Bacchanal Buffet Adds Even More Options to its Expansive Menu

July 30, 2015 by  

Bacchanal Buffet Adds Even More Options to its Expansive Menu
Las Vegas’ top buffet, Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, is now offering guests even more opportunities to elevate their buffet experience with the addition of whole market-fresh fish, lobster and caviar to the more than 500 dish deep menu. 

Whole fish options include Norwegian Mackerel for $21.19 per pound, New Zealand Tai Snapper for $26.12 per pound or Golden Pompano for $22.19 per pound and can be grilled or fried. Grilled fish are stuffed with fresh lemons and aromatic herbs, seasoned with fleur de sel and fresh cracked black peppercorn. Guests looking for something more exotic can choose to have their fish fried with tamari soy and yuzu sauce and topped with ginger and scallion.

For guests looking to experience something more decadent, whole poached lobster can be purchased for an additional $150. The meal includes immediate seating and the choice of a glass of Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Rosè or Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Brut.

Whole Lobster at Bacchanal

Whole Lobster at Bacchanal

Sasanian Imperial Caviar can also be purchased at Bacchanal for an additional $150. Guests looking for an extravagant luxurious experience can purchase the Caviar Dreams package, which includes Sasanian Imperial Caviar and accoutrements, one bottle of Dom Perignon and immediate seating. The package is priced at $500 for 2 people or $650 for 4 people.

Guests can also purchase all seafood options tableside should they decide to enhance their Bacchanal Buffet experience after being seated.

Bacchanal Buffet also offers a variety of libations. “All You Care to Drink” packages that include unlimited draft beer, house wine or Wycliff Champagne Mimosas are available all day for $22 and include a Bacchanal souvenir glass. Guests can also choose to purchase individual brews and wines by the glass or bottle beginning at $7. Specialty cocktails are also available for those seeking something more potent. Guests can purchase a selection of Mojitos, Sangrias, Frozen Margaritas, Cosmopolitans, and Spiked Lemonades for $10 per glass or $30 per pitcher. Guests looking for a more savory option can choose to order a glass or pitcher of the Bacchanal Bloody Mary for $10 or $30. Guests can customize their concoctions at the Bloody Mary station located next to the American station.

Since opening in September 2012, Bacchanal Buffet has set a new standard for Las Vegas buffets and continues to redefine the buffet experience by offering more than 500 dishes made-fresh daily by a team of specialized chefs who oversee the preparation of the food in nine open interactive kitchens. Bacchanal Buffet continues to earn a multitude of awards and accolades, including being voted #1 Buffet in Las Vegas by USA Today and most recently, Readers’ Choice Best Buffet by Las Vegas Weekly. Serving an astounding 3,000 – 3,500 guests daily, Bacchanal Buffet has welcomed more than two million visitors, with no signs of slowing down.

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