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Video: Caesars Palace Bacchanal Buffet Walkthrough

By Chuckmonster on Thursday, 20th September 2012 12:30pm
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Strap on your video feedbag kids, VT superfriend Minton has dropped a dime and sent us an a dizzying video of the thoroughly unreal offerings at the brand new Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace.

Holy carp! Which is the only thing they don't have on the menu.

Very impressive spread... I'm definitely looking forward to mawing down on this at some point during Vegas Internet Mafia Family Picnic.

Thank you Mitzula for the vid!

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Comments & Discussion:

Oh my! I can't believe they opened just a few days after we left...We can't come back until spring, but I'm looking forward to some mouth-watering reviews in the meantime! Hell, I could get my money's worth on just oysters and shrimp...

Judging by the video shows, it doesn't look gourmet. Just a lot of frozen food and grool that's warmed up. It looks like an updated version of the Rio buffet (that one felt like it stretched back to the strip!!). How disappointing. Then again it's Harrahs err Caesars.

They went the mistaken route of the M Resort buffet and have way too many items that most people will not care for. Instead of concentrating on quality on a few items, they're offering too many items they can't properly attend to.

Welcome to the BacckAnal buffet!

It looks like Bellagio, Wynn, and Cosmo are still the king of buffets, in that order.

This is one of the stops I will be making on my trip but also hitting Wicked Spoon. I think for the sake of my stomach I will hit one Friday then the other on Monday.

Looks like it's worth trying at least once!

I went and yes, the place is fantastic. Massive food options including cucumber juice. This is now one of the places I will visit everytime i am in Vegas.

I was not overly impressed with the place. Perhaps I hit them on a bad day for breakfast and my experience was atypical. The service was spotty (something also noted by Tim & Michelle, but that was more in regards to the cashier) as the server never came by to ask if I needed a refill of my orange juice (They provide you a carafe of coffee if you order coffee.) and about the only time they seem to come around my table was to remove my plates while off getting another round. Maybe I'm too used to the wider selection Wicked Spoon offers since they do brunch instead of breakfast (although there were plenty of non-breakfast foods available on the buffet except for the dessert station, which was mostly breakfast pastries).

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