyone. We went right when the buffet opened knowing the food is at its freshest. The service by Gwen and her “partner in crime” was amazing and she and her sidekick were very attentive. The desserts are your typical desserts. Did love the crepe station. I found the quality and quantity on price point. There is only a 90 minute limit for this buffet, so keep this in mind. This buffet did not disappoint my family. When in Vegas, you need to try and experience their buffets.
Quantity over quality - now $80 p.p.
Lots of food, however nothing remarkable quality-wise. Some interesting dishes in the seafood section, it looks like the place is known for its crab legs as most people just pile them on and on in their plates... Most meats were dry, stiff and overcooked, very disappointed on that front. Other: - Be aware that you must be done in 90mn. - I took most of my plates away from my table as service is understaffed - price is $80p.p. whereas most websites still reference $45-to-$50.
$75 per person. Very disappointing. They had snow crab instead of king crab. There was very little sushi. Many of the food items tasted dry or soggy. Tasted like it was sitting out a while. There was a large selection but again not up to Vegas quality.
Went to the buffet for lunch (1pm) and was charged $80 per person. The reason for the high lunch price was due to the snow crabs which were tiny. I cant remember anything i ate that was yummy or even memorable.
Excellent Buffet, best in Las Vegas
We tried the Bacchanal Bufdet on a Saturday at 215pm. I had a reservation for 3pm and they sat us earlier. I had hopped onto the standby line at around 1030am and was 82nd in the virtual lineup and was eventually given a 638pm seating time for my family of 6 (two adults and 4 kids ages 8 to 15). The 215pm seating time gave us a chance to try both brunch and dinner options, which was excellent. We tried the Wynn Buffet the next day for comparison. The Bacchanal Buffet is larger, more stations, slightly higher quality, better presentation of dishes, but more expensive. I thought the value for the dollar of both were good and you got what you paid for. The desserts were colorful and presentation is awesome! They brought out lobster claws, oysters on the half shell and larger cuts of meat for dinner. I would highly recommend this Buffet as an experience! Our family totally enjoyed it.
Much better than The Wynn!
4/5 by Kay R
Recently renovated buffet, lots of food options, most of which was very tasty but a bit overpriced. My favourite buffet still remains to be the wicked spoon in the Cosmo, which is cheaper and better in my opinion. The food was nice but priced at £77.48 each plus the tip isn’t really worth it compared to other buffet locations.
Loved the assortment of food
This review is a little late since I visited in April 2022, better late than never.😁 They have an assortment of food from all different countries, seafood and yummy desserts. It’s pricey but if you want to take advantage of an awesome buffet in Vegas, it’s worth the money to be able to sample the food. Food was fresh & very good. I could complain about price but overall the selection your getting is well worth it imo. Just so you know, We used our Diamond celebration there.
Best Buffet I have ever had, worth the price.
5/5 by max j
We went for Sunday Brunch. Everything was first class. I didn't eat a bad dish and we almost tried them all ! Definite highlights were the Crab Claws and Seafood Broil, The Mexican Pork Stew and tacos (made in front of you), Brisket and the poke bowls. For a buffet to have to make so many dishes and none were bad makes me wonder why we even eat at fine dining restaurants that are hit and miss and cost more ? Servers in our section were fast, courteous and make sure to tip them !!
We go to this buffet ever time we are in Vegas. This year, I found it was so much better than previous times. They seemed to have more seafood, and more small dishes of different foods. Everything was very fresh. I would definitely recommend this buffet.
"Go once to try, but that's it"
This buffet does not really meet the hype that many individuals hear or talk about at least in my opinion. First off we made reservations at 2:30pm on a Sunday afternoon through the OpenTable website. Since the brunch time is between 9am-3pm, my family and I wanted to try the brunch menu items and the price is $64.99 an individual. This is $15 dollars cheaper than dinner price, which is $79.99 and started at 3pm. Well on this particular day, dinner started early because someone (from what we were told by the hostess) wanted to start serving the crab legs earlier, resulting in charging individuals $79.99 despite the time not being 3pm yet. We got there around 2:20pm, so a little early before checkin time. We were disappointed because there were no signs including fine prints notifying people that the price can change at any moment. Since we were celebrating a family member's milestone achievement, we couldn't book an appointment at another fancy cuisine in time as the reservations were filled along with one of their items that they had on the menu would require a few days in advance to be ordered since it takes some time to be cooked. Anyway long story short, we go in and get a table to start our food adventure. Yes this place has a huge amount of food selections ranging from various cultures. Very unique food choices that I never seen before such as duck carne asada, baby octopus with curry sauce and a few others. They also include a wide range of seafood, crab legs (hot or cold), BBQ oysters, shrimp, fish and even mussels. Pretty much the general type of seafood you see at any other buffet, but add a few more rarities to complete the selection that Bacchanal has of seafood. Had a great selection of meats such as prime rib, tri-tip, BBQ brisket, turkey, chicken and even racks of lamb. The main difference between Brunch and Dinner here at the Bacchanal is that there are more section of meat and seafood. They even have bone marrow. I tried majority of the food and it was average. Only the rack of lambs and gelato flavors were the highlights of my meal. I usually don't eat lamb as it can be really rich in flavor and "gamey", but this was different. The meat was very tender and well seasoned, which allowed to have full flavor reducing the "gamey" taste. I had multiple servings because it was so tasteful. The gelato selection had a huge selection to choose from. Maybe had 10-12 various flavors, but the one that stood out the most was the creme brûlée. It had a creamy, yet not very sweet flavor to it. Sometimes creme brûlée can be very sweet, but this was very smooth and subtle. Overall, my experience here at the Bacchanal was alright. The service of workers refilling your beverage of choice and taking away empty plates when finished was great. They were efficient and friendly, checking on you every so often. We went around 2:20pm, so it does get busy, so prepare to wait a few minutes if you have a reservation. Not too sure how long if you don't have a reservation. The value for the money you spend depends on what you eat, but the quality of taste for the food is not really there. With this being said, I will have to say this will be my last time here as it did not meet my expectations for what I heard and researched about.
