Peekaboo: Caesars Bacchanal Buffet
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VT reader dshapiro dropped in at Caesars Palace's brand new Bacchanal Buffet and brought back a slew of photos and a coupla thousand calories of nom. It looks as sleek and modern as we predicted... but then again, we saw the architectural diagrams so it wasn't much or a prediction. Anyhoos... strap on the photo proxy feedbag!
The horn of plenty, a cornucopia sealed in fish tank sneeze guard.
The oyster shucking station at the raw bar.
Another seating area.
"Stone crab slaw, ceviche, crab croquettes, 2 types of raw oysters (larger are east coast, small are west coast) huge shrimp cocktail, lobster corn chowder. Seafood was fresh and displayed on ice."
"Eaten piece of manchego cheese, garlic knot, seven types of charcuterie, assorted fresh made sushi. Heirloom tomato and mozzarella salad (center.) There was also parmesan cheese, but did not make it into the photo."
"Basket is fried chicken and sweet potato fries, grape leaf, sticky rice in lotus leaf, pot sticker, shu mai, crystal shrimp dumpling, boneless bbq pork, orange chicken, beef with asparagus, chicken teriyaki on a stick. Right plate has a meatball, pasta with tomato vodka sauce, pesto chicken pasta."
Seafood station - an assortment crab (stone, king, snow) shrimp, clams, mussels, oysters.
The carvery - sausage, ribs, lamb chops, brisket and veal leg.
Italian, pasta, pizza, Mediterranean.
Asian - Chinese, Vietnamese Pho.
Asian - Japanese, sushi.
Thanks again to dshapiro for allowing us to gorge ourselves vicariously through these photos!
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