Bacchanal Buffet

Caesars Palace
Las Vegas, NV | MAP

WHAT TO EAT: French dip slider, tonkotsu ramen, nutella cream puff, and MORE!!
EATER TIP: Take advantage of the variety, there's too much good stuff

A little of this, a little of that — that's the pre-game strategy for any buffet trip. But what do you end up doing? You plop on your favorite mashed potatoes, you get 2 slices of prime rib, and you down an entire bowl of shrimp cocktail. Add a plate of salad, a whole cup of strawberry soft serve, and before you know it... YOU'RE FULL!! You weren't able to try more than half of the options but you tell yourself "it's okay" because you know what everything else tastes like anyways.

When you visit Bacchanal Buffet during your next Vegas trip: PLEASE DO NOT DO THIS!! 

There are too many good things at Bacchanal Buffet to eat too much of just one thing. As delighted as I was after my 2-hour chomp fest at Bacchanal, I still wished I had a third hour (and a third stomach) to fit a few more scrumptious offerings.

I knew I shouldn't have eaten an entire rainbow roll, I KNEW IT!!

Bacchanal does a great job of slowly rolling out different dishes throughout the day so your repeat trips perusing the food selections aren't always the same. In order to ensure you get to experience this, I recommend going around 10:30am (right before breakfast switches to lunch) or 2:30pm (moments before lunch switches to dinner). Double meals, baby!!

Of course timing your entrance into a popular Vegas buffet is as easy as timing your entrance into a popular Vegas night club. To help alleviate this predicament, Bacchanal offers 2 features for your convenience:

1) Input your party info, name, and mobile number at an interactive check-in kiosk just outside the waiting line. Take your confirmation receipt and wait until you are notified via text message to come back to the line. 
 
2) Purchase a $20 line pass to teleport yourself to the front of the queue. Also, for $15-30 upgrade cost, Bacchanal is also available for those who have purchased a "Buffet of Buffets" pass — a highly recommended upgrade for my fellow two-stomached beings.

And now, what you've all been waiting for...

Some of my other favorites that aren't pictured were: crab cake, pork belly with sweet potato purée and crisped kale, and a jasmine rice pudding with coffee jelly and kuromitsu. During my next trip I plan to explore more of the seafood & meats. Stay tuned!!