Waste of Money and Time
Making a reservation and getting seated was efficient and fast. The food was subpar and not worth your $80. McDonald's french fries would satisfy you more. Don't get me wrong, the food looks good...but you put it into your mouth and realize card board tastes better. Save your money for a decent restaurant.
Honestly, this was over hyped.
The food did not live up to its price. They had amazing guac and tacos though. The sushi had too much rice. Giving a three star because the dessert saved it for me. Amazing dessert selections.
Quite e pensive for buffet.
Food is good but one can only eat so much. I would spend 85$ for a nice restaurant .
When I went to this restaurant I would think for the price
When I went to this restaurant I would think for the price that the bathrooms would be clean. I was wrong. Baby diapers and trash everywhere. It smelled horrible. The service was just as bad. I would recommend tipping after the service and not before. Our server took our drink order and did not return with any drinks. I had to reach out to another server and only got one out of the two drinks we ordered. I then had to bug another manager with a different server next to him to get my drink. Then my server walks on by and they stopped her to get my drink. Also they had a hard time finding spoons and their silverware drawer was a nightmare. They touched all over the silverware how nasty is that. This restaurant is not worth the money for the experience received. Would not recommend. By the way we were only a party of three the service sucks and my server had the nerve to sit down at our table to have a chat about what we should order for dessert but couldn't even serve us drinks, that upset me so much. How lazy and unprofessional. I could understand if you gave excellent service but you couldn't even handle 2 drinks. Wow.
My family has been going to Vegas every year for the past
My family has been going to Vegas every year for the past 20 years so we know the Vegas buffets very well. I can honestly say that Bacchanal is top tier and without a doubt our favorite one. Located in Caesars Palace hotel, this is an absolute must if you want to experience an iconic Vegas buffet.They offer a very wide selection of foods of multiple different cuisines. They have everything from freshly blended smoothies to crab legs and fresh seafood, crepes and gelato to savory bone marrow and sushi, and almost everything in between. What makes Bacchanal stand out is that they not only have such a wide variety, but also that everything is truly made well and delicious. Bacchanal also has a wonderful atmosphere. The overall design of the space is newer and more upscale than some of the other buffets we've been to. Every waiter/waitress we've had has been friendly and overall welcoming.Post-covid, their policies have shifted so it's an absolute must to make a reservation or go in person to put your name on the list in advance. OpenTable also allows you to put your name on their waitlist but even then, you still maybe be hours away from the front of the line. If you go at peak hours for a walk-in, it's very likely they will be too busy and unable to seat you. If you find yourself struggling to get a reservation, I would recommend going at an off hour. For example, you can likely walk in without a wait if you go between lunch and dinner from 2-4pm. Even if you find yourself stuck in a long wait, I would recommend to stick it out because Bacchanal is definitely worth it!
This is probably the best buffet I have tried in <a
This is probably the best buffet I have tried in <a href="/redir?url=http%3A%2F%2FVegas.it&s=6d79631cd6e923260a8bf9140bdb3be4eee8dadb6c55b7764712dbaa86439996" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Vegas.it</a> is expensive but worth it. They have every kind of food you can think of. They have breakfast, a meat station, different kinds of corn in the cob, salad, Italian, Mexican, sushi, seafood, Asian food and so much more. It was huge too, multiple different rooms. Drinks are included which I loved. The dessert bar was huge and so delicious. I will definitely be back.
Yes, it's expensive. It's a HUGE buffet with super gourmet options though. We liked almost everything we had. If you're a seafood person, I can see how the price would be justifiable. However, as a non-seafood eater, it wasn't totally worth it for me. I liked that they did mostly small bites, as it let me try a LOT of different items. Nothing I will keep dreaming about, but it was all solid!
Don't waste your money!
Went for Sunday brunch. This was the most chaotic crowded long lines and noisy place. . Had to chase down a waiter twice because they were too busy clearing plates. The prime rib and barbecue beef were dry and left over from the night before. The mussels tasted fishy and the Jonah crab claws were dry. No snow crab or lobster either. Inferior deserts compared to other buffets. Even the Gelato was crystalized . Breakfast items were good and there was an extensive Asian line, but not worth $64!!. Its just another casino buffet.And the Caesars is an old casino.
This is my second time having Bacchanal Buffet and I left a
This is my second time having Bacchanal Buffet and I left a happy camper. First off the place is elegant and you really feel like you're dining in luxury even though it's a buffet. The food stations seem to be endless and every twist and turn offers a new cuisine. Also, out waiter was very attentive and friendly so that is a plus!Favorite items:Thai sweet and spicy shrimpBirria tacosStone crabFried RiceChinese brocolliSalmon poke/sushi rollsLechonGreen juiceUbe mousseVanilla gelattoThings to skip:Siu MaiLoco MocoPepperoni PizzaEnchiladasOverall everything tasted decent and above. I don't think I've tried something where I was very disappointed. I'm glad I've tried some star dishes that really made my experience amazing.